MSP Today Expert Feature
March 05, 2013

Besol and Boundary Partner on Cloud Application Monitoring and Analytics Solutions


Spanish infrastructure management services provider, Besol, has partnered with Boundary, a provider of application monitoring for IT architectures. The companies have teamed up to offer cloud application monitoring and analytics for cloud-centric business.

The new offerings are being deployed through Besol's Tapp.in platform, designed to manage and deploy cloud infrastructure. The solutions will help managed service providers (MSP) and global telecommunications operators gain seamless access to a free version of Boundary's solution.

An additional capacity version of the Boundary offering is also available to Besol customers for free during a trial period.

Cloud service providers, MSPs and telco operators that license the Tapp.in technology will gain access to Boundary's rapid problem resolution, discovery of undetected configuration and security issues, and its early warning system for cloud latency and outages.

By providing proactive network monitoring and application performance data information, Tapp.in may be used to deploy auto scaling capabilities triggered by geo-localized load balancing across IaaS vendors.

The Tapp.in technology is IaaS independent, and supports a number of IaaS providers.

"Integrating Boundary into Tapp.in consolidates our proposition as a cloud broker and aggregator, further strengthens the provision of integrated APM (News - Alert) capabilities and offers a complete customer experience across different cloud providers," said Hector Rodriguez, CEO at Besol. "Boundary will allow Tapp.in customers to analyze real-time application traffic to proactively size cloud instances, prevent issues for optimal end-user performance and uptime and turn network data into actionable information."

"Boundary's real-time flow analytics enables customers to identify potential hot spots in both public and private clouds," said Gary Read, CEO at Boundary. "When combined with Tapp.in's orchestration, customers can now avoid bottlenecks by quickly and easily provisioning cloud resources where they will be most effective."




Edited by Braden Becker




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