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Beta Availability of Netuitive 7.0 to Deliver Enhanced Flexibility, Openness, and Lower TCO for Award Winning ITOA Platform

RESTON, VA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/16/14 -- Netuitive, a leading provider of IT analytics, today announced beta availability of its upcoming release of Netuitive 7.0, the industry's leading open, cloud-based analytics platform, continuing the company's history of analytics innovation for enterprise IT operations and DevOps.

Netuitive 7 offers a flexible cloud or on-premise deployment model that supports rapid analytics deployments at a lower cost. The comprehensive RESTful API and unparalleled openness enables customers and partners to leverage the power of Netuitive's analytics across any platform, user interface or device.

Netuitive 7 delivers the following new features and benefits:

  • Support for Apache Cassandra, delivering a low-latency, fault-tolerant and linearly-scalable data store that allows customers to retain data longer and at higher frequencies. This also enables Netuitive's existing large enterprise customers to lower their total cost-of-ownership by leveraging new database technologies on commodity storage hardware.

  • A RESTful Application Programming Interface (API) that supports data ingestion, data extraction, and configuration enabling customers and partners to more easily and rapidly create their own applications, reports, and integrations with Netuitive 7.

  • A new and improved rich Graphical User Interface (GUI) that supports dashboards, widgets, and dynamic components.

Additionally, the new Netuitive 7 technology is implemented via a single code base that supports a multi-tenant Netuitive Cloud, dedicated hosted deployments, and enterprise on-premise installations. This enables Netuitive to provide the same technology to meet a wide range of customer requirements from smaller DevOps teams to large global 1000 enterprises.

Netuitive's development organization is now able to accelerate its pace of innovation by continuously delivering its code to the Netuitive Cloud platform and receive immediate feedback. In turn this improves the software delivered to Netuitive enterprise customers in the form of packaged releases for on-premise installations.

"I am most excited about expanding the Netuitive community," said Bob Farzami, Netuitive's CEO. "Certified systems integration partners and customers have a greatly expanded opportunity to develop and share extensions, custom features, and solutions based upon Netuitive 7.0's core services."

"The Netuitive 7 platform enables Netuitive to both strengthen its existing large enterprise installed base as well as address a broader market," said Bret Maxwell, Netuitive's board member representing the investment firm MK Capital. "Continuing to expand and innovate our industry-leading portfolio of analytics for IT is also critical. With this new release, Netuitive is expanding its thought leadership in the application of analytics to DevOps, which is a very exciting new market."

About Netuitive
Netuitive replaces human guesswork with automated mathematics and analysis to visualize, isolate, and proactively address IT performance issues before they impact the business. The world's leading companies, including eight of the 10 largest banks, large Telcos and major eCommerce companies rely on Netuitive to proactively manage the performance of their critical applications and underlying IT infrastructures -- physical, virtual and cloud. Industry recognition includes the 2011 "CTO Award for Innovation" from Morgan Stanley, 2013 CODiE Finalist Award for "Best Systems Management Solution," the 2013 EMA Radar Award for "Advanced Performance Analytics," and three "Best of VMworld" awards for Virtualization Management. Netuitive is privately financed by a syndicate of venture capital firms including MK Capital, Rembrandt Venture Partners, and Cross Creek Capital. Netuitive is the leading provider of predictive analytics for IT. For more information visit

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