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Turbonomic Appoints Meg Langan as Chief People Officer

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Turbonomic, the leader in application resource management, today announced that Meg Langan has joined as Chief People Officer (CPO), reporting to Ben Nye, CEO. Effective immediately, Ms. Langan will oversee human capital efforts with a focus on creating growth opportunities for employees, developing a new post-COVID work experience, and driving the creation of a more diverse and inclusive workplace.

Prior to joining Turbonomic, Ms. Langan established an interest in developing managers and passion for diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives through a career in investment banking and consulting. Most recently, she served as Chief of Staff to the President of Cowen, where she led an acquisition and integration effort on behalf of the investment banking division and drove a new approach to hiring which focused on improved diversity at all levels.

“We are excited to have Meg join Turbonomic. Her experience in driving diversity in recruiting and her supporting the diverse talent in the workplace will enhance our strong People team,” said Ben Nye. “In June, we signed the ParityPledge®, signifying our commitment to create opportunity for women in leadership positions. In July, we signed the ParityPledge® in Support of People of Color. With Meg’s leadership, we will expand our focus and development opportunities for our existing team and diversifying our hiring at all levels of the organization.”

Ms. Langan added, “I am excited to join Turbonomic. With the recent acquisition of SevOne, Turbonomic delivers customers better data, analytics, and decisions to more comprehensively and continuously assure application performance to its customers and strategic partners. I plan to focus on enabling the talented professionals in both organizations to grow as professionals and recruit a diverse team to complement the great people already at Turbonomic.”

Ms. Langan is the latest addition to Turbonomic’s executive leadership team. Turbonomic recently received recognition as a company and a workplace, including:

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Turbonomic created Application Resource Management (ARM) to assure customers’ application performance by eliminating resource congestion across hybrid and multicloud environments. Today, applications are the business and ARM actively manages the full application stack of logical and physical resources to continually deliver the best end user experience despite changes in application demand. Together with its strategic partners, including Cisco, IBM, Microsoft, and AWS, Turbonomic serves more than 2,500 customers – including thirty-three percent of the Fortune 500. Leveraging AIOps, we believe every application should always get the resources it needs, and users should never have to wait for an application to respond. To learn more, visit