Application Performance Control System Provider, VMTurbo, Launches Hosted Offering in Microsoft Azure Marketplace

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VMTurbo, provider of an application performance control system for the software-defined data center, has announced availability of its core product, VMTurbo Operations Manager, in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. This offering is designed to tighten integration with the Microsoft ecosystem and help enable multi-cloud adoption.

VMTurbo offers two options through the Azure Marketplace: a Bring-Your-Own-License (BYOL) model, and a 1-Year Unlimited License. The 1-Year Unlimited bundle includes licensure for all seven VMTurbo Control Modules on an unlimited number of physical CPU sockets: Application, Network, VDI, Container, Storage, Converged Fabric and Hybrid Cloud Control Modules.

Users may run the VMTurbo software out of Microsoft Azure to control the performance of every cloud availability zone running workloads – private on-premises, in other public clouds or within Microsoft Azure itself.

vmturbo cloud control solutions“The availability of VMTurbo in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace offers customers a new management option for Microsoft’s robust virtualization ecosystem,” said Ben Yemini, Senior Director of Product Marketing, VMTurbo. “It is attractively priced, and customers utilizing VMTurbo in Azure can now better assure the performance of their entire multi-cloud infrastructure for an exceptional value. We believe this is an important step towards enabling greater adoption of multi-cloud technology.”

Interoperation with the Microsoft product ecosystem began in 2013, as a result of VMTurbo customers expressing the desire to migrate from VMware vSphere to Microsoft System Center. Today, the scope has expanded to include Windows Server Hyper-V, System Center Virtual Machine Manager and Microsoft Azure.

After purchasing VMTurbo from the Microsoft Azure Marketplace, VMTurbo will run in Microsoft Azure and target the users’ System Center, vCenter or other virtualization management platform. Microsoft System Center would help customers gain a unified data center management experience with out-of-the-box monitoring, provisioning, configuration, automation, protection and self-service capabilities. VMTurbo complements the System Center ecosystem using its real-time performance control algorithm to continuously and dynamically tune the environment to its desired state of maximum performance and efficiency.