BMC Introduces New Middleware Management Solutions
August 15, 2011
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BMC Software introduced a new set of Middleware Management solutions that help customers monitor and manage middleware across the contemporary data center, enabling IT departments to deliver reliable business services through a more in-depth view of enterprise applications and the transaction paths that make them run.

The new solutions offer the ability to:

* Take an in-depth view into application flow paths to clearly understand how a transaction flows across an application

* Manage middleware in public, private or hybrid cloud environments

* Proactively analyze and identify middleware and application problems before they happen

* Support the IBM WebSphere DataPower Integration Appliance

With BMC’s new Middleware Management solutions and features, including integration with BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management solution, end-to-end transaction tracing and more, customers have a full, end-to-end view of applications and transactions in their IT environment whether they are using a mainframe, distributed system or hybrid data center.

BMC’s Middleware Management solutions are cloud-ready and can be implemented to help monitor middleware in a public, private or hybrid cloud environment, giving the comprehensive insight needed to ensure application performance in a hybrid data center.

By integrating BMC Middleware Management into the BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management solution customers can now proactively monitor the path of transactions and identify problems that affect the application and business service. With the ability to baseline the behavior of applications and IT infrastructure, the BMC ProactiveNet Performance Management solution automatically pinpoints the cause of problems in an application or transaction path before they occur. When a potential problem is found, the solution initiates standard problem triage and resolution processes to solve the issue without requiring staff involvement.

With support for transaction tracing, customers have the advantage of extensive diagnostic capabilities for the complex enterprise application architecture that moves application data from distributed systems through the mainframe. With support for all major IT computing platforms, customers have the most comprehensive support by the Middleware Management solutions.

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