VMTurbo 5.0 – Improved User Experience on Your Path to the Desired State
by Ben Yemini November 26th, 2014
As we mentioned in an earlier post one of the key improvements in our latest release is an updated user experience and user interface (UI). With VMTurbo Operations Manager 5.0 we’ve made it easier to seamlessly define the best views … READ MORE
Virtualization Policies: Do you know what to look for?
by Yuri Rabover November 24th, 2014
Some time ago we discussed the effects of diversity and heterogeneity on network and storage management disciplines. With greater hardware diversity and rapid commoditization of the bottom of the supply chain, data center operators try to find common ways to provide reliable … READ MORE
Storage Latency: Is fast storage really faster?
by Matt Ray November 20th, 2014
I have an idea… Faster storage isn’t always faster. Before you disagree let me explain. There are a lot of different factors that go into the “speed” of your storage. The first thing you have to do is define speed. … READ MORE
Canon Achieves Datacenter Automation and Increases Virtualization by Over 60%
by Catherine Kellogg November 19th, 2014
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, datacenter automation is the way of the future. That being said, we understand that it is a daunting step to take. One of our brave customers, and a leading provider of … READ MORE
OpenSky Webinar Excerpt – The Role of VMTurbo in Don McKeith’s Orchestration Framework
by Chris Graham November 18th, 2014
Hear how Don McKeith of OpenSky Corp. developed an enterprise orchestration framework for his Fortune 50 International Health Insurer Client – enabling the client to scale from 1,500 VDI seats to over 25,000 seats in less than four years. McKeith’s … READ MORE
Network Management: How Big Should Your Network Box Be?
by Yuri Rabover November 17th, 2014
A while back we discussed the dangers of working inside a box, when a particular management discipline (e.g network management) dominates other decisions and prevents you from solving the real problem of assuring application performance. It is not co-incidental that networking … READ MORE
VMTurbo Release 5.0 – Extending Control in the Software Defined Universe
by Ben Yemini November 12th, 2014
Earlier this week we launched the most extensive release in VMTurbo’s history further enabling our customers to define and drive their environment toward the desired state, where application performance is assured while maximizing efficiency. As Shmuel Kliger, our founder and … READ MORE
Virtualized Applications: I am Talking to You!
by Yuri Rabover November 12th, 2014
In an earlier post we discussed some of the challenges in minimizing latencies between frequently communicating virtualized applications. On the one hand they need to stay closer to each other to avoid expensive trips over several hops of congested network devices. On the … READ MORE
The Bane of the Software-Defined Universe: Software-Defined Latency
by Shmuel Kliger November 11th, 2014
The Bane of the Software-Defined Universe: Software-Defined Latency Software-defined storage. SDN. Private Cloud. Converged Infrastructure. Public Cloud. VDI. Hybrid Cloud. Containers. CloudOS. It seems that the entire universe is pivoting away from hardware to be defined in software. I’ve been … READ MORE
Continued Journey to the Private Cloud
by Ben Yemini November 7th, 2014
In an earlier blog post I described some of the challenges we see data center operations teams try to overcome by setting up constraints in their private cloud environment. I also described how we can help you overcome these challenges … READ MORE