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The automation and orchestration components are definitely the best part, as you can tell it what it can do and when, and just let it be.
We like that Turbonomic shows application metrics and estimates the impact of taking a suggested action. It provides us a map of resource utilization as part of its recommendation. We evaluate and compare that to what we think would be appropriate from a human perspective to that what Turbonomic is doing, then take the best action going forward.
The solution is good for cloud cost management.
The thing that CloudHealth does well is billing. It does really well on the billing part.
We don't actually use the Azure Cost Management features. We have our own capabilities. We put our own technology on top of Azure as Azure doesn't deliver a really good cost optimization, so our customers come to us to enhance what they're potentially doing inside their Azure platform.
The flexibility is the product's most valuable feature.
The most valuable feature is the metering capability.
The initial setup is straightforward.
It will automatically suggest areas for optimization.
The pricing isn't too expensive.
Transparency and visibility are the key features.
All of the reporting features are very good, as they allow us to track monthly expenses and send relevant emails.
The stability and scalability are good.
The Control Console is an incredible way to give a quick view of current capacity utilization allowing technical people to drill down quickly and allowing business/management people to get a quick overview of the environment.
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