Extrahop Networks Releases Free ExtraHop Discovery Edition and Updated Virtual Appliance
October 01, 2012
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ExtraHop Networks announced the availability of both the ExtraHop Discovery Edition, a new 60-day, free trial version of its award-winning ExtraHop Application Delivery Assurance system, and the EH2000v, a more powerful version of its EH1000v virtual appliance.

The ExtraHop Discovery Edition disrupts the APM status quo by enabling IT teams to easily explore the benefits of network-based APM.

The ExtraHop Discovery Edition enables IT professionals to easily try an alternative by downloading a free, 60-day trial. With the ExtraHop Discovery Edition, IT Operations teams can:

- Auto-discover all applications and physical and virtual devices, including VMware hosts

- View real-time correlated network, web, application, database, and storage performance

- Identify errors and performance degradations for each tier in the application delivery chain

- Check for indicators of virtual packet loss

The EH2000v supports enterprises’ increasingly virtualized and distributed IT environments and is the most scalable virtual APM appliance available on the market, providing up to a sustained 3Gbps throughput capacity and support for over 1,000 hosts or VMs.

Additionally, ExtraHop’s new APM subscription-based pricing makes next-generation APM more accessible, with prices as low as $0.75 per day, per machine.

“Legacy APM tools have worn out their welcome in today’s enterprise IT organizations. IT teams need new and better solutions to manage highly virtualized and distributed applications,” said Jesse Rothstein, CEO, ExtraHop Networks. “The ExtraHop Discovery Edition makes it easy for IT teams to try and buy the APM technology they need. Within 15 minutes of installing the free download, IT professionals gain real-time visibility across the network, web, database, and storage tiers. This correlated, cross-tier visibility helps IT teams diagnose and isolate interrelated performance issues that they could not resolve with traditional monitoring tools.”

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