Avada and IBM work together to provide clients innovative technologies to break down the barriers to SOA by providing simple access to existing applications, services, and important data. Avada Software’s flagship product, Infrared360® , provides administration, monitoring, testing,  statistical reporting, and auditing for enterprise middleware platforms. Now Infrared360® is enabled on IBM PureApplication™ System to fundamentally change the experience and economics of IT with built-in expertise, integration by design and a simplified experience.

Recently, IBM announced a new class of expert integrated systems called IBM PureSystems. IBM PureSystems combine the flexibility of a general purpose system, elasticity of cloud and the simplicity of an appliance tuned to a workload — fundamentally changing the experience and economics of IT.  IBM PureApplication, an offering in IBM PureSystems, is a platform system designed and tuned specifically for transactional web and database applications. This workload-aware, flexible platform is designed to be easy to deploy, customize, safeguard and manage.

With Infrared360® enabled on the PureApplication System, you receive a pre-integrated deployment pattern of the Infrared360 application, middleware and virtual system resources. These patterns delivers deployment times up to 20 to 30 times faster than on traditional systems.  By automating key processes, PureApplication expertise can reduce the cost and time required to manage an infrastructure by as much as 35 – 55 percent. Built-in application optimization expertise can reduce the number of unplanned outages by as much as 90 percent or more through best practices and automation of the manual processes identified as outage culprits. Administrators use built-in application elasticity to scale up or to scale down automatically. They use data replication to help ensure high availability. With IBM, these systems can support up to 40 percent more transactions.

Contact Avada Software For more information about Avada’s Infrared360® application pattern on IBM PureApplication System.

Learn more about IBM PureSystems at: http://www.ibm.com/ibm/puresystems