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Wily Announces Integration of Introscope 4.0 with IBM WebSphere Application Server Version 5.0

Wily Announces Integration of Introscope 4.0 with IBM WebSphere Application Server Version 5.0

(February 6, 2003) - Wily Technology has integrated Introscope 4.0, the newest version of Wily's Enterprise Java Application Management solution, with IBM WebSphere Application Server Version 5.0. Together, these solutions create a robust platform for building, deploying, and managing enterprise Java applications.

Introscope offers a Whole Application View into the application environment, allowing IT teams to identify performance problems whether inside the application itself, the application server, or in back-end transactional and supporting systems. Introscope's Blame Technology isolates bottlenecks in production applications, application servers, and back-end systems all the way down to individual Servlets, JSPs, EJBs, Classes, Methods, and more.

WebSphere Application Server, V5 offers one of the first production-ready application servers for the deployment of enterprise Web services solutions for dynamic e-business. WebSphere Version 5 supports open standards, standards optimizations, and integrated development environments. Direct integration of Introscope's patented Agent technology with IBM WebSphere 5.0 allows customers to monitor WebSphere applications automatically as soon as Introscope is installed.

"Wily's Introscope allows IBM customers to better ensure that their mission-critical applications stay healthy and available around-the-clock," said Scott Hebner, director, WebSphere Marketing.

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