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Company Overview of ExtraHop Networks, Inc.
ExtraHop Networks, Inc. develops real-time wire data analytics platform for application and infrastructure monitoring. The company offers ExtraHop platform that accelerates IT transformation with real-time IT operations analytics by equipping IT organizations with the operational intelligence to proactively identify and fix problems; collaborate across teams; and support migrations, tuning, upgrades, compliance audits, and IT initiatives. Its solutions include a range of appliances, such as application and infrastructure monitoring solutions that scale to demanding enterprise environments. The company also offers support plans, professional services, remote analysis reports, training, a cust...
520 Pike Street
Seattle, WA 98101
Founded in 2007
Key Executives for ExtraHop Networks, Inc.
Co-Founder, Chairman of the Board and Chief Technology Officer
Co-Founder, Chief Customer Officer, Head of Engineering Services and Member of Board of Directors
Chief Information Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
ExtraHop Networks, Inc. Key Developments
ExtraHop Announces General Availability of ExtraHop 6.0
Sep 15 16
ExtraHop announced the general availability of ExtraHop 6.0. With this release, the company delivers the industry's first top-down workflow that enables IT teams to go from real-time performance metrics for application, security, network, and business services to associated packets in five clicks or less. This streamlined workflow transforms the network from a commoditized transport function into the richest source of real-time insight. The new capabilities give customers comprehensive visibility into end-users' digital experiences, including direct correlation to the specific data points necessary for rapid restoration and proactive operations. Wire data encompasses network, client, application, infrastructure, security, and business data -- all data-in-motion. ExtraHop 6.0  builds on the platform's turnkey streaming wire data analytics by introducing functionality designed to ease the evolution of existing IT workflows to meet the demands of modern business. Customers can address the requirements of scale, complexity, and dynamism by automatically discovering devices, systems, and their relationships; observing and measuring their behavior; and rapidly initiating a forensic investigation of performance and security problems by drilling down to the packet level. Role-specific benefits of ExtraHop 6.0 include: Application and IT Ops Teams have the data they need to support a seamless digital experience for end-users. ExtraHop 6.0 provides automatic discovery of all IT assets and their relationships as well as the ability to monitor communications across applications. This comprehensive visibility streamlines workflows and enables more agile development and data-driven decision-making. SecurityTeams gain real-time visibility across the organization, allowing them to assess their actual risk profile, establish policies and detect violations, and monitor ongoing compliance. With precision packet analytics, information security professionals are never more than five clicks from the record of origin for any security incident. Network Teams can leverage the industry's first top-down workflow that dramatically reduces the average time-to-resolution. Unlike traditional models that involve a retroactive packet capture and require network engineers to search through reams of data, ExtraHop takes network teams from metrics to transactions to the specific packets tied to any incident in under a minute, in five clicks or less. Business Decision Makers now have a single platform that delivers the real-time insight they need to take the decisive and data-driven actions critical for modern businesses to serve the needs of internal and external customers, ensure a seamless digital experience, stay secure, and remain competitive. New capabilities available in ExtraHop 6.0 include: Continuous Packet Capture at a sustained 10Gbps puts IT teams within five clicks of the epicenter of an IT issue occurring from any transaction, message, or flow on the network. The ability to precisely identify the records tied to any particular incident dramatically accelerates debugging, forensics, evidence, and data retention. Transaction-to-Packet Correlation allows users to search and download packets linked to a specific device, application, or transaction record. When coupled with the real-time, full-stream analytics and historical search capabilities of the ExtraHop Platform, users have a comprehensive, dynamic, granular, and multi-dimensional view into the most accurate and voluminous source of IT and business data: the network. Integrated NetFlow Analysis combines NetFlow v5, v9, and IPFIX with wire data for broader visibility across interfaces. Built-in metrics for "Top Talkers," "Top Applications," and "Top Conversations" enable IT to quickly identify which interfaces are consuming the most bandwidth in real-time. SSH Protocol Support delivers visibility into sessions with metrics for cipher suites, compression, MAC, and key-exchange to improve security posture. While competitive offerings use pricing models based on indexing or data ingestion rates that prevent organizations from acquiring and storing data, ExtraHop utilizes a per-node model with no data restrictions, and unlimited 'look back' search queries based on customer demand and provisioning. ExtraHop is built based on an agentless deployment model, eliminating the challenges of installing and managing individual agents on every server, machine, device, or other assets in an IT environment. To experience the power of the ExtraHop platform, explore the ExtraHop interactive online demo.
ExtraHop and VMware Bring Enhanced Control to the Software-Defined Datacenter
Aug 29 16
ExtraHop announced two new integrations with VMware's enterprise-ready, cloud management platform, VMware vRealize® Suite. The integrations with VMware vRealize® Orchestrator and VMware vRealize® Operations Manager deepen the company's strategic relationship with VMware, giving mutual customers unparalleled real-time visibility into the performance, availability and security of the Software-Defined Datacenter (SDDC). ExtraHop will showcase these new integrations at booth #627 during VMworld, August 28-September 1, 2016. Together, VMware and ExtraHop are combining infrastructure- and application-level data sources within VMware vRealize Operations Manager for analytics at the application protocol and port layers. This data is correlated with the virtualized compute, network, and storage information for enhanced visibility, troubleshooting, compliance, and capacity management. With ExtraHop, VMware users can now automate the integration of wire data analytics into the VMware vRealize management architecture to gain real-time insight across the VMware software-defined data center, achieving the following benefits for enterprise IT: Dynamic On-Demand Visibility. The ExtraHop VMware vRealize Orchestrator Plugin makes it easy to automatically discover all VMware virtual machines and virtual switches as they are added to the environment, allowing users to classify and monitor these assets without any additional configuration. Intelligent Automation. ExtraHop alerts are used to trigger automated workflows within the VMware vRealize platform to improve agility and reduce management overhead. Centralized Management for Complete Insight. ExtraHop pulls rich wire data off of the network, and empowers customers to correlate insights with machine data, to deliver a complete view of virtualized environments and within a console VMware admins already use. This streamlined workflow gives visibility into the performance impact of SDDC orchestration in real time, and monitors application workloads as they migrate across the datacenter.
Extrahop Announces Management Changes
Jul 26 16
ExtraHop announced three key leadership changes, readying the company for its next phase of growth. First, the company has appointed Arif Kareem, former president of Fluke Networks and networking and telecommunications industry veteran, as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). ExtraHop co-founder Jesse Rothstein, who held the CEO position since 2007, will assume the role of Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Rothstein will focus on running research and development, including product development and product management while continuing to serve as Chairman of the Board. President and co-founder Raja Mukerji will step into the role of Chief Customer Officer (CCO) and will remain head of engineering services, including systems engineering, support, training, and professional services. Kareem, most recently served as president of Fluke Networks.
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