AmberPoint readies Java Web services tool

Web services management software vendor AmberPoint Inc. on Wednesday announced Java versions of its AmberPoint Express developer tool for monitoring and debugging Web services.

AmberPoint Express provides monitoring and management capabilities to ensure that Web services meet enterprise standards for performance and reliability, the company said. AmberPoint Express is a free developer's edition of the company's Web services management solutions, providing monitoring and diagnostic capabilities for developers to gain insight in the runtime characteristics of their Web services in pre-production environments, AmberPoint said.

Initial Java versions are being built for the IBM Corp. WebSphere, BEA Systems Inc. WebLogic and Apache Axis platforms and will be generally available in the first quarter of 2004.

A version of the product for the Microsoft Corp. .Net Framework was announced in October.

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Paul Krill

InfoWorld

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