Systinet Claims to Make Creating SOA Business Services Easier
- By ADT Staff
- October 31, 2005
Systinet announced on Monday the release of version 6.0 of its Systinet Server
product family for creating Java and C++ Web services. The latest releases make
it even easier to develop, test, debug and deploy highly interoperable, reliable
and secure business services that also offer unrivaled performance, scalability
and standards support, Systinet claims.
Numerous improvements are designed so services can be created, deployed and
shared with confidence by enterprise users as part of their SOA initiatives,
or embedded by ISVs in their software products, according to the company. Systinet
Server is a sixth-generation technology adopted by CIBC, T-Mobile, Amazon.com
and the U.S. Department of Defense, as well as ISVs such as BMC Software, FileNet,
Interwoven, Progress Software and Cognos.
According to the company, Systinet Server is a cost-effective solution for
creating, integrating and deploying secure, reliable and high-performance Web
services for Java and C/C++ applications. Improved performance and scalability
mean broader deployment of Web services in performance-sensitive applications,
while reducing reliance on costly acceleration hardware. Systinet Server's configurable
security features ensure complete service and information integrity.
Systinet Server for Java and Systinet Server for C++ are available free for
development and testing; pricing for enterprise deployment starts at $5,000
per CPU. Systinet Developer is free for commercial use.