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When creating a volume scaling policy I want to be able to easily select groups for the policies in the same way as the VM policies work.
Currently I have to use a regex expression to include all the groups that the policy applies to. This is highly inconvenient as every time I want to add a new group to the policy I have to construct a new regex expression.
We have a password that changes and it takes a number of days to reset. In the time it takes update the password the targets try too many times and locks the new password. If we can pause the discovery of the target with a pause button this would ...
Dollar value for on-prem scaling - just like Cloud. Each action has a saving/cost to it.
The customer would like Turbo to put a price tag on each action. They want to be able to tell how much adding vMem or vCPU or a combo. to a VMware VM costs. The customer is aware that it depends on a bunch of things (cost/hr of host, cost/hr of da...
Azure Services like Databricks, or AKS that create VMs should appear as a property in those VM entities.
With these properties being visible, Customer can create policies to exclude from policies VMs that are being managed by Azure Services. Customer can create UNPARKABLE collections based on Azure Services. Right now with 1000s of VMs, there is too ...
Ability to set a Maximum Utilization Constraint for nodes in OCP/K8s clusters
As a customer, I need to be able to set a maximum utilization I don't want to pass for nodes, regarding the sum of all requests of all pods running there. Use case is: for production environment, I want to be sure to have enough capacity to retrie...
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...
Ignoring a proposed action for a certain period of time (hiding it from the Pending Action list for that period).
Turbonomic can generate many actions, but sometimes you may want to ignore a proposed action for a certain period of time after understanding its content. In such cases, it would be useful for operations if you could check the relevant action and ...
Extend Turbo's parking/suspending capabilities to on-premises VMs
Extend Turbo's parking/suspending functionality to VMs in vmware/hyper-v enviornments. For all the same reasons Turbo supports parking VMs in the cloud, Turbo should extend this functionality to on-prem workloads. By turning off idle resources, Tu...
Itau Bank is one of the largest retail bank in Latin America is requesting to include in the Turbonomic roadmap the support for ECS (EC2 and Faragate). Itau is a heavy user of ECS environment. Environment : Primary Cloud: AWS - ~5000 AWS Accounts ...
Gamify Savings in Turbonomic to encourage competition.
Some of the biggest hurdles in achieving efficiency savings in Turbonomic is competing priorities. Some of the successes at companies to achieve Turbo driven savings, is to create a competitive game between departments and/or app teams on savings....
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