Netuitive Announces Flexible Licensing For Multi-Hypervisor Environments
Interchangeable Licensing Across Microsoft Hyper-V, Xen Hypervisor and VMware
September 27, 2010
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Netuitive, which provides the leading analytics platform for private cloud environments, announced an innovative licensing arrangement that significantly increases flexibility for enterprises engaged in virtualization and cloud initiatives.

As part of the new licensing arrangements, customers are able to interchange hypervisor licenses across Hyper-V, Xen and VMware. For customers that are hypervisor agnostic, Netuitive provides seamless visibility and analysis allowing ultimate flexibility in how they deploy performance management strategies across their virtualized and cloud environments.

Netuitive’s analytics platform is based on Behavior Learning technology and is engineered for performance management in virtualized and cloud environments. Netuitive replaces manual, rules-based approaches with statistical analysis and predictive analytics that automatically correlates and “self-learns” the behavior of IT components. It forecasts issues before they impact performance and isolates root cause wherever a problem occurs.

Recently categorized as “transformational” by Gartner, Behavior Learning is being recognized as a key advancement for solving performance and visibility issues connected with virtualization management and the adoption of private cloud solutions.

“Our enterprise customers are committed to deploying virtualization to power their cloud initiatives but are asking for flexibility as they address cross-platform challenges,” says Nicola Sanna, CEO of Netuitive. “Netuitive has responded with an interchangeable licensing strategy that allows them to preserve their investment as their virtualization strategies evolve across platforms.”

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