Looking back on his first year at the helm of the network monitoring company, Boundary CEO Gary Read (pictured) sees progress by all sorts of metrics, but still has his eye on the future.
Whereas application-performance-management providers such as AppDynamics and New Relic help clients zero in on problematic code inside applications, Boundary looks out for issues slowing down the network, including the application itself.
Based in San Francisco, Boundary has more than doubled its workforce, going from 12 employees to 28 since Read joined the company last January. Since launching in November 2011, Boundary has grown its clientele to 600 customers, 76 of whom pay for the company’s services. And the amount of data flowing into the company’s infrastructure from clients has grown substantially, from less than half a terabyte to more than 5 terabytes daily. For comparison Facebook stores 1 percent of that amount every 24 hours…
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