Netuitive Studio Fueling Field Integrations of Business and IT Data
October 23, 2012
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Netuitive announced details about new technology integrations resulting from the release of Netuitive 6.0, including Integration Studio, the industry’s first “open” API to a predictive analytics platform for IT allowing organizations to easily create custom integrations that apply Netuitive’s IT analytics to virtually any data source (announced April 30).

Since its release, Netuitive reports that it is developing 10 new custom integrations to industry-leading APM platforms such as Splunk, EMC Celera, Blue Stripe, Nastel, and others. This is in addition to Netuitive’s 30+ existing integrations with leading monitoring tools from leaders such as CA, BMC, HP, IBM, VMware, Microsoft, Compuware, EMC, NetApp, Oracle, and others.

The combination of these integrations allows large enterprises to apply Netuitive’s advanced IT analytics to achieve comprehensive visibility across those data sources.

This open approach to leveraging IT analytics across an entire organization is enabling them to go beyond monitoring silos to understand how IT performance is impacting the business in real-time.

Netuitive 6.0 enables large organizations to monitor and quickly correlate the vast and unmanageable amounts of APM-generated Big Data (e.g., business activity, customer experience, applications, and infrastructure) collected from a growing number of specialized monitoring tools. Leveraging advanced Behavior Learning technology applied to the data collected, it provides meaningful visibility into the health of applications, automatically isolates problems across silos and domains, and delivers proactive notifications of impending performance issues.

“Ultimately, data is the key to success of IT analytics solutions focused on improving visibility into performance of critical applications,” said Will Cappelli, senior analyst, Gartner. “The advent of open IT analytics platforms is well suited for large IT organizations that may be lagging on the IT maturity level but have revenue impacting critical applications demanding proactive management. Open IT analytics is the only way to get the data required to achieve true end-to-end visibility.”

“We are starting to see the power of an open IT analytics architecture applied to proactively managing the performance of critical business applications,” said Nicola Sanna, CEO of Netuitive. “The new, open nature of Netuitive capitalizes on years of experience and more than 30 standard integrations allowing customers to start creating new and customized IT analytics solutions tailored to their APM tools and solution needs.”

In addition to Integration Studio, Netuitive 6.0 features new models for complex, distributed Java applications providing much greater visibility into Java applications, and an improved user interface and new algorithms optimized for APM diagnostics.

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