Thursday, August 12, 2004

IBM's WebSphere helps automate and improve operations

IBM's WebSphere helps automate and improve operations
IBM WebSphere Business Integration Modeler Version 5 can help companies establish a more detailed roadmap of their business operations. It makes it possible for company management to visualize, design and chart the various operations of their organizations, providing a means for evaluating performance and modifying processes in cases where slow downs or flaws are detected. WebSphere Business Integration Modeler is the only modeling tool built to open standards and based on Eclipse, a universal open source software tool platform, which means it can easily be integrated an organization’s existing architecture. The software is based on BPEL (Business Process Execution Language), an XML-based open standard for defining how to combine Web services to implement business processes, and provides support for WebSphere Business Integration Server Foundation, WebSphere MQ message queuing software and Rational Rose XDE development tools. This open architecture allows customers to work with existing content they may have based on standards like XML or product content like Microsoft Visio, and extend it using WebSphere Business Integration Modeler’s simulation and modeling capabilities. Pricing starts at $1,250 USD and includes one year of maintenance support.

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