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Start-up Netskope keeps watch on enterprise cloud usage

Ellen Messmer | Oct. 4, 2013
Monitoring service company's founders hail from Juniper, Palo Alto Networks, VMware.

"We can say, is there a business reason for this? And proactively, we can work with them on it," says Notley. Some other companies testing the service, including Netflix, Universal Music Group and Genomic Health, are expected to discuss their experiences with it at the upcoming Gartner Symposium ITxpo 2013 Conference in Orlando.

Founded in October 2012, Netskope today is announcing general availability of its service, with pricing at $180 per user per year regardless of number of cloud applications in use.

In addition to Beri, Netskope has three other co-founders. They are: Chief Architect Ravi Ithal, formerly with Palo Alto Networks; Chief Scientist Krishna Narayanaswami, previously in engineering at NetScreen and Juniper, and founder of Top Layer Networks; and Lebin Cheng, head of the applications engineering teams, formerly with VMware's virtual desktop products group.

Netskope has amassed $21 million in venture funding from Social+Capital Partnership and Lightspeed Venture Partners.


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