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JaxView and jUDDI for End-to-End SOA Governance Solution

JaxView integrates with jUDDI

Managed Methods Inc. a leader in SOA visibility and SOA runtime governance on Wednesday announced the integration with Apache jUDDI. Managed Methods excels in lightweight and cost effective governance and visibility solutions that compliment registry and repository products.

Managed Method’s JaxView offers various deployments for managing SOA and cloud environments including proxy, patent pending agent-less and agent based.

 

“The jUDDI registry integration was an important addition and request from our customers. This integration will allow companies with smaller budget to govern their SOA life cycle from design to production at a cost-effective yet comprehensive manner.” states Al Aghili Chief Technology Officer of Managed Methods Inc.

“jUDDI integration is part of a close integration of JaxView with other design time governance solutions from other leading software vendors such as IBM, Oracle and Software AG.” States Aghili. 

JaxView’s and jUDDI integration includes:

• Closed loop publishing of policies, such as security and routing policies to jUDDI as WS-Policy attachments.
• Reading of new policies from jUDDI repository and enforcing them at runtime automatically with JaxView
• Being able to modify SLA policies from either jUDDI and push them down to JaxView or pushing modified SLA policies into jUDDI
• Attaching service status reports and enforcement results such as authentication failures to the service asset within jUDDI
• Closed loop governance with jUDDI registry and repository.

For a free 2 week evaluation of JaxView go to www.managedmethods.com

About JaxView:
JaxView provides architects and IT operations teams with practical, cost-effective tools for monitoring and managing standards-based (SOAP) and REST Web services. JaxView delivers agentless web services management, web services availability monitoring, and service governance. JaxView downloads and installs as a single package for ease of deployment. It is built on a thin-client, server-based application architecture that is accessed and managed using a Web browser. A fully-functional evaluation version of JaxView can be downloaded from www.managedmethods.com .

About Managed Methods:
Managed Methods is a Web service management company that is focused on the needs of IT operation. Our flagship product JaxView is easily installed and integrated. We have used our numerous years of IT operation experience to build a product that fits the fast pace and rapid implementation requirements of operations environment. Every aspect of JaxView from integration, metric engine, alerting, data persistent, and aggregation is customizable. It is easily installed and implemented with very low signature. In a nutshell this is a tool built for the operation by the operation. No matter what stage of SOA implementation you are JaxView can help you deploy, manage, and secure your Web service and J2EE enabled applications. 

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Julie Cobb is the Director of Sales and Business Development at Managed Methods.

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