Keynote Partners with ExtraHop

Michael Vizard


As part of an effort to tightly integrate Web application monitoring and application performance management (APM), Keynote Systems and ExtraHop Networks have formed a technology partnership.

Under terms of the agreement, IT organizations via a single pane of glass will be able to correlate information from both Keynote and ExtraHop to pinpoint the source of an application performance issue.

According to David Karow, senior product manager for Keynote, the alliance with ExtraHop is the latest manifestation of Keynote's Open APM approach to integrating best of breed performance management tools.

ExtraHop Network CEO Jesse Rothstein says the two solutions together will give customers a more structured approach to dealing with incident management issues using a lightweight approach based around the ExtraHop Network appliance that is simple to deploy and doesn't rely on agents that add a lot of overhead to the network.
 



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According to David Karow, senior product manager for Keynote, the alliance with ExtraHop is the latest manifestation of Keynote´┐Żs Open APM approach to integrating best of breed performance management tools. Reply

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