System Engineer at a financial services firm with 201-500 employees
08 November 20
I only deal with the infrastructure side, so I really couldn't speak to more than load balancing as the most valuable feature for me. It provides specific actions that prevent resource starvation. It always keeps things in perfect balance.
Principal Engineer at a insurance company with 10,001+ employees
02 December 20
It has automated a lot of things. We have saved 30 to 35 percent in human resource time and cost, which is pretty substantial. We don't have a big workforce here, so we have to use all the automation we can get.
One of the most popular comparisons on our site is Turbonomic vs vRealize Operations (vROps).
One user says about Turbonomic, " The biggest value I'm getting out of VMTurbo right now is the complete hands-off management of equalizing the usage in my data center."
Another user says about vROps, "With other products like vRA and Orchestrater, we can actually send that information to an automat...
Windows Server Operations at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
19 June 18
Turbonomic can auto right size disk, memory, and CPU. It will also move vm's based on host resource consumption. This is based on a policy setup by you the end user. Turbonomic reporting is not as good as vRops.
vRops can make suggestions based on policy, but the automation comparison, Turbonomic wins. vRops, however can be integrated with vRA and Orchestrator to setup workflows. vRops has some good reporting tools for analysis and reports can be scheduled.
vRealize Operations is hands-down much better. The main reason is the analytics engine behind vROPS, coupled with the integrations into vRealize Automation (vRA) and vRealize Business for Cloud (vRBC), bring capabilities for cross-cloud management far exceeding those offered by Turbonomic. Turbonomic is solely banking on on-prem, in-datacenter workload placement, whereas vRealize Operations is about overall Intelligent Operations through “Self-Driving” Operational Capabilities.
Of course, I’m heavily biased….. ;-)
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