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September 15, 2010

Microgen revamps Aptitude software

Launches three new modules for its business process platform

By CBR Staff Writer

Microgen has launched three new modules for its business process platform, Aptitude, to provide performance improvements on the capability of the product.

The company said that the new modules build on the performance and functionality of Aptitude Version 3.0, introduced in June 2010.

The new module DBClarity provides performance improvements to database-intensive applications.

Through its graphical interface, the new module addresses one of the major functional weaknesses of current in-database analytics which are written in the database language resulting in a lack of transparency and auditability for non-programmers.

DBClarity enables a business to address this weakness and develop high performance in-database analytical applications via a graphical interface.

Microgen said that the new PerformancePLUS module delivers transaction processing speeds that are up to a further 30% faster.

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The new Business Process Diagram (BPD) & service oriented architecture (SOA) orchestration module enables SOA orchestration from entities within the BPD providing the ability to merge new and old technologies, such as the integration of cloud services with legacy systems.

The firm said that with BPD & SOA Orchestration, both IT and business users can now build and deploy applications quickly within a SOA environment.

Microgen COO David Sherriff said that these new modules for Aptitude maintain Microgen’s technology leadership position at the forefront of high volume processing in complex transaction environments.

"Furthermore, in-database analytics are increasingly being adopted as a necessary development to increase performance of database-intensive applications and Microgen has addressed one of the major limitations of current market solutions." Sherriff said.

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