Company Description: Turbonomic, formerly known as VMTurbo, focuses on “automating workload for hybrid clouds.” The company was originally launched in Boston in 2008 with products focused on virtualization management. According to CrunchBase, it raised $ 117.5 million.
Hybrid cloud management software: Turbonomic’s solution, also known as Turbonomic, optimizes hybrid cloud performance, costs, and compliance with company policies in real-time. It is available in three versions – essential, advanced and top – all can be run on the basis or in the public cloud. The company claims more than 100 companies from the Fortune 500, including Morgan Stanley and ConocoPhilips, using its platform.
Advantages: Forrester puts the Turbonomic average rating in the three major categories it evaluates: 3.27 for the current proposal, 3.00 for the strategy, and 3.00 for the market presence. The company has a perfect 5.00 in cloud optimization, cloud tracking, and road map.
Disadvantages: Turbonomics has the lowest product vision score (1.00), cloud service management and governance (2.10) and supported cloud platform (2.40). “Turbonomics does not provide resources in its portal, nor does it intend to add this feature,” said Forrester. “Customers must add it to the cloud platform or select tools. Third-party orchestra. The result of this. “
Company Description: Headquartered in Newbury, Berkshire, England, Micro Focus offers a wide range of enterprise applications. In 2017, it merged with HPE software, significantly expanding its product line. It is traded on the NYSE under the MFGP and in London under the MCRO. Last year, it reported revenues of $ 1.38 billion.
Hybrid cloud management software: Designed for DevOps groups, the hybrid cloud management solution provides cloud management and management capabilities, self service IT distribution services, service design cloud independence, IT process coordination, distributed and ongoing deployment, and container-based architecture. According to a study cited on its Web site, the solution reduces the time required to meet resource requirements for development by 95 percent and leads to higher productivity than the 59 percent for performing groups.
Users can track end users, web servers, virtual systems, and cloud resources. This platform can extend up to 500 applications.
Users can view relationships between applications and databases using application discovery tools and dependent mapping tools. This information updates when the application changes.
Application manager also allows users to track the response time, view performance of code segments, SQL statements and detect slow transactions.
Advantage: Micro Focus received a median for the current offering (3.01) and strategy (3.00) but ranked very high for the market presence (4.40). It has perfect scores for partner ecosystems, product sales and average transaction size, as well as very high scores (4.50) for its integration and API. According to the report, “Micro Focus hybrid cloud management is not a lightweight product. In fact, it is designed for very complex businesses.”
Disadvantage: The vendor earns the lowest score for cloud optimization (1.00), the commercial model (1.00) and the support service (1.60).