ThousandEyes, the company redefining network performance management, today announced the launch of ThousandEyes Lite, a free version of their award-winning product. ThousandEyes Lite brings the powerful visibility of application delivery performance to individuals and small teams and includes data for eighteen of the most popular SaaS applications. Today's announcement enables anyone to use ThousandEyes for free and includes a 15-day trial of the full Pro version of ThousandEyes.
"We've seen terrific traction from organizations of all sizes turning to ThousandEyes to gain visibility of end-to-end application and service delivery," said Mohit Lad, ThousandEyes CEO and Co-Founder. "From the beginning, our ambition has been to improve the network monitoring experience for everyone from individuals to large-scale teams. Providing a free version of ThousandEyes enables us to deliver on that objective."
Since launching in 2013, ThousandEyes has been recognized as a 'Cool Vendor' by Gartner; been named a 'Vendor to Watch' by Enterprise Management Associates; received the Network Innovation Award from TechTarget and was recently named a winner of the Barclays Technology Innovation Award. ThousandEyes Lite will enable individuals and small teams to gain detailed visibility of network performance both within the enterprise network and between their enterprise and cloud service providers.
"As an application that's critical for customer service, we have to be on top of performance problems immediately," said Steve Loyd, VP Engineering Operations at Zendesk. "With ThousandEyes, we now instantly identify where the problems are along the network and collaborate with our hosting and network vendors, both areas where ThousandEyes easily outperforms every other solution we've tried."
ThousandEyes Lite, the free version of ThousandEyes, brings powerful network performance insights to everybody. It includes full visibility of internal and cloud-based application delivery from up to three locations anywhere within an organizations network environment. Also included are data feeds for eighteen of the most popular SaaS applications and web services, such as NetSuite, Microsoft Office 365, Salesforce, Workday, Facebook, Twitter and more. In addition, the expansion of vantage points from ThousandEyes Lite users will improve predictive analytics and diagnostic capabilities for all ThousandEyes users.
"ThousandEyes has been a pioneer creating valuable new network and application performance tools to support the use of today's, network-accessed applications," said Peter Christy, Research Director, Networking at 451 Research. "The ThousandEyes free version enables a much bigger potential market to understand the kind of value ThousandEyes can provide in the best way possible — by using it."
The ThousandEyes 15-day free trial is available at www.thousandeyes.com/signup.
ThousandEyes, the Internet and Cloud Intelligence company, delivers the only collectively powered view of the Internet enabling enterprises and service providers to work together to improve the quality of every digital experience. The ThousandEyes platform leverages data collected from an unmatched fleet of vantage points throughout the global Internet, from within data centers and VPCs and on end user devices to expose key dependencies that impact digital service delivery, empowering businesses to see, understand and improve how their customers and employees experience any digital website, application or service. ThousandEyes is central to the global operations of the world's largest and fastest growing brands, including 160+ of the Global 2000, 85+ of the Fortune 500, 6 of the 7 top US banks, and 20 of the 25 top SaaS companies. For more information, visit www.ThousandEyes.com or follow us on Twitter at @ThousandEyes.
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