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Turbonomic Introduces Free Cloud Cost Compare
I had a very interesting update yesterday at an online briefing event with Turbonomic.  The team announced a new cloud comparison tool to help answer a common cloud problem.

Does this sound familiar?  Trying to figure out where you should run that new or existing workload?  Want to figure out where it will perform best?  Or do you wonder how much it will cost to run?  

That's where Turbonomic Cloud Cost Compare comes into play.  The company is offering a free service to help organizations and individuals find the right cloud based on the performance needed and the cost you can afford.  Turbonomic Cloud Cost Compare or C^3 takes the details of your application and provides you with real-time decisions of where to run those apps to assure performance while minimizing costs.

Free to use is good, simple to use only makes it better. 

Just profile your app workload and Turbonomic will help provide you with the best cloud and template.

  • Define your application with manual entry (or use auto-discovery)
  • Give your app a name, enter the number of VMs, pick the OS and a few more metrics
  • Hit submit
  • Get results

turbonomic cloud cost 

How does it work?

"The service leverages our Autonomic Platform and its core economic decision engine running in AWS," said Ben Yemini, head of product marketing at Turbonomic.  "C^3 takes both real-time performance and cost considerations into account when making the decisions.  It was built leveraging the expansive REST APIs our platform exposes."

What's more, existing customers who are running Turbonomic in their data center today can already do this function.  The technology already exists in your environment, just waiting to be exposed!

Want to give it a try for free?  Click here.

Published Friday, October 28, 2016 11:15 AM by David Marshall
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