Constellix Sonar Expands Network and Doubles Monitoring Nodes

The Constellix traffic management suite has announced the expansion of their monitoring network to include twice as many nodes, along with additional nodes in client requested locations.

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Constellix Sonar Expands Network and Doubles Monitoring Nodes

August 26, 2016

The Constellix traffic management suite has announced the expansion of their monitoring network to include twice as many nodes, along with additional nodes in client requested locations.

Constellix Sonar, the monitoring component of the Constellix traffic management suite, has expanded its monitoring network. The expansion was the result of both a substantial increase in new Sonar clients and heightened demand for new node locations. Previously, Constellix had monitoring nodes in a few dozen critical points of presence around the world.To meet customer demand, Constellix has more than doubled the number of resources in each location, which will drastically improve performance for monitoring activity. As the new cities are being rolled out, only a subset of clients will be able to use the new locations at first. Constellix has also announced the addition of new monitoring nodes in eight cities:

  • Toronto, Canada
  • Bangalore, India
  • Newark, NJ
  • Fremont, CA
  • San Francisco, CA
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Hanoi, Vietnam
  • Coming Soon: South America
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“These expansions will cement Sonar’s position as the leader of all ITOS-based monitoring services. With Sonar, our goal is to engineer the most extensive and precise monitoring suite of all time,” says President of Constellix Steven Job. The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree when it comes to making history in the traffic management industry. A few years ago, sister company DNS Made Easy became the world leader in the DNS industry by implementing proprietary IP Anycast + technology.“Our recent expansions are part of our continuing effort to engineer our network specifically for our clients’ needs. Constellix is foundationally based on user requests, and will continue to expand the platform to fit the growing needs of our customer base,” says Job.As a result of these expansions, clients will begin to notice increased location-based accuracy when gathering performance metrics from monitoring reports. Most notably, Sonar Real-User Monitoring (RUM) provides insights into real-time web performance for end-users all over the world. The expansions will make RUM reports more granular and allow clients to more accurately troubleshoot end-user problems.About ConstellixConstellix is a subsidiary of Tiggee LLC, the creators of DNS Made Easy, and the industry leader in providing IP Anycast enterprise DNS services. Constellix is an Internet Traffic Optimization Services (ITOS) company and trailblazer in next-generation traffic management solutions. The Constellix GeoDNS platform offers the most powerful and precise DNS query management, engineered for the cloud. The platform is fully integrated with Constellix Sonar, which offers a range of advanced monitoring features and intelligent analytics tools.

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