Turbonomic Extends Support for Kubernetes
August 22, 2018

Turbonomic extended its unique self-managing Kubernetes capabilities with new support for Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS), Microsoft Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), and Pivotal Container Service (PKS).

Turbonomic enables customers to continuously assure performance, maximize elasticity and maintain compliance with business policies across their Kubernetes-as-a-Service (KaaS) offering of choice.

Turbonomic’s AI-powered decision engine ensures containers (Kubernetes “pods”) always have the exact resources needed, at the right time. In addition to EKS and AKS support, Turbonomic also delivers full-stack control in AWS and Microsoft Azure cloud environments by optimizing the underlying compute, storage and database instances. Turbonomic’s workload automation capabilities now enable workloads to be self-managing, anywhere, in real-time spanning on-premises to public cloud environments, and covering workloads of all types - virtual machines, cloud instances and containers.

New KaaS management capabilities enable EKS, AKS, GKE and PKS customers to:

- Ensure optimal container redistribution through automated pod rescheduling in KaaS deployments, assuring the performance of containerized services. When rescheduling pods, Turbonomic also considers container platform compliance policies, including node labels, affinity and anti-affinity.

- Optimize container-resource reservation, requests, and limits in KaaS deployments, ensuring containers have the exact resources needed to perform, while eliminating over-provisioning so that customers never overspend in the cloud.

- Intelligently scale Kubernetes clusters in and out based on real-time demand, assuring application performance while minimizing cost, which allows customers to fully realize the Kubernetes promise of elasticity.

“Kubernetes will continue to fuel the modernization of applications and services,” said Charles Crouchman, CTO at Turbonomic. “Only Turbonomic enables KaaS offerings to self-manage, freeing DevOps and Operators to focus on innovating to drive digital transformation.”

Support for EKS, AKS, GKE and PKS will be available this Fall.

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