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Boundary Brings High Fidelity Server, Application and Custom Monitoring to DevOps Teams

Company Introduces Instant-On Free and Premium Editions of Its Per-Second, SaaS Service; A Live Look at the Product Can Be Found at http://free.boundary.com/

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/05/14 -- Boundary is making server and application monitoring instantly accessible with the launch of two new editions of its popular cloud-based service. The products -- Boundary Free and Boundary Premium -- are designed for DevOps teams in organizations of all sizes that want high fidelity, instant-on monitoring.

Since 2011, Boundary has helped clients ensure the performance of distributed, cloud-based applications. Server and application monitoring are critical for companies that run some or all of their applications in the cloud or across complex hybrid infrastructures. Small and medium-sized business and application development and operations teams inside larger organizations typically rely on open source monitoring products and other basic monitoring tools, which tend to have limited functionality. Only Boundary offers per-second monitoring in a cloud-based service that starts up in minutes. Boundary's service includes embedded graphs and customizable dashboards, alerts, one-second metrics, deep-linking URLs, "smart alarms" and notifications.

Some highlights of the new Boundary products:

Boundary Free:

  • High-resolution, per-second monitoring for 10 servers and up to 50 custom metrics, including CPU, memory, application response time, and network in/out
  • Flexible rules-based alerting
  • Customizable and skinable dashboards with embedding and sharing
  • Access to existing plugins including MySQL, Apache, JMX and others or write your own plugin for any application component
  • 24 hour data retention

Boundary Premium:

  • All of the features of Boundary Free and...
  • Unlimited servers monitored
  • Unlimited server alerts
  • Unlimited custom metrics
  • 1-month data retention including one-second interval data
  • Pricing as low as $8/server/month
  • Access to Boundary support

To sign-up for either service, or to see a live demo simply visit free.boundary.com.

"We're excited about this next evolution in server and application monitoring from Boundary, as we can now extend many of our enterprise-class features to smaller organizations and lighter cloud deployments," says Gary Read, CEO at Boundary. "Not only does Boundary offer the only per-second monitoring solution on the market, but the level of detail in the monitoring metrics of the free version is far more advanced than other solutions, with the added benefit of zero setup and management hassle for companies."

About Boundary
Boundary provides a Unified Monitoring solution for Web-Scale IT that allows customers to monitor their entire application infrastructure from a single solution and improve application availability and performance. It is designed to deal with the challenges stemming from modern highly distributed, cloud based applications by combining high frequency performance metrics collection and analysis with its unique understanding of the real-time application topology. Boundary is privately held, based in Mountain View, CA and backed by Lightspeed Venture Partners, Scale Venture Partners, Adams Street Partners and Triangle Peak Partners. For more information on Boundary or to sign-up for a free account visit free.boundary.com or follow us on twitter at www.twitter.com/boundary.

Boundary contact:
Kevin Wolf
TGPR
(650) 327-1641
Email Contact

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