Docker is going to disaggregate applications into hundreds and thousands of micro-services each of which will communicate with each other over virtual networks. APM tools need to evolve to technically step up to be able to monitor 100X or 1000X as many things and the transaction flows across those things as is the case today.
OpsDataStore Inc., which came out of stealth last month, aims to consolidate monitoring data into a single, unified database from which it creates a topology map of each individual transaction that takes place in the infrastructure. The company’s product then makes that data available to big data visualization tools, such as Tableau, and business intelligence utilities, such as Qlik.
On May 3, OpsDataSore announced the release of version 1.1 of its platform for delivering integrated analytics on IT and application performance toward the end of improving the service quality of online applications. Version 1.1 of OpsDataStore features the ability to obtain actionable business intelligence about the performance of an IT infrastructure in real-time.