Xangati Extends Cloud Service Assurance Analytics and Performance Control to AWS, Azure, Docker
April 18, 2016
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Xangati announced three new data-source compute extensions to its best-in-class service assurance analytics and performance control platform: Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Docker, in which Xangati’s virtual appliance software will correlate real-time data across on-premise virtualization, containers and public clouds to enable self-healing optimization.

Xangati maps infrastructure behavior to autonomic controls across traditional silos in real time and analyzes impacts to app performance, efficiency and delivery to optimize virtualized workloads across any compute platform from private to hybrid cloud.

The extensions for AWS, Azure and Docker are subscription licenses stackable on top of a required license for the core Xangati ESP for Cloud Infrastructure platform. The AWS and Azure Extensions analyze CPU, memory and storage utilization of an organization’s virtual machines and associated objects, and Virtual Private Cloud VMs hosted in AWS or Azure accounts.

In a classic hybrid-cloud infrastructure, any VM can be a Docker container host if the proper credentials to collect data are granted, such as for micro-services that execute one service or app. The Xangati ESP Extension for Docker tracks and correlates metrics for containers and images so that they can be profiled and alerted upon within the overall context of the live, second-by-second, end-to-end visibility and performance control services provided by Xangati.

“In today’s contemporary enterprise hybrid-cloud infrastructure is the reality: bi-modal IT incorporates an organization’s applications and data when they are distributed across multi-tiered environments. While IT operations teams may not control all the siloed assets services run on, they still need to gain granular visibility into the performance of all functional components in order to drive attainment of business outcomes tied to metric-based service levels,” said Atchison Frazer, CMO, Xangati. “Xangati continues to deliver innovative solutions to these challenges with our newest cloud and container capabilities, allowing cloud-virtualization and IT operations managers to bank on the optimal performance of their entire hybrid infrastructure through one management console that automates prescriptive actions and drives greater efficiency.”

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