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Nike, Silicon Valley Bank, Accenture, Cisco and More to Deliver Customer and Partner Presentations
BOSTON, MA --(Marketwired - March 09, 2016) - VMTurbo, the only application performance control system for the software-defined data center, will be hosting its Second Annual Turbofest Silicon Valley, a day of cloud and virtualization thought leadership discussions. Customers, key partners and industry leaders will engage on the state of the modern data center and future trends in cloud and virtualization. Turbofest Silicon Valley takes place on Wednesday, March 9 at the AWS Loft in San Francisco.
"Turbofest Silicon Valley is our first user group event of 2016, following on the success of our Octurbofest in Boston last fall," says Geeta Sachdev, CMO of VMTurbo. "Our Turbofest events have been invaluable in developing deep dialogue with customers, partners and other industry leaders around the world, and are a major force driving thought leadership and product innovation."
Key business partners and customers speaking at Turbofest Silicon Valley include Nike, Silicon Valley Bank, Mary Washington Healthcare, RedHat OpenShift and Cisco. Participating industry experts will include Denise Glasscock, Principal of OpenStack Technologies at Accenture, discussing real-world OpenStack demand and migration, and Andrew Spyker, Senior Software Engineer at Netflix, presenting on the video streaming giant's success with open source.
Opening and closing remarks will be led by VMTurbo CEO Ben Nye and Founder and President Shmuel Kliger.
VMTurbo's Application Performance Control system is trusted by nearly 1300 enterprises to guarantee Quality of Service for any application while maximizing resource utilization in cloud and virtualized environments, including OpenStack. VMTurbo's patented decision-engine technology dynamically analyzes workload demand and automatically matches it to infrastructure supply, taking into consideration application priority and any business or technical constraint.
The VMTurbo platform first launched in August 2010, and users today include many of the world's leading financial institutions, social and e-commerce sites, carriers and service providers. Leveraging VMTurbo, our customers, including PNC, Travelport and Thomson Reuters, assure that applications get the resources they need to operate reliably, while utilizing their most valuable infrastructure and human resources most efficiently. To learn more, visit vmturbo.com.