Intelligent workload management reduces the complexity of managing diverse virtual environments
VMTurbo, the leading provider of intelligent workload management software for cloud and virtualized environments, today announced its support for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.1. By supporting Red Hat’s latest version, VMTurbo provides customers using a broad range of hypervisor platforms with the ability to address the challenges associated ensuring application performance and optimizing resource utilization across a multi-hypervisor environment.
To control costs and ensure flexibility, a growing number of organizations are using a broad set of hypervisors and cloud platforms, including Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, across their virtualized data centers and cloud services. To manage these increasingly diverse virtual and cloud environments companies require a solution that reduces management complexities without compromising service levels. VMTurbo’s solution identifies constraints and automates resource allocation and workload placement decisions to assure performance and maximize utilization. The technology addresses resource contention before problems occur, makes certain that applications have the resources they require, and ensures the infrastructure is utilized in the most efficient way possible.
“VMTurbo and Red Hat and have been working closely together to ensure customers have the ability to effectively manage their virtual environments,” said Chuck Dubuque, senior manager, Product Marketing, Red Hat Virtualization Infrastructure. “VMTurbo is uniquely positioned to support multi-hypervisor environments, including open source platforms used to develop private, public and hybrid clouds. We are extremely excited to have VMTurbo provide our customers with the ability to better control and optimize their virtual environments based on Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.1.”
“Red Hat’s extensive portfolio in open source infrastructure software is a great fit for scale-out virtual data centers and cloud environments, and in particular public clouds,” said Yuri Rabover, co-founder and vice president of product strategy at VMTurbo. “By supporting Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.1 we are furthering our commitment to improving customer satisfaction by driving down costs, productivity losses and the risk of not meeting SLAs.”
VMTurbo Operations Manager currently supports Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.1 and a 30-day trial of VMTurbo Operations Manager is currently available at www.vmturbo.com.
To download a free, fully supported 60-day trial of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.1, visitwww.redhat.com/rhev3.