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support for aws china region and azure china region
csm is proposing Turbonomic to customer MCDONALDS-CN together with seller and tech sales team. customer is satisfied with the POC result against their VMware and K8S environment, wish Turbonomic can support their public cloud providers(Azure China...
Use native AWS memory metrics without renaming so that AWS Users can view Memory Metrics in AWS CloudWatch Resource Health View.
A Business application team requires the use of the AWS CloudWatch Resource Health view. The Resource Health view requires the native AWS metric names which conflicts with the Turbonomic requirement to rename the metrics. Change the way that the T...
OCI support for intelligent scaling and optimization of resources would be very beneficial as customers start to leverage OCI more extensively.
NVIDIA along with several other customers are starting to put more workloads into OCI. NVIDIA specifically has plans to shift a large percentage of their workloads into OCI and would benefit greatly from being able to leverage Turbo's decision mak...
Turbonomic discovery of Tags for a group of Azure subscription
When creating a group with filter applied, for RG (resource group) group & VM group, Tag filter is available, but no for creating a group for account.
We can see tag details shown in the Related Tag Information widget for resource group and V...
Provide a metric that shows actual usage of Azure disk drives along with allocated space.
Azure provides an ability to conduct a dynamic life resizing upward on disk drives, but not decrease in size. All current products and the Azure Portal will only show allocated drive space. We are unable to accurately determine if we over commit o...
Provide user notification of unsupported cloud instance type
As CSPs release new instance types and the customer deploys them to their environment before Turbo has implemented support, notify the user of the unsupported instance types. This will ensure that the user knows that action generation is suppresse...
Clearly identify Cloud vs On-prem specific policy settings to avoid customer confusion
Clearly identify Cloud vs On-prem specific policy settings
Turbonomic is showing both cloud and on-prem policy settings when cloud VMs settings are ignored (cloud VMs settings should not appear to avoid customer confusion)
For customers that have ...
Exclude Citrix provision VMs from Citrix cloud in Azure resource group from the Turbonomic licensing
Azure VDI VMs do not count towards the Turbonomic license since 8.5.2 but Citrix provision VMs from Citrix Cloud in Azure resource group has calculated as of now. So Azure resource group which manages Citrix VDIs should not be counting in Turbonomic
ER to add the number of vCPU as a filter in the "Cloud Instance Type for Scaling under Scaling Constraints/Policies and the filter for "Memory capacity" does not seem to work
What is the desired customer use case?:
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The customer is requesting this ER to add the number of vCPU as a filter when it comes to select "Cloud Instance Types" for Scaling under Scaling Constraints/Policies. Also the filt...
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