VMTurbo, the company we all know from their operations management solution, changed their name to Turbonomic. The “VM” part of VMTurbo of course refers to virtual machines, but the world is changing and for an operations management solution it’s important to monitor and manage a broader set of platforms including containers and public clouds.
Our company was founded on the vision of managing any workload, on any infrastructure, anywhere, at anytime. Over the past few years, we’ve delivered a platform that empowers over 1500 customers to deliver better application performance, agility, and efficiency.
Today, our customers are moving beyond VMs to leverage containers and public clouds as they transition from monolithic to cloud-native applications.
We are thrilled to enable this journey for our customers while continuing to stay true to the core vision of the company. Given this transformation, we know there is an opportunity to capture this movement and take customers anywhere they want to go.
We’ve seen such a name change before at VMware, when they rebranded their “vCloud” products to “vRealize” to emphasize that these products are not only to manage VMware based environments.
So, Turbonomic is now positioned as the autonomic platform for any application, any infrastructure, any cloud, offering integrations for a broad range of applications and platforms. For example Amazon, Dell, Microsoft, Nutanix, HPE, VMware and many more are supported. Visit Turbonomic’s website for more information, or just request a free trial.