ExtraHop Networks: Real-Time Operational Intelligence Podcast – Episode 184
In episode 184, Douglas Brown interviews Raja Mukerji, President and Co-Founder of ExtraHop Networks. Raja and Douglas discuss the ExtraHop real-time operational intelligence solution, how it works, its benefits, what makes it stand out over the competition, and much more. Raja dives deep in to the problems we face and how and why ExtraHop comes to the rescue.
About ExtraHop Networks
ExtraHop provides the real-time operational intelligence required to make IT more agile and proactive. The world’s best-run IT organizations use ExtraHop to manage more than a half-million devices and monitor billions of transactions daily, including Adobe, Alaska Airlines, Concur, Expedia, and Microsoft.
Winner of numerous innovation awards from Gartner, Interop, and others, the ExtraHop platform auto-discovers and auto-classifies all applications and systems out of the box, providing the correlated, real-time visibility essential for dynamic environments. The ExtraHop platform deploys without agents and delivers value in less than 15 minutes, making it the most cost-effective solution on the market.
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About Raja Mukerji, President, ExtraHop Networks
Raja Mukerji is the President and co-founder of ExtraHop Networks, where he is responsible for Customer Services, Systems Engineering, and Solutions Architecture. Raja ensures customer success, leveraging his background in the financial-services industry.
Raja co-founded ExtraHop after a seven-year tenure at F5 Networks where he was a Senior Software Architect and co-inventor of the TMOS platform. He was one of the lead developers behind the BIG-IP v9 product and the major-accounts liaison for critical issues within Product Development. Prior to F5, Raja worked as a Technology Architect at Strong Capital Management.
Raja is a renowned expert in application delivery and network protocols. He was involved in the FreeBSD project and contributed several enhancements to its TCP stack. Raja holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering.