Optune Continuous Optimization AI is the quickest, easiest way to make your cloud applications run faster and more efficiently.
Optune learns how your application performs and automatically optimizes your cloud infrastructure any time a change is made. Changes such as releasing new code, new instance types from your cloud provider, or heavier user traffic will trigger Optune to adjust. Optune cloud optimization continuously works to meet your key performance metrics bound by your Service Level Objectives.
Optune is AI for Continuous Performance Optimization of cloud applications that works on AWS, Azure and the Google Cloud Platform. It reduces latency, increases throughput and controls cloud runtime costs automatically:
- Latency: Reduce application latency up to 50% without changing your code to maximize user satisfaction, reduce churn and boost revenue.
- Throughput: Double bandwidth or requests served with the same number of machine instances to accommodate a growing user base.
- Cost: Control runtime cost while maintaining or increasing performance of your application to improve margins and the bottom line.
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