IBM PowerVM integration
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How it works

The integration between IBM® Turbonomic® and IBM® Power® Systems brings AI to the resourcing and management of IBM Power. Real time and trend analysis of utilization on logical partitions (LPARs) and Power Systems generates actions to assure applications have the required processing power to satisfy the needs of the end users and business processes relying on them. 

Data discovered


  • Virtual machine (VM)
  • Host
  • Data center (skeleton entity used to complete topology – there is one data center for each PowerVM target)


  • Processing units (PU)
  • Virtual processors (VP)
  • Energy 
  • Carbon footprint 
  • Power
  • Memory (Mem)

Actions generated

  • Resize processing units 
  • Resize virtual processor 
  • Memory 

*Turbonomic does not support native execution of resize VP actions, but actions can be executed using external automation platforms through action orchestration workflows such as Webhooks.

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