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November 4, 2010

XCEND introduces new version of MetriX Real-Time dashboard

Faster reaction times to critical aspects of IT operations

By CBR Staff Writer

XCEND, a provider of business intelligence offerings for IT, has unveiled MetriX Real-Time dashboard version 1.1.0.

The company said the new offering provides users faster reaction times to critical aspects of their IT operations. It enables a user to trigger an automated e-mail or text message to any number of specified users whenever a gauge or dial metric exceeds or drops below a pre-determined threshold through a Alerting.

With the help of hyperlink drill-down, users can drill down to a Web page, another dashboard, report, or management console for more in-depth analysis; and through metric cloning, users can save time developing new metrics by cloning the settings of an already- developed metric or dashboard and updating the data source.

MetriX Real-Time Dashboard v1.1.0 supports data sources such as Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle RDBMS, and MySQL, as well as DB2 and Informix database management systems.

MetriX Real has 64-Bit compatibility, which can be used with Windows XP, 2003, 2008, and Windows 7, and it also provides security structure where dashboard identifiers are now generated from globally unique identifiers (GUIDs).

XCEND Group president and CEO Ron Schoenherr said it is sugesstable to rely on dashboard offerings that will not let them proactively manage the most critical aspets of of IT operations, simultaneously maintaining to be transparent thoughout the organisation relating all aspects of planning, strategy, architecture, operations, and quality.

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