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Status Future consideration
Workspace IBM Turbonomic ARM
Categories Target Support
Created by Guest
Created on Jan 31, 2024

Official support for OCVS(Oracle Cloud VMware Solution)

Now, we are doing PoV for OCVS (Oracle Cloud VMware Solution) in Toyota Systems,
The configuration is exactly the same as IBM Cloud Baremetal(VMware), VMware Cloud on AWS, and Turbonomic can visualize supply chain and do resource optimization, 

including vSAN, by connecting to vCenter. 

It looks like there are no problems at all.

The limited support in this document is fine.


VMWare Managed Cloud (VMC) vCenter considerations:

May be discovered using the vCenter Hypervisor target integration assuming the technical pre-requisites are satisfied.

No VMC service costs or subscription details are discovered.

Cost savings and investments are not shown.

Host suspend actions cannot be executed and require additional action scripts to execute.

VM “Target Name” filter can be used to search and group VMs across multiple VMC SDDC datacenters and clusters sharing the same name.

Migration planning

VMC bare metal host instance types are not discovered.

Users may use Turbonomic HCI Host templates to represent the bare metal instance types to determine the number of VMC instances required to support existing on-premises VM workloads.

Migrate to cloud plans do not support VMC.

Self-managed non-VMC vCenter deployments on bare metal instances are supported like any on-premises vCenter deployment.


Idea priority Medium
  • Guest
    Feb 16, 2024

    NWRDC Data center in Florida is very much interested in Turbonomic but they support Oracle, AWS, Azure, and GCP so it has to work on Oracle Cloud for them to procure this product. This is really important for us since it will opent the doors for other agencies in Florida.