ExtraHop Networks, Inc. is an enterprise technology company headquartered in Seattle, Washington. ExtraHop sells network appliances that perform real-time analysis of wire data for performance troubleshooting, security detection, optimization and tuning, and business analytics. Jesse Rothstein and Raja Mukerji founded ExtraHop in 2007. The co-founders were formerly senior engineers at F5 Networks and architects of the BIG-IP v9 product. ExtraHop Networks has raised $6.6 million in funding from the Madrona Venture Group and other private investors including Marc Andreessen, co-founder of Netscape, and Ben Horowitz, former CEO of Opsware. In May 2014, the company closed a $41 million Series C round led by Technology Crossover Ventures (TCV). Other participants in this round included existing investors Meritech Capital Partners and Madrona Venture Group, as well as private investors including Sujal Patel, former CEO and founder of Isilon Systems. This round brought ExtraHop’s total venture funding to $61.6 million.
Highest paying job titles at ExtraHop Networks, Inc include Regional Sales Manager, Sales Engineer, and Solutions Architect