Turbonomic, an inaugural member of the new AppDynamics Integration Partner Program (IPP), today announced that it is extending its collaboration with AppDynamics to now include joint sales, marketing and support. Turbonomic’s industry-leading Application Resource Management (ARM) solution, when integrated with the AppDynamics Application Performance Management (APM) solution, enables enterprise customers to achieve fully-automated application performance assurance an approach trusted by the world’s largest companies running the most complex and dynamic applications. Read more about how the new IPP Program benefits customers in the related AppDynamics blog and Turbonomic blog.
As a long-time AppDynamics technology partner, Turbonomic extends the visibility, insight, and action of AppDynamics to dynamically resource applications, thereby sustaining customers’ target end-user response times. In doing so, Turbonomic bridges all infrastructure tiers and application teams, breaking down silos which are widening as customers embrace a new generation of cloud native applications distributed across multicloud environments. The companies will demonstrate their combined value at Cisco Live US from June 9-13, 2019 in San Diego, California. Visit Turbonomic at booth #3215 and the AppDynamics Business Insights Village to learn more.
According to Gartner, by 2023, 40% of I&O teams will use AI-augmented automation in large enterprises, resulting in higher IT productivity with greater agility and scalability.1
On APM market trends and customer adoption, Stephen Elliot, VP of Management Software and DevOps at IDC, said: “AI-powered automation and AIOps are core to enabling digital transformation and meeting the future requirements of multicloud. Changes in application development requires thinking in real-time we’re talking seconds versus minutes. Elastic, multicloud environments require analytics designed to scale with applications, while providing real-time responsiveness.”
One of the world’s largest banks is a Turbonomic and AppDynamics customer. The bank uses AppDynamics to measure application response time and pinpoint the most constrained resources. Turbonomic automatically identifies and executes the exact right actions at the right time to eliminate resource congestion across all tiers in the application stack that could impact response time.
“Performance degradation is not an option in today’s digital age and abandonment rates confirm this,” said Brian Paul, head of ecosystem strategy and development, AppDynamics. “With increasingly complex application environments and the acceleration of hybrid and multi-cloud architectures, now more than ever, businesses need cross-domain visibility, insights and automation to ensure their applications are performing optimally and delivering an exceptional customer experience. The unique alignment between AppDynamics and Turbonomic enables a proactive approach to neutralize the complexities of cloud management through full stack automation powered by an application centric decision framework that makes on-demand resourcing of applications possible and ultimately delivers a seamless experience for the user.”
“Historically, IT has separate teams who either monitor applications or resources. While both teams have a shared goal of assuring application performance and should be closely collaborating, the complexity of multicloud, containers and more are driving them apart. Turbonomic Application Resource Management uniquely brings these teams together in the manner in which they were always intended and needed to align,” said Tom Murphy, Chief Marketing Officer at Turbonomic.
Join the upcoming webinar,“AIOps: The Next Trend in Application Performance Assurance,” on June 19, 2019 at 11 AM ET to learn more.
1. Gartner, Predicts 2019: Artificial Intelligence Core Technologies; Published November 29, 2018; ID G00375468
Turbonomic Application Resource Management (turbonomic.com) continuously assures that applications get precisely the resources needed to ensure performance and lower cost while maintaining policy compliance. Privately held, Boston-based Turbonomic is one of the fastest-growing software companies, backed by leading venture firms including Bain Capital Ventures, General Atlantic, Globespan Capital Partners, Highland Capital Partners and Iconiq Capital.