We are really excited about our latest release and we know you are too. Here is a sampling of posts from around the web that talk about our release. If you have a post written, please ping me and I can add it to the list. Take a moment and learn 'What's New' in Turbonomic 5.9 and thanks for sharing.
#TFD14 Recap – Turbonomic: New UI, Clouds, and Containers | Pietro Piutti
This article is a follow-up to my TFD14 Turbonomic preview; at that time I knew very little about Turbonomic and that post was a collection of thoughts and impressions I gathered looking at the product from a distance.
VMTurbo growing up and out into Turbonomic | John White
As an early user of VMTurbo now Turbonomic it was great to get an update from the ever-talented duo of Mor Cohen-Tal and Eric Wright in their beautiful Boston office for Tech Field Day 14.
Turbonomic: Adam Smith and App Assurance | Rich Stroffolino
Visualization is becoming increasingly important in enterprise IT. The rise of countless virtual machines, and even more innumerable containers, requires tool beyond just raw numbers.
This was not just another presentation, but a true exploration of the journey that Turbonomic is on along with our growing technology and customer community.
Turbonomic has announced the release of version 5.9 of their Automation Platform. Most of the new features are implemented in their new HTML5 UI, since their Flash-based UI will be deprecated by the end of the year.
Today Turbonomic announced a new release of their autonomic management suite, version 5.9. The new version adds new capabilities, expanding their automated management into hybrid cloud environments, as well as a number of performance enhancements.
The biggest release so far for Turbonomic today. The product has evolved over the past significantly. Turbonomic can now not only optimize your infrastructure On-premises but also Hybrid and Public Cloud.
Turbonomic has always done a great job at monitoring our on-premises environments – ensuring that VMs and services are right sized and running in the most cost efficient way, yet ensuring that performance and SLAs have been met.