Boundary Application Monitoring

Boundary provides a new kind of application monitoring for new IT architectures: one- second app visualization, cloud-compatible, and only a few minutes from setup to results. Boundary offers the industry's first cloud-based capability that discovers and creates a visual representation of the logical application topology, and tracks changes to it in real-time. Modern IT applications are highly distributed and dynamic in nature, and operations/DevOps teams are finding it increasingly difficult to monitor and maintain those applications. Boundary helps to bridge that gap by replacing the "mental model" of the application topology with the "actual model." Unlike traditional IT monitoring tools that assume a fixed infrastructure, Boundary is ideal for dynamic environments that experience change on a massive and continuous scale including: Public/Private Clouds (including hybrid) as well as fixed datacenter; Software Defined Networks or traditional fixed networks; Highly Agile application development environments, characterized by continuous deployment; Single language or Polyglot applications; SQL or NoSQL clusters; Traditional or Big Data application stacks; Boundary's application discovery and visualization is made possible by Boundary's unprecedented capability to monitor every packet that flows to/from every server instance, whether in the cloud, datacenter or hybrid environments. Thus, instead of relying on a periodic re-discovery of the topology or an outdated CMDB, Boundary is showing in real-time the actual and true communication between application tiers. Layered on top of the application topology, Boundary highlights another new capability: the latency or response time between the different tiers of an application. This additional new capability is essential to ensure that both performance and cost are optimized across the application and that changes to the application code or the environment do not have negative effects.
Price USD 199
License Free to try
Version 3.0
Operating System Linux, Fedora, CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu, Windows, Windows Server 2008
System Requirements None