Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is a collection of public cloud offerings created and operated by Google. The platform runs on Google hardware and is comprised of several hosted services for compute, storage and application development.
The IBM® Turbonomic® platform continuously matches application demand in real time to all GCP configuration options. It allows you to automate actions confidently, as performance is always put first, as well as scale and reconfigure VMs by analyzing the VM resourcing and billing data. In addition, the IBM Turbonomic platform supports all Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) instances and can “stitch” your GKE clusters to underlying GCP resources.
Virtual machines (EC2 instances)
VM vMemory (if enabled)
VM storage access (IOPS)
VM net throughput
VM I/O throughput
Scale up VM
Scale down VM
Scale up database
Scale down database
Google Cloud Platform integration is one of several public cloud integrations available for the IBM Turbonomic platform. Connect to public cloud tooling to optimize your environment, including reserved instances inventory, with continuously generated actions based on real-time demand.
Optimize your environment, including reserved instances inventory, with continuously generated actions based on real-time demand.
Calculate cloud investments and savings as resourcing actions are prescribed.
Optimize Azure VMs, databases and volumes based on real-time demand with continuously generated actions.
Leverage custom pricing to calculate workload size and reserved instances coverage for your Azure environment.
Calculate cloud investments and savings with greater accuracy.
Use Azure App Service to plan the makeup of your application deployment.