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SolarWinds Releases Newest Version of Java Monitor

SolarWinds, a global provider of IT management software, recently released the latest version of its Application Performance Monitor that comes equipped with several enhancements that focus on improved speed and usability. Dubbed APM 4.2, the new monitor tackles problems associated with monitoring application and server performance and availability to ensure that IT infrastructures are running as intended.

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September 19, 2011

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SolarWinds’ initial release of the Application Performance Monitor took place in January of this year.  The company launched the product with the hopes of offering systems administrators a comprehensive and affordable solution for monitoring the performance of vital IT services in terms of the server resources they run on (Windows, Unix, Linux), the OS, and application components.  SolarWinds’ APM continues the tradition of the company’s quest to provide IT management software that is both powerful and cost effective, and will likely add to its current client list that includes small businesses as well as Fortune 500 companies. 

The list of new and improved features added to the Application Performance Monitor in version 4.2 is extensive.  Users have the power to monitor a variety of Java-based applications via JMX MBean monitors, such as Apache Tomcat, GlassFish, JBoss, WebLogic, and WebSphere, among others.  Users can easily monitor web applications thanks to APM’s integration with Synthetic End User Monitor.  Complex scripts are supported, and Nagios scripts can be run natively without the need for conversion.  Prior to display, reporting, and storage, users can execute mathematical operations on statistical values via data transforms.  Trending can be displayed in a single plane through multi-value charts as well, and several expert templates come pre-installed that correspond with a host of common applications.  Last, but not least, APM 4.2 has been revamped to give clients an improved user interface and speedier performance.  Of course, APM 4.2 comes with many more features, but those are just some of the highlights. 

APM 4.2 is currently available through the SolarWinds website, www.solarwinds.com, at a starting price of $2,495.  SolarWinds includes the first year of maintenance at no extra charge.  A free 30-day trial is also available for customers who wish to test the monitor’s features prior to making a purchase.

For more on this topic, visit http://www.solarwinds.com/Company/Newsroom/Press_Releases/Years/2010/15241339241.aspx

GigaSpaces Announces Solution for Java App Deployment to Azure

GigaSpaces Technologies, an industry leader that provides innovative application platforms for Java and .Net on a global scale, recently introduced its solution that enables users to quickly and easily run enterprise-grade Java, JEE, Spring, and big-data applications on the Windows Azure cloud.  Named Cloudify for Azure, the new GigaSpaces solution adds to the company’s existing portfolio that has allowed it to secure an elite worldwide clientele that includes top investment banks, telecommunications companies, media organizations, and more.

With Cloudify for Azure, customers can deploy their critical Java, JEE, Spring, and big-data applications to Azure without having to change any code.  Top-of-the-line performance, multi-tenancy, and low latency are achieved via the GigaSpaces Java in-memory data grid.  Cloudify offers non-stop availability and failover, automates the life cycle of application deployment, and supplies elastic scaling as well.   Integrated application and cluster aware monitoring for enhanced visibility is another highlight of the solution’s feature set.  By supporting any application stack, Cloudify helps businesses remain flexible and avoids issues related to vendor lock-in.  Lastly, Cloudify’s seamless integration characteristics give customers the power to harness Windows Azure services for their enterprise Java apps.

Prashant Ketkar, director of product marketing for Windows Azure at Microsoft, commented on GigaSpaces’ innovative solution in the official press release: “Customers that have enterprise Java applications can leverage the GigaSpaces solution to help them transition to the Windows Azure platform," said Prashant Ketkar, Director of Product Marketing, Windows Azure at Microsoft. "GigaSpaces is working with Microsoft to give Windows Azure customers deployment, management and monitoring capabilities for running applications in an agile and cost-effective way.”

Adi Paz, GigaSpaces’ EVP of Marketing and Business Development, spoke of the benefits that Cloudify for Azure offers: “Our platform enables businesses to move their applications to the cloud with no code change and minimal learning curve -- meaning that they can continue to develop in their traditional environment and leverage existing skills and assets, while gaining the cost and agility benefits of deploying to the Windows Azure cloud.  At the same time, we provide enterprises and ISVs the ability to burst into the Windows Azure cloud at peak loads, run their pre-production on Windows Azure and save the costs associated with large-scale system testing.”  Paz added: “GigaSpaces has brought to the Windows Azure implementation more than 10 years of experience in developing and deploying enterprise-grade application platforms for large-scale deployments running mission-critical applications for the world's largest organizations.  We look forward to bringing these same benefits to Windows Azure customers, on top of the many benefits of the Windows Azure platform.”

Cloudify for Azure will be made available sometime during the fourth quarter of this year.

For more on this topic, visit http://www.marketwatch.com/story/gigaspaces-enables-seamless-deployment-of-mission-critical-java-applications-to-windows-azure-2011-09-13


 
 
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