Vendorwag in the Valley – Xangati

In my last day on the Vendorwag in the Valley I toddled down to X to see guys at Xangati. Xangati delivers the leading infrastructure performance management solutions designed to overcome virtualization stall for both server virtualization and VDI environments.

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Xangati’s ability to track cross-IT silo interactions in 360° in a live and continuous fashion is entirely unique in the market. Xangati’s IPM solutions track the performance health of a given infrastructure and automatically alert an administrator when a performance shift occurs. These alerts are wholly unique as they are accompanied with Xangati’s heralded alert recording capabilities that show the set of negative interactions that were driving poor performance.

As with the other videos in the “Vendorwag in the Valley” we have diced & sliced them into 3 courses. First video is the “elevator pitch” which gives an introduction about who Xangati are, what they do, and what their unique value-proposition is. Watch this video if you have never come across Xangati before. The second video is a slightly more technical video where we discuss in detail the advantages and disadvantages of the product. The third video is for the geeks who are in technical stuff – learn more about how it works with the Techknowlegy series.

Nathanael Iversen is currently Director of  Technical Marketing at Xangati, Inc and works in a variety of technical and product management capacities.  Previously, he has held technical positions at several startups, SBC Communications and the US Airforce, giving him intimate knowledge of enterprise and service provider networks and data centers .  He blogs at http://www.avirtualpond.com and spends most of his day in virtualization related activities.

After the Vendorwag in the Valley there was some content that was “NDA” which I was unable to release at the time. I’m now able to release that content…


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The Techknowledgy Demo:

This was first published in May 2012

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