AdventNet Announces Deep Support For IBM WebSphere In AdventNet ManageEngine, The Unique Graphical Tool for Automated JMX Development

Pleasanton, California., May 6 2002

AdventNet, Inc., (Booth Number 504 at IBM developerWorks Live! and Booth Number 2646 at NetWorld+Interop), the pioneering leader in Java Management Extensions (JMX) based Java application management, announced deep support for the IBM WebSphere application server in its unique AdventNet ManageEngine product.

JMX is the universal, open technology for monitoring and managing Java applications. Owing to its versatility and ease of use, it is increasingly being used by enterprises as the management standard for managing Java and J2EE applications.

AdventNet ManageEngine, based on JMX, is the only product to instantly offer real-time, standards-based and business-oriented manageability for business processes, in addition to applications and middleware infrastructure management. Being a unique developer-oriented product, it has been hailed by customers and analysts as a key tool to bridge the developer-operations divide in application management. In keeping with AdventNet's philosophy of complete openness, AdventNet ManageEngine 5.0 Beta2 is now available for full download at

AdventNet is the acknowledged leader in management standards and protocols such as JMX and SNMP, both in technological strength as well as in market acceptance. Further, by providing one of the first independent implementations of the JMX standard, it has had immense market success with more than 150 customers for its JMX-related products, including most of the major middleware vendors.

The AdventNet ManageEngine ships with advanced functionality such as an embedded Rule Engine to dynamically configure threshold-based notifications , a Security Service to provide fine-grained access control mechanism , a Discovery Service to support dynamically discovering JMX agents etc.,

Based on its recognized expertise, AdventNet has been invited to be a part of standards development initiatives such as JSR 160 (for client side specifications for JMX) and JSR 77 (for J2EE management).

"AdventNet ManageEngine fully reflects our objective of empowering developers to instantly generate enterprise-specific manageability for their applications. It provides deep support for IBM WebSphere as well as BEA WebLogic. Its open standards provide investment protection and ease of integration with third party software. Enterprises can thus avoid closed proprietary architectures that require expensive integration and are also liable to rapidly become obsolete", said Sekar Vembu, President of the Enterprise Solutions Business Unit at AdventNet.

About AdventNet

AdventNet, Inc., the expert in standards-based management software, is a leading vendor of two major lines of management software. For enterprises and software vendors (EAI middleware, J2EE application server and others), it offers a suite of software and solutions empowering end-to-end management of business processes and applications. For networking/telecom equipment vendors, service providers and MSPs, it offers massively scalable, carrier-grade management application server software for provisioning and management of networking infrastructure and services. As a result of being highly customer focused, AdventNet has a worldwide customer base of leading enterprises, EAI middleware, J2EE application server and other application vendors, telecom equipment vendors, service providers, and systems integrators. AdventNet products provide ease of use, reliability, and extensive customizability. They enable superior solutions with a rapid time to market. AdventNet corporate office is located at Pleasanton, CA with offices in NJ, NH, India, China and Japan. It has a well-trained partner base around the globe and thousands of customers world-wide.
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