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Nexaweb Brings Java-Driven RIA Functionality to TeamQuest Performance Software

Goal is to Help Customers Overcome Client/Server-to-Web Migration Hurdles

Nexaweb Technologies has been selected by TeamQuest Corporation to incorporate Nexaweb's Rich Internet Application (RIA) functionality into the TeamQuest Performance Software suite. After carefully evaluating competitive RIA products, TeamQuest chose Nexaweb Platform 4.0 to help its customers improve data performance via the Internet.

“Our Performance Software contains rich functionality that enables enterprises to proactively manage, monitor and analyze complex IT systems by identifying potential issues before they occur,” said Mike Ellis (left), executive vice president of sales and marketing of TeamQuest. “Nexaweb allows us to bring the same functionality onto the Web without compromising the performance and features our customers are accustomed to.”

TeamQuest Performance Software enables some of the world’s largest companies to overcome data center issues, such as capacity planning, server consolidation, system reliability, configuration changes and workload optimization, the company says. Key features of TeamQuest On the Web, include:

· Access to system performance anytime, anywhere through a standard browser;
· Automatic distribution of performance management reports to a variety of users through the Web; and
· Analysis of real-time and historical performance of servers, applications, etc.

“Today’s enterprises face significant hurdles when trying to migrate client-server applications to the Web without sacrificing performance and functionality,” said Coach Wei (left), CTO and founder of Nexaweb. “It’s even more difficult migrate applications that handle large amounts of business-critical data in highly diverse, distributed network environments. This is our area of expertise and we are extremely pleased to help TeamQuest fulfill their own customers’ RIA requirements.”

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JDJ News Desk 01/04/06 03:08:07 PM EST

'Today's enterprises face significant hurdles when trying to migrate client-server applications to the Web without sacrificing performance and functionality,' said Coach Wei, CTO and founder of Nexaweb. 'It's even more difficult to migrate applications that handle large amounts of business-critical data in highly diverse, distributed network environments. This is our area of expertise and we are extremely pleased to help TeamQuest fulfill their own customers' RIA requirements.'