Systems management companies release new wares

Two companies calling themselves "service-oriented" systems management providers released new or updated products on Monday.

Panacya Inc. issued version 2.4 of its Panacya Service Center, at the BEA eWorld conference, in San Francisco.

Company officials described the release as systems management software powered by analytics. New to Service Center 2.4 is a more solution-oriented approach to monitoring, according to Lou Nardo, director of product development at Panacya.

In this release, Panacya also improved the analytics by arming the software to share data between analytics modules, and simplified customization, officials said.

As part of its solution-oriented approach, Panacya also offered a packaged solution for BEA products, as well as a package for monitoring e-mail.

Indicative Software Inc., meanwhile, announced on Monday that it has licensed software from Agilent Technologies, for auto-discovery, service modeling, security, real-time change and updates, SLA management and a library containing hundreds of tests and measurements.

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