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Xangati, Hybrid Clouds & the Ways of the Force

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Xangati, Hybrid Clouds & the Ways of the Force
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Recently, in a Star Wars-inspired article posted on cloudcomputing.sys-con.com, Moshe Kranc wrote the following about the complexities of managing an infrastructure based on the hybrid cloud model:

“If there is a failure at any stage on any of the clouds, you need to understand the impact of that failure on related processes running on other clouds that are part of the same use case.”

Differing from the early virtual infrastructures of the recent past, today’s cloud environments have evolved from their standalone VM hosting predecessors to becoming complex networks of virtualized servers, desktops, applications, networking and storage devices, both on- and off-premises. By now, large IT shops have dropped their apprehensions surrounding “going to the cloud” thanks to help from some of the larger cloud vendors that have embraced the technology and helped it grow. As Moshe puts it, these established vendors form the cloud computing version of the “Galactic Empire” from Star Wars.

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Xangati Xangati is a leading provider of app-aware infrastructure intelligence for enterprises and service providers operating in virtualized data centers and hybrid cloud environments. Over 300 customers among enterprises, government agencies, healthcare organizations, educational systems and cloud providers use Xangati’s solutions to gain unprecedented continuous performance intelligence on their applications, VDI and VI environments. Xangati’s solutions, built on patented technology, proactively track the health of key IT metrics that impact the performance of applications and users, accurately diagnose the cause of any performance bottleneck, and recommend remedial action when a bottleneck is discovered. Organizations like eBay, Comcast, British Gas, Guess, Colliers International, Univita Health, DTCC, Harvard University and the U.S. Army use the Xangati Product Suite with its massively scalable live and continuous recording ability to ensure that their critical applications perform at optimal levels. Xangati is headquartered in Silicon Valley.

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