Infrastructure management firm Boundary is aiming to provide administrators with a single console that is capable of monitoring all applications and platforms.
The company said its management platform will allow admins and IT staff to keep an eye on application performance by analysing activity. It will also help to detect performance issues ahead of time for both on-premise and cloud deployments.
Gary Read, Boundary chief executive, told V3 the latest version of the platform not only monitors activity, but is also able to tie into a number of different alert systems on individual applications, allowing administrators to see alerts for multiple applications in a single pane.
"Because we are using this listening of the conversation as the key data set and using that to add context to the other happenings, then we are providing customers with this unique consolidated review," Read explained.
Because Boundary is able to take a network-level approach and monitor activity based on application output or "chatter", the platform is able to function as a platform-neutral service without the need to hook into APIs for each application. This versatility allows the Boundary platform to work with any number of network configurations and deployments.
With the latest update, the company is also hoping to speed up the ability to consolidate management by gathering applications alerts. Read said that the combination will help to further build what the company sees as a complete system for monitoring networking activity and application status.
"The product is about providing a service where operations teams and businesses can ensure the quality of service, the performance and availability of their modern infrastructure and applications and to enable those companies moving to cloud and moving to an agile operations environment to do so," he explained.
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