VMTurbo, creator of the only software-driven control platform for the
software-defined enterprise, announced record quarterly earnings in Q2
of 2014. The second quarter was VMTurbo's 16th consecutive
record quarter, achieving 177% year-over-year growth. Additionally,
VMTurbo extended its fabric and storage module control system extensions
to include support for Cisco UCS and EMC VNX, thereby supporting Flexpod
and Vblock market options to drive application assurance and data center
efficiencies, helping advanced customers fundamentally transform and
future-proof their virtualized data centers.
Along with strong revenue growth and product innovation, VMTurbo now
serves more than 1,000 advanced customers such as Salesforce.com, RBC,
Tribune Media, Scripps Health, QVC and Rabobank and has launched an
online social community called, "the
Green Circle", where the World's most sophisticated virtualized data
center customers share ideas, best practices and industry knowledge.
"It's been an exciting year at VMTurbo so far," said CEO Ben Nye. "Our
team is passionate about helping our 1,000+ advanced customers monitor,
automate and control their virtualized data centers to keep them in a
continuously healthy state. We love showing our customers the incredible
value of our control solution. In less than 15 minutes, our customers
realize that defining their environments in software is only a first
step towards realizing the strategic value of virtualization. Next, they
must drive resiliency and efficiency by adding control over their
infrastructure wherever applications need to run. We're proud to be
enabling this shift to Software-Driven Data Center Control."
"VMTurbo has continued the strong growth we saw in 2013 with the biggest
quarter we've ever seen - Q2, 2014," said VMTurbo CFO Mo Garad. "Our
business is performing across all levels, enabling us to grow faster
than any other company in virtualization."
Key metrics thus far for 2014 include:
"To strengthen our leadership position we're announcing support for
OpenStack, building instrumentation for Software-Driven Control into the
OpenStack core," said VMTurbo President and CTO Shmuel Kliger. "This
support of OpenStack furthers the vision for VMTurbo by expanding IT
agility through reducing vendor lock-in and enabling heterogeneous
control to preserve flexibility for the future."
Key technology innovations include:
"What's most gratifying is not only the response we've received from our
advanced customers," said VMTurbo CMO Geeta Sachdev, "but the response
from the larger IT community. The community has begun embracing the idea
that cloud and virtual environments have grown beyond human scale in
size and complexity, and needs a new approach."
Industry accolades include:
What to expect in the second half of 2014 and beyond
"Expect more great things later this year and next as VMTurbo expands
Software-Driven Control further up into the application layer,
delivering control that is not only application-aware, but
application-driven," concluded Kliger. "As well as a new way of
imagining clusters in a Software-Defined world…"
VMTurbo's Software-Driven Control platform enables organizations to
manage cloud and enterprise virtualization environments to assure
application performance while maximizing infrastructure efficiency.
VMTurbo's patented market-based approach dynamically adjusts
configuration, resource allocation and workload placement to meet
service levels and business goals, and is the only technology capable of
closing the loop in IT operation by automating the decision-making
process to maintain an environment in a healthy state.
The VMTurbo platform first launched in August 2010 and since that time
more than 10,000 users worldwide have deployed the platform, including
JP Morgan Chase, Aetna, Colgate-Palmolive and Salesforce.com. Using
VMTurbo, our customers ensure that applications get the resources they
need to operate reliably, while utilizing their most valuable
infrastructure and human resources most efficiently.
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