Opalis Updates Integration Server with Version 5.5
Latest release features console for unattended and attended workflow execution
Opalis Software Inc. has released version 5.5 of its Integration Server product that is designed to cut down on both operating costs and human error.
Version 5.5 features an online, AJAX-based "operator's console" that gives users a view into automations throughout their enterprise. According to a company press release, the operator's console is also the market's first tool that allows for automation "with options for attended or unattended execution of workflows."
Other features in the latest version include a customizable "executive dashboard" that lets users analyze the status of processes, ROI and SLA attainment; and expanded data center management capabilities, which include the ability to manage several data centers and customers "from a single deployment."
"The new features of the Opalis Integration Server provide a way of interacting with automated processes that is not available in any other solution on the market today," said Charles Crouchman, Opalis' chief technology officer, in a company press release.
"With this release, we deliver the most comprehensive automation solution to meet the needs of enterprises worldwide, ensuring decreased costs and increased productivity of IT, while enforcing compliant best practices aimed at improving performance and availability of all critical business applications," Crouchman said.
For more information, go to http://www.opalis.com.
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