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IBM AND TURBONOMIC PARTNER TO HELP CUSTOMERS ASSURE APPLICATION PERFORMANCE IN A MULTICLOUD WORLD
New partnership delivers consistent management of cloud-native applications on premises, in the cloud, and at the edge
IBM, the leader in multicloud management (IBM Cloud Pak for Multicloud Management™) and Turbonomic, the leader in Application Resource Management (ARM), today announced a partnership that brings the power of continuous application performance to IBM’s multicloud management solutions. Starting today, IBM clients can leverage the IBM Cloud Pak for Multicloud Management™ with Turbonomic’s AI-driven automation to manage the entire stack of resources that deliver today’s applications. This combined offering ensures the infrastructure resources deliver the best performance while maintaining compliance at the lowest possible cost.
IBM clients can now leverage multicloud management capabilities with Turbonomic’s AI-driven automation to manage the entire stack of resources that deliver today’s applications.
According to IDC, 70% of enterprises will deploy hybrid/multicloud management across their digital infrastructure by 2022. With application architectures becoming increasingly complex and highly elastic, AI-driven resourcing actions now play a critical role in continuously maintaining optimal levels of application performance.
IBM chose Turbonomic ARM because it extends the value of the IBM Cloud Pak for Multicloud Management™ by delivering analytics that derive the exact resourcing actions to take and automate, to maintain a continuous state of application health. Turbonomic patented ARM technology is the only solution that continuously manages the complex tradeoffs between performance, compliance, and cost-effectiveness on premises, in the cloud, and at the edge.
“IBM Multi Cloud Management can move any workload within and across any platform,” said Pratik Gupta, CTO, Hybrid Cloud Management, Chief Architect, IBM Cloud Pak for Multicloud Management. “Turbonomic ARM tells us the workloads to move, where to place them, and whether to increase or decrease the designated resources.”
IBM OpenShift Center of Excellence validated Turbonomic ARM by achieving the following results:
- Increased SLA adherence through continuous and precise application resourcing
- 45% reduction in maintenance by automating scaling, load balancing, capacity planning
- 15% increase in Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF)
- 25% lower Mean Time To Resolution (MTTR)
- 20% reduction in Cloud and Software license cost
- Continuous compliance by enforcing policies when taking automated actions
“We partnered with IBM because of its market leadership in hybrid cloud coupled with Red Hat’s open-source and cloud-native presence,” said, Clinton France, Turbonomic VP Strategic Solutions. “Together with IBM Cloud Pak for Multicloud Management, we are in a unique position to help customers realize maximum agility and elasticity of their traditional, cloud-native, and multicloud applications.”
To learn more, call your IBM sales representative or visit IBM Marketplace/Turbonomic.
Turbonomic Application Resource Management (ARM) continuously assures that applications get precisely the resources needed to ensure performance and lower cost while maintaining policy compliance. Additionally. Turbonomic recently acquired SevOne, the leading provider of network management solutions for optimal network visibility and performance. The combined entities deliver customers better data, analytics, and decisions to more comprehensively and continuously assure application performance to the world’s largest enterprises, service providers and managed service providers. To learn more about Turbonomic, visit turbonomic.com.