Boundary Intros New Cloud Infrastructure Analytics, Reporting Features

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Application monitoring company Boundry has released a new analytics features to run on private and public cloud infrastructures.

The updated service promises to provide early warnings of pending application infrastructure issues. The feature is based on identifying abnormal application behavior by analyzing "previously unexposed data every single second" to enable the system to alert admins "at the earliest sign of potential problems."

"Applications hosted in the public cloud – even more than traditional infrastructures – require constant and vigilant monitoring,” said Gary Read, Boundary's CEO, in a prepared statement. "But because the public cloud is dynamic in nature and does not expose critical items such as topology, traditional solutions are typically out of date and too late in reporting problems."

According to the company, its customers can also leverage Boundary's reporting capability and long-term data store to analyze metrics for prior periods to diagnose potential problems and find solutions much faster than before.

Boundary Intros New Cloud Infrastructure Features Boundary Intros New Cloud Infrastructure Features

Boundary offers its analytics features free of charge. The long-term historical data store is available from $199 per month for up to 2 GB data per day and $349 per month for up to 5 GB data per day.


Wolfgang GruenerWolfgang GruenerWolfgang Gruener is a contributor to Tom's IT Pro. He is currently principal analyst at Ndicio Research, a market analysis firm that focuses on cloud computing and disruptive technologies, and maintains the conceivablytech.com blog. An 18-year veteran in IT journalism and market research, he previously published TG Daily and was managing editor of Tom's Hardware news, which he grew from a link collection in the early 2000s into one of the most comprehensive and trusted technology news sources.

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