SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Aug 28, 2015) -  VMworld® 2015 Booth #2446 - Xangati, a Silicon Valley service assurance analytics and infrastructure performance management innovator, today announced its intent to extend cross-silo intelligence and storage performance analytics for VMware Virtual SAN™ technology.

Xangati collects information from all servers, switch and storage systems that comprise the virtualized data center and gathers information from VMware vSphere®, VMware vCenter™ Server and VMware Horizon® to coalesce a holistic, end-to-end health picture of end-user quality of experience impacts to virtual desktop or virtual server infrastructures, augmenting VMware vCenter™ Server and VMware vRealize™ Operations™.

Xangati has also implemented deep and direct integration into NetApp storage systems that shows the IOPS throughput and latency that NetApp is delivering to the hypervisor. Additionally, data on NFS or CIFS (Common Internet File System) shares, iSCSI or Fibre Channel LUNs (Logical Unit Numbers) and overall network bitrates are collated by Xangati. Storage-related storms typically occur when applications unknowingly and excessively share a storage controller, a volume or even a LUN, which cause storage performance to deteriorate, often dramatically and spontaneously, especially among converged infrastructures.

Relative to VMware Virtual SAN support, Xangati will collect information from the hypervisor about the Virtual SAN-based data store and its constituents, including latency, throughput and IOPS, as well as capacity utilization, resource efficiency and availability information. Virtual infrastructure performance data are collected with highly granular, second-by-second precision, then correlated by Xangati's advanced analytics engine to adjust thresholds dynamically, eliminating false alarms. When a service impediment crops up, such as a resource contention storm involving Virtual SAN, Xangati will utilize its exclusive StormTracker technology to automatically determine root cause and analyze Virtual SAN-specific metrics to resolve triage-level issues quickly.

Executive Quotes:
"Virtualization environments are intended to pivot on a dime, standing up new apps and reconfiguring requirements on the fly for maximum flexibility and resource liquidity, but the lack of visibility to storage behavior is often contentious," said Atchison Frazer, VP-Marketing, Xangati. "With integrated Virtual SAN data correlation, vSphere admins will be able to run virtualization more independently with little storage expertise required and less reliance on external arrays and storage admins for optimizing workload performance."

"VMworld® 2015 US is an ideal place to see firsthand how virtualization is radically changing storage," said Gaetan Castelein, senior director, Product Management, VMware. "VMware Virtual SAN, with its ability to replace the hard-to-manage hardware infrastructure, is rising as a better way to handle the new I/O demands and puts storage front and center in the revolutionary changes we're seeing from virtualization."

About Xangati:
Xangati is a Silicon Valley virtualization performance management and service assurance analytics innovator, providing performance metrics visibility for complex virtualized data centers and hybrid cloud environments. Organizations such as Comcast, British Gas, Colliers, Harvard University and the U.S. Army have leveraged Xangati to resolve end-user issues more quickly, optimize virtual applications, diagnose root causes of contention storms and assure overall infrastructure health. Xangati management dashboards, built on patented in-memory architecture, provide a live, continuous and interactional view into the entire IT infrastructure with predictive analytics and prescriptive remediation actions. To learn more about Xangati, go to, or

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