Flush with a $7.5m cash infusion back in early May, VMTurbo is taking its economic scheduling engine, inspired by Adam Smith's "invisible hand", to more clouds and more devices. With Operations Manager 4.0, the company is supporting a wider array of hypervisors and cloud controllers, and is branching out to storage arrays and – …
I wonder how fast his hand can move ...
"Think of it as the invisible hand of Adam Smith, finding the right price for a unit of capacity through laws of supply and demand ..."
Don't tell me, let me guess. This invisible hand moves up and down fairly briskly in response to information received over the internet ..
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