News Briefs: August 1, 2008
By SD Times News Team
August 1, 2008 —
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Microsoft and ASG Software have created an API that connects Microsoft Systems Center Operations Manager to ASG’s Business Service Platform, which the companies said combines Microsoft server performance information with the business service management.
DevExpress has released a public beta of its AgDataGrid suite for Silverlight, which implements smart loading of the Silverlight grid’s UI for smaller control load times, the company said. The AgDataGrid beta features data grouping and sorting against multiple columns, column movement and resizing, and row editing.
Live content archiving product maker Mimosa Systems has released an SDK for its Near Point platform for content archiving and monitoring, along with regulatory compliance. The free SDK allows developers to extend the platform’s capabilities for more content sources, including content stored on backup tapes, records management and business intelligence products.
MVP Systems, a provider of automation and application scheduling software, has released SaaSMonitor.com, a SaaS application that monitors servers, network devices and applications. The company said that monitoring is done relatively quickly because there is no software to deploy. The product has an alerting system that notifies the user when an issue is detected.
TotalView Technologies has added the ability to run on the Cell Broadband Engine architecture in version 8.5 of its namesake source debugger. The latest version works with Cell Broadband Engine-based Linux systems by way of the IBM Cell SDK, according to the company. IBM Blue Gene/P platform interoperability in the debugger now includes asynchronous control of threads created by Open MP and Pthreads.
Real Software shipped REALbasic release 3, aimed at Linux, Mac OS X and Windows platforms. Included is a new language feature called Attributes, an update project analyzer that the company says can warn of deprecated functionality and other issues, and an integrated profiler that allows the tracking of performance issues with having to recode the application.
Cenzic announced the 5.7 release of Hailstorm Professional and Hailstorm Enterprise ARC, which the company said includes PCI compliance reporting that adheres to the PCI Council Requirement 6.6 for data input protection, as well as stronger Web services support, a new user interface for the ARC desktop client, and usability and workflow improvements for the ARC dashboard.