Another company is joining Openstack: VMTurbo announced today, 25th July, to have joined the project for an open source cloud operating system.
VMTurbo was founded in 2009 and delivers a solution for cloud operation management. Their product is an Intelligent Workload Management and it is used by cloud services providers and enterprises worldwide to manage the collection of data and to control the environment, optimizing the infrastructure on demand
As a new collaborator of the OpenStack project launched two years ago by Rackspace and NASA, VMTurbo provides its intelligent workload management solution to optimize and ensure an efficient utilization of the infrastrucures.
Openstack is becoming rapidly the main open source cloud operating system and it is working to become the industry standard for public and private clouds.
Yuri Rabover, Co-founder and vice president of Product Strategy at VMTurb is committing to fully support OpenStack and to deliver its users an extensive cloud-scale Management:
Cloud computing promises improvements in IT service delivery and greater financial returns, to achieve these goals, organizations need to maximize the investments made in their cloud platform. Collecting data, creating alerts and troubleshooting incidents is just not a feasible method of management at cloud-scale – and it fundamentally threatens quality of service agreements for internal and external stakeholders. VMTurbo simplifies the complex decision-making processes in managing cloud environments by providing IT with proactive, actionable solutions and information – enabling easier scale and cloud adoption for critical IT services. We look forward to working with the OpenStack community to bring our technology to this growing platform.