Netuitive Delivers Predictive Analytics for Microsoft Hyper-V
New Integration Enables Management of Multi-Hypervisor Environments
May 24, 2011
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Netuitive announced it has completed an enhanced integration with Microsoft Systems Center Operations Manager (SCOM) that adds Hyper-V monitoring to Netuitive’s predictive analytics software platform for virtualization and application performance management (APM). With this integration, Netuitive provides a single solution for managing the performance of Microsoft Hyper-V and VMware.

Netuitive’s predictive analytics platform, powered by its patented Behavior Learning EngineTM, allows enterprises to synthesize data streams from any monitoring and management source. It uses automated mathematics and statistical analysis to self-learn, forecast and resolve IT issues before they impact quality of service -- without requiring manual rules, scripts or thresholds.

The addition of Microsoft Hyper-V further enhances Netuitive’s unique ability to enable end-to-end management of applications running in virtualized environments. It joins a growing portfolio of IT monitoring and management tools that can be analyzed by the Netuitive platform. This includes solutions from leaders such as VMware, CA, IBM, BMC, HP, NetApp, Oracle, EMC and others to monitor everything from virtual servers, to application or database servers, to end-to-end services.

This technology-agnostic approach provides seamless visibility and highly accurate analysis allowing ultimate flexibility in how enterprises deploy virtualization and APM strategies across their virtualized and cloud environments.

“Organizations shouldn’t have to buy a new management solution as their infrastructure changes and evolves,” said Nicola Sanna, CEO of Netuitive. “Companies are going to standardize on one hypervisor or have a combination of them. Netuitive delivers an open analytics solution that provides service-level management regardless of the underlying infrastructure.”

Netuitive Named Computerworld Honors Laureate

Netuitive also announced that IDG’s Computerworld Honors Program has selected Netuitive’s customer deployment (one of the world’s 10 largest banks) as a 2011 Laureate. The annual award program honors visionary applications of information technology promoting positive social, economic and educational change.

Netuitive was chosen based on its key role in the banks IT initiative involving migration and integration of distributed IT infrastructure into the banks’ virtual data center. Plans call for a private cloud service delivery model involving virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) encompassing more than 100,000 virtual machines powering multiple storage and network platforms.

Central to the solution is Netuitive’s predictive analytics software – an analytics layer that excels in virtualized and cloud environments and provides an end-to-end view of the entire virtual data center architecture.

For more than two decades, The Computerworld Honors Program has acknowledged those individuals and organizations that have used information technology to benefit society. This year's honorees will be presented at the Annual Laureates Medal Ceremony & Gala Awards on June 20, 2011 at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium in Washington, D.C.

“Netuitive is proud to be recognized as a Computerworld Honors Laureate for providing key virtual data center management for one of the world’s largest banks,” said Nicola Sanna, Netuitive CEO. “Only through a math-based, predictive analytics approach can large enterprises gain the visibility required to effectively manage performance of virtualized applications as well as their legacy IT infrastructure.”

Netuitive’s large enterprise customers include eight of the world’s 10 largest banks and several global telecommunications firms that rely on Netuitive to predict degradations and avoid outages for their most critical applications. One global telco reported that it is using Netuitive to analyze more than a million metrics simultaneously allowing it to eliminate 3,480 hours annually in service degradation representing a business savings of $18 million.

Founded by International Data Group (IDG) in 1988, The Computerworld Honors Program is governed by the not-for-profit Computerworld Information Technology Awards Foundation. Computerworld Honors is the longest running global program to honor individuals and organizations that use information technology to promote positive social, economic and educational change. Additional information about the program and a Global Archive of past Laureate case studies and oral histories of Leadership Award recipients can be found at the Computerworld Honors website.

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