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Xangati Delivers First Products

CUPERTINO, Calif. -- Xangati today announced the first rapid problem identification (RPI) appliances, a product family whose precision profiling capability enables network operations in record time — to accurately pinpoint the sources of application and network performance issues across the enterprise. Xangati’s RPI products provide IT with unique views of the application behavior of each and every endpoint, along with the application delivery infrastructure that ties endpoints together. Armed with this information, network operations personnel now can become the first responders to network problems — before end users and applications are adversely affected.

Key features of Xangati RPI products:

  • Auto-discovery of all active IP endpoints and all applications across the LAN and WAN
  • Precision profiling of every endpoint, providing a normalized view of applications produced and used, application performance, typical interactions, and other factors
  • Real-time detection of any atypical endpoint or application behavior, correlated dynamically across symptoms and variables to identify problems at their source
  • Scalable to 100,000 distinct endpoints and applications in a single appliance
  • Non-intrusive, passive deployment requiring no agents or probes

“What makes Xangati different from traditional products is its comprehensive view of how all the endpoints — desktops, servers, storage devices, VoIP phones, video cameras, PDAs — are interacting with each other and with the multiplicity of applications running across our infrastructure,” said Paul Roybal, CIO, Bernalillo County, New Mexico. “Almost right away, my team could see the sources of multiple complex application responsiveness issues, which included a sluggish email server, an intermittent DNS failure, and an endpoint hijacked for spamming. Already our problem identification cycles have shrunk by at least one-third, and trouble tickets are being closed 20 percent faster.”

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