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Quick Demo of Tags and Grouping for Automation Polices in Turbonomic 6.1

Tagging is a phenomenal way to identify your workloads.  This means VMs, containers, cloud instances, and pretty much every single layer of the application and virtualization/cloud stack.  I’m often asked how tagging comes into play with Turbonomic, so here is a really quick demo of how tagging is used to be able to do things like creating dynamic groups, policies …

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Attaching Turbonomic to your AWS Environment

While it’s a seemingly simple task, I wanted to document it quickly and explain one of the very cool things about attaching your Turbonomic instance to AWS.  For the latest release of the TurboStack Cloud Lab giveaway , we wanted to move further up the stack to include the AWS cloud as a target. Even without the TurboStack goodies, you can …

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Deploying a Turbonomic Control Instance on a VirtualBox Lab

The lab is an ideal way to kick the tires on new ways to do things.  This means that you may want to use the same platforms that you use in your data center right in your local environment.  Recently, I wanted to test out a lot of the integration that Turbonomic has with CloudFoundry and AWS, but I didn’t …

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Tech Field Day VFD3 – Turbonomic – turbo charging your IT operations

It’s time for us to wind down the week here at Tech Field Day: Virtualization Field Day 3. Having Turbonomic be our closer for the event was a great, invigorating way to excite the delegates and viewers. Turbonomic has an interesting story in how they are attacking the issues within IT operations, so here is a little bit that I …