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Control new Cloud Instance Types on Existing Custom Policies
Currently when new Cloud Instance Types are released by cloud providers, our custom policies that have scaling constraints for Cloud Instance Types automatically select these new family types. We recently had an issue where GCP released a new ARM ...
Provide a means of identifying/managing policies with no/empty scope groups
As a user I would like the ability to identify policies that no longer have a scope group associated or groups that no longer have any members, so that I can ensure my automation is being enforced correctly as well as reduce "clutter".
Today, Turbo imports DRS affinity and anti-affinity rules. These rules help customers keep VMs together, apart, or only on certain hosts. Some customers (Facebook, NBC) use DRS's Virtual Machine Options to override DRS automation. This settings ar...
expanded options for aggressiveness, rate of resize and observation period
Currently, Virtual machine aggressiveness, rate of resize, and observation period are set for all types of actions CPU, Memory, Up, and Down. There is no way to have these configured differently for each type of action.
So at the moment, VM will s...
Allow for successful VM Move actions when resource pool doesn't exist in destination cluster
When creating superclusters, Cluster A has a Resource Pool named ResourcePoolA and ClusterB has a Resource Pool only by the name of ResourcePoolB. Turbonomic will generate move actions from hosts in ClusterA to hosts in ClusterB, and those move ac...
Move enable/disable disruptive actions from Policy wide to action type
The option to enable/disable disruptive actions policy-wide is very restrictive. Most downscale actions are disruptive, but most upscale actions can be non-disruptive. In the current implementation, only a group of VM can be marked with this setti...
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