Netuitive Delivers Self-Learning Predictive Analytics for EMC Celerra
Enterprise NAS Storage Solution Integrates with Netuitive
September 13, 2011
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Netuitive has completed an integration with EMC Celerra network attached storage (NAS) platform for virtualization.

EMC Celerra’s ease of use, advanced functionality, and no-compromise availability can now be monitored and managed via Netuitive’s end-to-end predictive analytics platform for virtualization and cloud management powered by Behavior Learning technology.

Categorized by Gartner as “transformational,” Behavior Learning technology enables holistic visibility required for application and performance management across platforms in large, highly dynamic virtualized environments.

EMC joins Netuitive’s growing portfolio of IT monitoring and management tools that have been integrated with the Netuitive platform. This includes solutions from leaders such as VMware, BMC, Microsoft, CA, IBM, Compuware, HP, Tivoli, Infovista, NetApp, NetIQ, Oracle, TeamQuest, and others.

Netuitive replaces manual, rules-based approaches with statistical analysis that automatically correlates and self-learns the operational behavior of an entire IT environment. It allows enterprises to plug in and synthesize data streams from virtually any monitoring and management source through Netuitive’s patented Behavior Learning EngineTM in real-time. All data is collected and normalized in Netuitive’s integration hub, analyzed by Netuitive’s predictive analytics software, with actionable outputs delivered based on the analysis. This includes forecasting issues before they impact performance and isolating root cause wherever a problem occurs to boost overall system performance.

“Netuitive is focused on providing the industry’s most comprehensive and accurate predictive analytics platform for application performance and cloud management,” says Nicola Sanna, CEO of Netuitive. “By integrating EMC’s NAS platform, our joint customers now have much improved visibility and a simple, integrated experience for managing virtualization and cloud infrastructure from end-to-end.”

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