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2,826 Customers Surveyed

22,761 Data Points Collected

207 Published TechFacts

53 Published Charts

256 Published Case Studies



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See Value Quickly

How soon after the deployment of Turbonomic did you see value?

Within 1 to 3 days: 24%
Within 1 to 3 weeks: 38%
Within 1 to 3 months: 27%
Within 3 to 6 months: 8%
Within 6 months or more: 4%

Turbonomic Customer Satisfaction Rating

A CTO of a medium enterprise metals & mining company would be very likely to recommend Turbonomic for this reason:

Turbonomic has allowed us to reduce our host footprint by 30%.

SLAs Will Become More Prevalent and Specific

How do you anticipate SLAs evolving in your organization over the next 3-5 years?

Will have more SLAs: 44%
Will have fewer SLAs: 2%
More stringent performance penalties: 7%
More granular definition of performance (e.g. application specific): 42%
Other: 5%

Turbonomic Case Study

Large Enterprise Transportation Services Company

Introduction

This case study of a large enterprise transportation services company is based on an August 2016 survey of Turbonomic customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service. The profiled company asked to have their name blinded to protect their confidentiality.

Challenges

The business challenges that led the profiled company to evaluate and ultimately select Turbonomic:

  • Solved the following challenges with Turbonomic:
    • Labor-intensive operational tasks
    • Underutilized infrastructure
    • Performance for workloads sharing common infrastructure
    • Accurate capacity planning
    • Proper initial and continuous placement of new workloads

Use Case

The key features and functionalities of Turbonomic that the surveyed company uses:

  • Has 500 to 999 virtual machines in their environment.
  • Manages greater than 80% of their virtualized production systems using Turbonomic.
  • Automates the following actions using Turbonomic:
    • Move (e.g. vMotion, Live Migration)
    • Storage Move (e.g. Storage vMotion)
  • Improved performance for the following applications with Turbonomic:
    • Java management platforms (e.g. Tomcat, JBoss, WebSphere)
    • Databases (e.g. Oracle, SQL, MySQL)
    • Virtual desktops

Results

The surveyed company achieved the following results with Turbonomic:

  • Realized value within 1 to 3 weeks after the deployment of Turbonomic.
  • Used Turbonomic to impact the following IT initiatives:
    • Achieved better densities on hosts
    • Enabled growth without additional infrastructure spend
    • Improved accuracy in planning for and implementing changes
  • Improved in the following areas since deploying Turbonomic:
    • The improvement in VM performance: 20% to 39%
    • IT team productivity: less than 20%
    • Resource utilization: 40% to 59%
  • Decreased the following since deploying Turbonomic:
    • Monitoring alerts: 40% to 59%
    • False positive alerts: 40% to 59%
    • User generated tickets: 40% to 59%
    • Time to resolve tickets: 40% to 59%

Case Study: Moran Towing Corporation

Introduction

This case study of Moran Towing Corporation is based on a August 2015 survey of Turbonomic customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“We constantly struggle with the amount of resources allocated to each server. Vendor and App teams always want to over allocate for resources. This is a way for the server team to reclaim resources that are not needed on each server. It also can speed up a server if the CPU is over or under utilized. Turbonomic has been extremely reliable and the customer support/training has been outstanding. I am very happy with the product.”

Challenges

  • Solved the following challenges with Turbonomic:
    • Underutilized infrastructure
    • Performance for independent workloads sharing common infrastructure
    • Challenges with accurate capacity planning
    • Checks and balances between departments when resources have been taken away.

Use Case

  • Virtual machines in their current environment: Fewer than 500
  • Currently has > 80% of their production systems virtualized in their environment.
  • Automated actions with Turbonomic:
    • Storage Move (e.g. Storage vMotion)
    • Start

Results

  • Realized value within 1 to 3 weeks after deploying Turbonomic.
  • Used Turbonomic to complement VMware or another hypervisor management suite resulting in:
    • Reduced the time spent reviewing data to make decisions
    • Reduced number of alerts we receive
    • Reduced number of service tickets/incidents
    • Achieved better densities on hosts
    • Improved accuracy in planning for and implementing changes
    • Freed more skilled staff to focus on other priorities
  • Increased the following since deploying Turbonomic:
    • Virtual workload performance: 40 to 59%
    • VM team productivity: 20 to 39%
    • Resource utilization: 20 to 39%
  • Decreased since deploying Turbonomic:
    • Monitoring alerts : 20 to 39%
    • False positive alerts: 40 to 59%
    • User generated tickets: less than 20%
    • Time to resolve issues: less than 20%

Turbonomic Customer Statistic

Enhancing FiServ IT Offerings

88% of surveyed financial services organizations improved VM performance by 20% to 39% or more since deploying Turbonomic.

88%


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About Turbonomic

Turbonomic is a control system that ensures application performance while maximizing resource utilization in virtualized and cloud infrastructures. Rather than simply collecting metrics about the environment and alerting IT Operations when something goes awry, it continually tunes workload placement and resource configuration to achieve a perpetually healthy or “desired” state. Turbonomic automates decision-making (and the recommended actions, if enabled), reducing capital and operational costs, and the risk of service interruptions.

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