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Wily Portal Manager 5/0 Supports BEA WebLogic Portal

Wily Portal Manager 5/0 Supports BEA WebLogic Portal

Wily Technology has announced Wily Portal Manager 5.0 for BEA WebLogic Portal, expanding the industry's first and only family of enterprise portal management solutions. Wily Portal Manager is integral to the company's strategy to provide customers with the best means for managing the performance and availability of application platform suites.

Enterprise portals are increasingly becoming the vehicle of choice for providing customers, employees and partners with greater access to critical resources and information. Portals rely on a process-driven, platform-independent architecture that is ideal for integrating a wide range of services and applications - all accessible through a single, browser-based login. Wily Portal Manager for BEA WebLogic Portal is the industry's only comprehensive solution specifically designed to monitor enterprise WebLogic Portal applications and the back-end systems to which they connect.

Wily Portal Manager provides out-of-the box, customizable dashboards, alerts and visibility into the availability and performance of portal applications. It is designed to simplify the challenge of isolating portal problems by summarizing portal performance and identifying key workflow areas. Portal administrators can immediately pinpoint the root cause of performance problems and address issues before users are impacted.

Key features of Wily Portal Manager 5.0 include:

  • Real-time monitoring of internal portal activity in the production environment to ensure maximum portal availability;
  • Comprehensive visibility into the BEA WebLogic Portal as well as connections to critical back-end systems such as databases, mainframes, and third-party applications;
  • Customizable dashboards that summarize overall portal health and promptly indicate problem areas within the workflow;
  • Automated threshold alarms so that portal performance issues can be identified proactively before they impact users; and
  • An extensible portal monitoring solution that supports standard management applications and infrastructures.

    Wily Portal Manager 5.0 for BEA WebLogic Portal will be available in the second quarter of 2004. For more information, please go to www.wilytech.com/solutions/products/PortalManager_BEA.html.

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