Boundary vs. Vector vs. Inspeqtor

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Description

What is Boundary?

Monitor it all: web servers, load balancers, application back-ends, big data clusters, queues, caching nodes, or databases. Boundary provides insights no matter what stack you use, whether you deploy in the cloud or your data center.

What is Vector?

Vector provides a simple way for users to visualize and analyze system and application-level metrics in near real-time. It leverages the battle tested open source system monitoring framework, Performance Co-Pilot (PCP), layering on top a flexible and user-friendly UI. The UI polls metrics at up to 1 second resolution, rendering the data in completely configurable dashboards that simplify cross-metric correlation and analysis.

What is Inspeqtor?

Inspeqtor monitors your application infrastructure. It gathers and verifies key metrics from all the moving parts in your application and alerts you when something looks wrong. It understands the application deployment workflow so it won't bother you during a deploy.

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7 Companies Using Boundary
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What are some alternatives to Boundary, Vector, and Inspeqtor?

  • New Relic - SaaS Application Performance Management for Ruby, PHP, .Net, Java, Python, and Node.js Apps.
  • Datadog - Unify logs, metrics, and traces from across your distributed infrastructure.
  • Librato - Real-Time Cloud Monitoring
  • Skylight - The smart profiler for your Rails apps

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