Xangati Verified as Citrix Ready
May 12, 2015
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Xangati's live, continuous, second-by-second analytics engine has been verified as Citrix Ready to extend deep root cause insights and performance metrics visibility to Citrix cloud analytics by adding XenServer hypervisor support.

Citrix XenServer has been adopted by more than half of the current XenDesktop deployments for virtual infrastructure environments. Also, the Xen Project hypervisor, that is the heart of XenServer, powers well over 80 percent of public clouds and hosting providers today, including the Amazon Web Services platform, and key XenServer service provider customers such as Rackspace, 1&1 Internet, IBM SoftLayer and Korea Telecom.

Xangati, a Citrix Ready Partner, is adding XenServer to its Citrix analytics support with deep insights captured for XenDesktop, XenApp and NetScaler to provide a performance monitoring solution for organizations looking to deploy Citrix virtualization and hybrid cloud solutions in heterogeneous IT environments.

Xangati runs as a XenServer guest virtual machine providing 300 times the granularity of performance metrics available from agent-based competitor solutions, delivering a service assurance analytics framework for virtual infrastructures:

- Performance Problem Triage: Performance problem tracking, analysis and remediation using deep analytics that correlate contention issues cross-silo

- Performance Problem Prevention: Capacity analytics that are tied to performance analytics so that end-user experience becomes more predictive

- Performance and Efficiency Monitoring: Real-time, streaming data with unprecedented speed and end-to-end to scale, from app to VM

Aimee Catalano, VP of Alliance Marketing at Citrix said: “Citrix Ready makes it easier for customers to select the most suitable virtualization infrastructure products for their specific needs. By taking part in our program, Xangati has enabled its customers to obtain the highest quality user experience available today, and the simplest means for making an informed product purchasing selection.”

“The drive to run multiple applications across a converged infrastructure in a more dynamic, software-defined datacenter and virtual workplace brings tangible customer benefits but also unpredictable performance problems and shared resource inefficiency challenges,” said Atchison Frazer, VP of Marketing, Xangati. “Xangati, with deep analysis and contention-storm visibility into XenServer and Citrix applications, helps reduce performance risk and save administrative time by transcending traditional infrastructure monitoring solutions that are silo-specific and application unaware, and app performance tools that lack visibility to infrastructure.”

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