Sonic Software revs enterprise service bus
Sonic Software today announced Sonic ESB 7.0, an upgrade to the company’s SOA platform. It brings the Sonic Workbench to the Eclipse IDE; incorporates support for advanced Web services standards WS-Reliable Messaging, WS-Security, WS-Addressing, and WS-Policy; and introduces a lighter-weight approach to high availability through a new mode in the Continuous Availability Architecture, which the company says provides highly reliable and available brokered communications without the latency of persistent messaging. Sonic ESB 7.0 will be available in April.
Sonic ESB 7.0, Sonic Software Nsite 6.0 tools the on-demand SMB
Nsite, a SaaS (software as a service) provider specializing in sales quote, proposal, and channel management applications, has launched Nsite 6.0. Aimed at SMBs, the browser-based, AJAX-enabled application platform now includes the Nsite Application Builder, a hosted, drag-and-drop development environment that allows you to build process-driven applications from scratch without programming. Application Builder supports object reuse, bidirectional Web services integration with Salesforce.com and Siebel CRM On Demand, real-time dashboards, rule-based workflow, and application testing and versioning. Nsite 6.0 is available immediately and costs $40 per user per month.
Nsite 6.0, Nsite Mirapoint ships appliance for messaging compliance
Mirapoint last week announced an e-mail and IM archiving appliance, called ComplianceVault, that allows administrators to set policies for indexing and organizing messages based on sender, recipient, role or department within the organization, and keyword content. According to the company, ComplianceVault can exclude spam and viruses from message archives, and it can aggregate messages from top executives, the HR department, IM, external e-mail addresses, or mobile devices into separate archives. ComplianceVault is available now and priced below $15,000 including 1TB of storage.
ComplianceVault, Mirapoint Azaleos launches disaster recovery service for Exchange
Azaleos last week released the Azaleos Full Fidelity Disaster Recovery solution, a hosted service that works with the Azaleos OneServer, the company’s high-availability Exchange Server 2003 appliance, and OneStop managed service, which provides around-the-clock monitoring and maintenance of the Exchange environment. The disaster recovery solution ensures Exchange will be functioning with a full Active Directory structure in place within one hour of server failure. Azaleos is also upgrading its core Exchange management offering with assured Exchange backups, guaranteed on-site upgrade to Exchange 12, and 99.999 percent uptime for Exchange. Basic pricing of an additional OneServer appliance for Azaleos Full Fidelity Disaster Recovery solution is $30,000. The cost per user per seat is flexible, depending on the level of capabilities.
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