Tag Archives: ThousandEyes

Application Monitoring with ThousandEyes

In a prior post, I showed off ThousandEyes and how one of my clients uses it to monitor the BGP routing of their IP prefix. The same client also uses ThousandEyes for monitoring the web apps they host for their customers. Read on to see more about what ThousandEyes does for them!

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998 Extra Eyes on Your Applications

Last September one of the vendors that presented at Networking Field Day 6 was ThousandEyes, a San Francisco-based company founded in 2010 where the startup vibe thrived.
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