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New AES CLEVER TCP/IP 7.1 Enhancements, Including Real-Time Packet Tracing and Service Level Reporting

New AES CLEVER TCP/IP 7.1 Enhancements, Including Real-Time Packet Tracing and Service Level Reporting

ANAHEIM, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 02/28/05 -- SHARE -- Exciting new features for CLEVER TCP/IP deliver operational ease-of-use, provide accounting for charge-backs, simplify packet tracing, and more.

CLEVER TCP/IP uniquely provides continuous proactive measurement of Service Level Performance for thousands of critical resources in real time. Sophisticated and timely Service Level Reporting, crucial to the achievement of Service Level Agreements and successful operation of the enterprise, is an inherent function of CLEVER TCP/IP. It helps performance analysts, operations personnel, network systems programmers, and capacity planners effectively monitor performance and plan for the future.

Today's new enhancements provide additional tools for each of these groups. Its superior performance monitoring makes CLEVER TCP/IP the ultimate choice for large IBM®-hosted data centers undergoing wide scale SNA-TCP/IP migration over to EE, TN3270, FTP, WebSphere, and/or other integral TCP-based Business Services.

A new command interface uniquely enables operational staff to issue direct z/OS-based commands or execute standardized MVS REXX programs without switching over to another mainframe interface, such as TSO or NCCF. A new option allows technicians to use the recall function to avoid the tedious repetition of complex commands, or to schedule commands for repeated execution at pre-defined intervals, reducing the dependency on NetView REXX. Important data needed for charge-backs, including comprehensive metrics for FTP accounting, provide measurement of performance and overheads per file transfer. Simplified real-time packet tracing eliminates the need for complex commands and syntax. CLEVER TCP/IP employs state-of-the-art servlets technology that can be deployed on your existing WebSphere Application Servers or the open-source Apache servers. It does not require any client code or additional hardware or software. It offers superior performance, scalability, portability and redundancy, and eliminates all potential security risks that might exist in a proprietary architecture.

CLEVER TCP/IP 7.1 with the PUT0401 enhancements is required in order to take advantage of the new features described here.

About AES

AES is a privately held company headquartered in Menlo Park, CA. CLEVER(TM) Solutions for Business Service Management from AES offer significant resource savings and productivity gains for today's eCommerce businesses.

Contact:
Kristin Cripe
650-617-2427
[email protected]
www.aesclever.com

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