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Quest Completes BEA Validation Program

Quest Completes BEA Validation Program

The Quest Application Performance Management (APM) Suite for the J2EE platform has completed the BEA Validation Program and is now verified to integrate with BEA WebLogic Platform 8.1. Quest Software’s APM Suite for the J2EE platform helps IT professionals detect and diagnose application performance issues in critical J2EE environments.

Products included within the Quest APM Suite for the J2EE platform are:

  • Foglight, which performs application lifecycle management by monitoring all components of the technology stack that affect service-oriented applications running on the BEA WebLogic Platform;
  • Spotlight for WebLogic Server provides a real-time visual representation of the application, service, and resource usage within WebLogic and diagnoses the root causes of issues;
  • PerformaSure offers an end-to-end transaction-centric view of application performance for deep diagnostics using Quest's Tag-and-Follow technology, allowing users to diagnose performance bottlenecks quickly and easily.

    The BEA Validation Program provides a testing framework to verify the technical readiness of partner solutions that complement, operate with, or extend BEA WebLogic Platform 8.1. Partners can validate the integration of their software applications and solutions with BEA WebLogic Platform 8.1 or the interoperability of Java controls and extensions with BEA WebLogic Workshop 8.1. The BEA Validation Program is open to all partners enrolled in the BEA Partner Program.

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