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ActiveVOS 6.0.2 Reduces Bottlenecks in Process Performance

Visual orchestration system delivers capabilities for improved operational visibility

Active Endpoints has announced the general availability of ActiveVOS 6.0.2, in response to ever increasing demands for improved process performance and efficiencies. ActiveVOS is an all-in-one, 100% standards-based orchestration and business process management system (BPM) that permits developers, business analysts and enterprises to develop and manage true services-oriented architecture (SOA)-based applications.

ActiveVOS 6.0.2's new features build on existing capabilities that free developers and enterprises from the costs and complexity of overweight, proprietary BPM tools. Service level reporting provides a granular perspective into average process response time, giving users the opportunity to identify and respond to bottlenecks that affect overall process performance. New reporting capabilities include a summary of the response time of the top 10 activities of the process, allowing operations staff to optimize running processes. Rich scheduling options offer greater freedom and flexibility in defining the frequency of process execution using any combination of months, weeks, days, hours, minutes and seconds.

Previously, ActiveVOS made it possible for developers to reuse plain old Java objects (POJOs) as native web services, providing the ability to invoke stateless Java objects directly from a process. ActiveVOS 6.0.2 now includes the ability for Java objects to maintain state, significantly increasing the number of use cases that can be fulfilled using ActiveVOS's POJO capabilities.

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