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Visit @VMTurbo at #VMworld 2013 - Booth 611

Going to VMworld 2013 in San Francisco this year?  Make sure to add VMTurbo to your list of booths to check out.

What's on deck for VMTurbo at the show?  They will be showcasing Operations Manager 4.0, just released in June, as well as the new add-on modules for managing back-end storage and managing workloads across private and public clouds.  Make sure to visit them and hear about:

  • VMTurbo Operations Manager 4.0 - addresses the basic virtualized compute, storage, and converged fabric resources out of the box, and supports multiple hypervisors from a single instance. New extensions for storage and hybrid clouds now enable even greater control.
  • Storage Extension -- By extending control actions to the back-end of datastores via its storage resource controller, Operations Manager achieves more granular instrumentation to support better decision-making and control of storage and workloads.
  • Hybrid Cloud Extension -- Provides specific guidance regarding the "what, when and where" of running workloads in private, public, or combined cloud infrastructures, maximizing ROI of in-house resources while optimizing performance of virtual workloads.

Ahead of the show, I asked the company about their plans for VMworld.  They told me:

You should stop by Booth #611 and get a demo firsthand. We're having a bit of fun with our theme this year: "License to Chill." With VMTurbo's solution, IT professionals gain peace of mind since their performance is assured-continuously. They also benefit from fewer incidents to troubleshoot, so they get their valuable free time back and can relax. 

We're also playing off the idea that our solution provides a harmonious balance between service assurance and optimal utilization. To drive that home, we've got a surf simulator where attendees can test their balance.

Sounds like fun!  So make sure to get VMTurbo on your short list and check them out.

Published Tuesday, August 20, 2013 7:12 AM by David Marshall
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