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Boundary for Splunk app for correlating alerts

Alex Williams for TechCrunch:

Boundary‘s application performance monitoring technology is now integrated into Splunk‘s enterprise platform, providing a window into apps that increasingly are distributed across cloud and on-premise virtualized environments.

At first I thought this means Boundary will use Splunk as the backend for the data. But Boundary is a service so that’s not the case. Plus Splunk can already be used for network management and monitoring.

According to the post, “Splunk real-time alerts are tagged as annotations in Boundary’s time-series graphs. Customers can then correlate alerts against application flow and performance data.” So basically this is monitoring your monitoring system, right?

Original title and link: Boundary for Splunk app for correlating alerts (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)