Boundary Upgrades Cloud Application Monitoring for AWS
Boundary's new capabilities enable companies for the first time to get early warnings of pending application infrastructure issues that, left unchecked, would affect customer experience.On-site and cloud application monitoring provider Boundary has released new capabilities for companies running on Amazon Web Services and other public and private cloud infrastructure. Boundary's new capabilities enable companies for the first time to get early warnings of pending application infrastructure issues that, left unchecked, would affect customer experience. The San Francisco-based company's updated service includes a proactive alerting capability that understands normal application behavior and, using advanced analytics, warns users at the earliest sign of potential problems. AWS is the first billion-dollar-per-year cloud services business and is far and away the largest provider of hosted Web services in the industry.
Boundary said it anticipated the AWS outage in July more than two hours before Amazon announced it, marketing director Chris O'Connell told eWEEK.
Boundary collects previously unexposed data every second, understanding the dynamic application topology, learning the normal behavior of applications on a minute-by-minute basis, and providing real-time, analytics-driven warnings on performance abnormalities, Read said. For more information, go here.