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Correlsense Announces SharePath for IBM WebSphere Message Broker, Improves Service-Level Management, Error Identification and Bottleneck Isolation

Granular Visibility Into Each and Every Message Flow Execution Provides Detailed Logging, Improves Error Detection, and Automates Mapping for Enterprise Service Buses, Connected Applications and Services

FRAMINGHAM, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/11/13 -- Correlsense, a leading IT monitoring software company, today introduced SharePath for IBM® WebSphere Message Broker (WMB). This latest enhancement to SharePath 3.0, the company's enterprise-class APM solution for managing complex interconnected applications, is ideal for any organization relying on IBM middleware for its transactional backbone.

As applications become increasingly connected, businesses are employing Enterprise Service Buses (ESBs) to handle the communications between disparate applications and services. Using an ESB, however, introduces new management challenges. They are often decoupled from the core application and execute business logic and code which adds complexity while increasing the time to detect and isolate performance issues. Unlike other middleware management solutions that focus on infrastructure monitoring, SharePath for IBM WebSphere Message Broker offers more granular visibility into the complete flow of individual message flows into, within and out of the ESB. This provides indisputable proof about where performance problems and errors occur, whether within message broker, in which node, or within the backend services or applications.

SharePath follows each message flow through its nodes and external services, and logs all this detailed information in a scalable big data repository, including parameters, values and exception errors of each execution. In addition to extensive built-in logging, auditing, and tracking of all messages, SharePath provides trending and change analysis to track performance over time.

SharePath for WebSphere Message Broker gives middleware owners, IT operations and production support teams the ability to quickly understand dependencies and identify middleware bottlenecks. Most notably, SharePath for IBM WebSphere Message Broker:

  • Enables IT operations teams to easily find "lost messages" by any search criteria through a simple full-text search.
  • Provides the most accurate bottleneck detection on the market today by tracking and logging every single message flow across its execution, including usage of external services and resources, and shows whether bottlenecks are within WMB or outside of it.
  • Automatically detects all message flows and their external dependencies to provide an always up-to-date dependency mapping. No manual configuration is required when message flows are updated or new message flows are deployed.

"SharePath for IBM WebSphere Message Broker empowers organizations to gain control over a critical enterprise component," said Nir Livni, VP of Products. "Organizations using SharePath no longer have to build extensive, costly and error-prone logging and tracking mechanisms to understand what happened to a specific message and whether it succeeded or failed."

SharePath for IBM WebSphere Message Broker is available immediately as a standalone offering or as a part of a complete end-to-end APM solution based on SharePath 3.0. More information can be found at http://www.correlsense.com/solutions/business-need/sharepath-for-ibm-websphere-message-broker/

About Correlsense
Correlsense develops application performance management and IT monitoring software. It is the APM product of choice for business and IT operations managers that rely on complex and critical enterprise applications. Correlsense paints a complete and dynamic picture of IT service levels and performance for applications that span mobile, SaaS, cloud, data center and legacy mainframes. Correlsense was founded in 2005, is privately held and SharePath customers include some of the world's largest financial, telecom and retail firms. For more information, visit www.correlsense.com.

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Correlsense
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Fresh Ground, Inc.
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