ExtraHop Introduces Subscription-Based Pricing for APM
August 20, 2012
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ExtraHop Networks introduced subscription-based pricing options as low as $13 a month per month per host or virtual machine for its EH1000v virtual appliance.

This new pricing makes the ExtraHop system a cost-effective way for organizations to adopt a next-generation APM solution that suits today’s dynamic IT environments.

With the new EH1000v subscription pricing, ExtraHop directly addresses the cost barrier to adopting APM by combining functionality with low total cost of ownership for an enterprise-grade APM product.

The new EH1000v subscription pricing is based on a flat-rate annual subscription cost of $7,428 for a base system in North America. This entry-level offering can support up to 50 hosts or virtual machines with basic customer service support, bringing the cost of APM down to as little as $0.75 per day, per machine.

ExtraHop’s network-based APM solution provides visibility into end-to-end transaction performance. The ExtraHop system auto-discovers and auto-classifies every new device and application, delivering full visibility in as little as 15 minutes and reducing installation and maintenance costs.

“IT organizations cannot afford to waste time and money on legacy approaches to APM that are not suited to today’s complex and dynamic application environments,” said Jesse Rothstein, CEO, ExtraHop Networks. “Our network-based deployment, automatic adaptability to changes in the IT environment, visibility across the end-to-end application delivery chain, and ability to track custom metrics with Application Inspection Triggers (AI Triggers) technology put the ExtraHop system into a new class of APM solutions—one that frees IT organizations to stop managing their monitoring and to start managing performance. Our subscription-based pricing further lowers the barrier as organizations transition to more-agile operations.”

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