AppFormix and Intel Optimize Cloud Space – Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 58

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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Sumeet Singh, Founder and CEO of AppFormix, joins us to discuss how AppFormix is optimizing enterprise cloud operations using Intel Resource Director Technology. Sumeet highlights DevOps as a main end-user of AppFormix technology and their desire to deliver low-latency user experience to them. AppFormix has taken advantage of Intel technology for many reasons; Sumeet points out one reason is to provide micro-level visibility and control of shared resources inside of the processor. The ability to monitor and manage cache and memory bandwidth at the processor level with AppFormix and Intel RDT improves application latency by 70 percent, which is extremely important to DevOps. Sumeet notes that everyone wants the cloud and everyone wants it now – AppFormix plans to deliver this request by bringing great minds and companies together.

To find out more go to:
appformix.com/intel

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