First of all before going to talk about VMTurbo Operation Manager, VMwareArena Welcomes VMTurbo as a new Sponsor. On Jan 28,2014 -VMTurbo released its new version version of Operation manager which is Operations manager version 4.5. VMTurbo’s Operation manager continuously analyzes the real-time performance, resource capacity, Service level priorities and System constraints across your virtualized environment to determine, implement and adjust resource configurations and workload placements. VMTurbo’s Operations Manager support various virtualization platforms including VMware,Citrix, Microsoft and RedHat.
VMTurbo Operations Manager integrates with Microsoft VMM (SCVMM) which allows you to manage the inventory of Hyper-V hosts and VM’s.
Below are the Few of the New features which are available as part of Operations Manager 4.5
VMTurbo Storage Control Module
Storage Control Module supports advanced features such as NetApp Clustered Data ONTAP (Cluster mode) and FlexPod. This Module helps users to solve their Storage Performance problems, Cost Challenges by enabling the efficient use of storage infrastructure by preventing unnecessary storage provisioning.
VMTurbo Fabric Control Module
Fabric Control Module supports Cisco UCS fabric. which helps to identify the right amount of blades for the current workload in your environment so that, you can provision more or less as needed for your current workload. It helps your to reduce the hardware cost based on workload identified So, blades can be provisioned or decommissioned on demand. This Fabric Control Module also controls the number of Ports on the NICs which allows to provision the correct amount of bandwidth from the fabric interconnect. This Module simply ensures that your workloads get the perfect compute and network resources to get the reliable performance by utilizing the underlying blades and Ports
Apart from the above 2 New Modules, there are many key improvements to Operation Manger foundation features like Supply chain management, ROI Report, Workload summary, lot of reporting and capacity dashboard.
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