Netuitive Joins CA Technologies Technology Partner Program
Predictive Analytics Integration with CA Delivers Big Picture View of IT Performance and Service Assurance
November 09, 2011
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Netuitive, a provider of predictive analytics software for IT, has joined CA Technologies Technology Partner Program and completed an integration with CA Service Operations Insight to provide large enterprises with a big picture view of the performance of their critical applications and IT infrastructure underpinning it.

The integration of Netuitive’s open, predictive IT analytics technology with CA Service Operations Insight provides a powerful analytics platform for business service management (BSM) and application performance monitoring enabling the correlation of large volumes of application data, IT infrastructure and business metrics in physical, virtual and cloud environments.

Netuitive will be exhibiting and showcasing integrations with CA Service Operations Insight, as well as integrations with CA Application Performance Management and CA Infrastructure Management, at CA World in Las Vegas (booth #221), November 13 – 16.

The Netuitive partnership supports CA Technologies’ goal of automating end-to-end management and visibility, including performance of critical applications, in the context of the business service being delivered to end users.

The intelligence provided by Netuitive’s predictive analytics also complements CA Service Operations Insight ability to provide dynamic service modeling and service quality and risk analysis, one of the solutions newest features.

Netuitive’s predictive analytics software, powered by its patented Behavior Learning Engine, analyzes and correlates real-time performance and application data from multiple service assurance data sources, with underlying physical, virtual and cloud infrastructure. This enables the automation of application performance monitoring, analysis, and correlation of millions of performance data metrics consolidating them down to only meaningful alerts in CA Service Operations Insight, allowing customers to detect application and IT anomalies before they cascade into larger problems and outages.

“Netuitive’s Behavior Learning engine and predictive analytics platform is highly complementary for our mutual enterprise customers focused on optimizing service assurance,” said Mike Sargent, GM, Service Assurance, CA Technologies. “By integrating Netuitive with CA Service Operations Insight, we have the intelligence required for comprehensive business service management and application performance management in large heterogeneous enterprises.”

“We look forward to continuing our partnership with CA Technologies with the mutual goal of optimizing performance of mission-critical applications for the world’s largest companies,” said Nicola Sanna, CEO of Netuitive. “Together, we ensure service level visibility and quality of experience for critical applications to protect revenue opportunities, increase end-user productivity, and customer satisfaction.”

Eight of the world’s 10 largest banks are now in production with self-learning predictive IT analytics software to predict degradations and avoid outages for their most critical applications. And while predictive IT analytics has been around for years, allowing enterprises to automate manual and rules based processes for physical environments, it was not until the advent of virtualization where these adaptive, self-learning approaches found their home and are now proving to excel in correlating real-time performance data across large heterogeneous IT environments.

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