New York and London 2nd June, 2005 â Nastel Technologies, market leader in real-time operations and performance monitoring and automation for application integration infrastructures, today announced commitment to continued support for IBMâs WebSphere MQ messaging software.
IBM recently announced WebSphere MQ version 6.0, upgraded to support companies building services-oriented architectures. WebSphere MQ automatically connects applications and passes messages between them. This new version brings added security, enhanced performance especially for Javaâ¢ Message Service (JMS) applications, support for Microsoftâ¢ Windows XP and Linux, features that harmonize the z/OSâ¢ and distributed platform products, enhanced scalability, reliability and simplified development of API exits.
Nastelâs AutoPilot/WMQ is the only product set designed expressly to work with the IBM's WebSphere family of products. AutoPilot/WMQ provides true end-to-end, real-time application process monitoring in a distributed application environment. AutoPilot/WMQ modules monitor and control middleware and application interaction to streamline operations and eliminate the redundancies and bottlenecks that can cost companies millions. In addition, there are tools for tech support teams which help to quickly identify problems. This is particularly valuable for troubleshooting and the prompt resolution of any problems, both of which improve speed of development.
In addition, Nastelâs AutoPilot/TM, designed for end-to-end transaction monitoring and tracking also supports the new WebSphere MQ version 6.0.
David Mavashev, CEO at Nastel added "Our AutoPilot/WMQ product has been successfully implemented by our customers for some years, meeting their demands for monitoring within their WebSphere environment. We are pleased to confirm our continued support for the IBM WebSphere MQ software and are ready to embrace version 6.0 with our corresponding, upgraded AutoPilot/WMQ product suite."