Stratavia

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Stratavia Corp.
Now owned by Hewlett-Packard Company
IndustrySoftware
Founded2001
Key people
Thor Culverhouse, CEO
Venkat Devraj, CTO
Rainier Luistro, Co-CTO
Jennifer Panning, CFO
Mike Puterbaugh, VP, Marketing
ProductsHP Database and Middleware Automation software (formerly called Data Palette Data Center Automation Platform)
WebsiteHP Software website

Stratavia, formerly known as ExtraQuest,[1] was a software company that specialized in enterprise Database and Data Center Automation, and private cloud computing enablement.[2] Stratavia was founded by Venkat Devraj and Rainier Luistro in 2001.[3]

The company held two patents for automating standard operating procedures in database administration,[4] and was included in the analyst firm Gartner's list of Cool Vendors for 2009.[5]

The company received venture funding from Vista Ventures, Asset Management Company and Adams Street Partners[6] and is headquartered in Denver, Colorado, with offices in San Francisco, New York City, Atlanta, Boston and London, United Kingdom.[7] In Aug. 2010, HP announced the acquisition of Stratavia to bolster its cloud computing and automation software portfolio.[8][9]

HP Software Division planned to integrate Stratavia technology into its cloud computing portfolio, including HP Cloud Service Automation Software.[10]

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