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Industry Expert and Tidal Software CTO, Martin Milani, to Speak at IMPACT 2008 on How to Successfully Operate Java Applications in a SOA Environment

Industry Expert and Tidal Software CTO, Martin Milani, to Speak at IMPACT 2008 on How to Successfully Operate Java Applications

PALO ALTO, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 03/25/08 -- Tidal Software, a leading provider of application scheduling and performance management software, today announced that CTO Martin Milani will present a track titled "Bringing Business Process Automation to Java and SOA Performance Management" at IMPACT 2008. In addition, Tidal will be featuring the latest version of its WebSphere performance management and automation product, Tidal Intersperse 8.0, at their booth (S3).

Who: Martin Milani, Tidal Software CTO

Where: MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada

What: Impact Smart SOA Conference 2008

When: Wednesday, April 9th from 12:00-1:00 in Room 113

Details: Application monitoring is increasingly crucial to the successful operation of Java applications in SOA environments. The dynamic nature of these applications -- which reflects the dynamic business processes they enable -- requires greater insight into the real time issues impacting their operation and performance to ensure they are meeting service level goals. However, the ultimate goal shouldn't just be better monitoring. Proactive, production-level application performance management needs to become an active element in the application ecosystem, enabling it to automatically identify and correct problems in real time. This session discusses how process automation can combine with detailed performance monitoring to enable self-healing systems, solving a range of performance and availability problems. It concludes with a look at how Performance Automation can ultimately become a part of the business processes themselves to achieve truly autonomic solutions.

About Tidal Software

Tidal Software is a leading provider of application scheduling and performance management software that radically simplifies IT operations by automating and integrating performance and process management. Tidal's solution puts IT operations management into the business process using new levels of automation, visibility, and control over systems. Tidal makes applications such as SAP®, PeopleSoft®, and Oracle E-business Suite(TM) more efficient, reliable, and secure to return greater business value. Tidal also gives IT deep visibility into and precise control over new SOA-based composite solutions consisting of packaged applications and custom components in Microsoft .NET and Java. General Mills, HP, ING Direct, Microsoft, and T-Mobile are among the Tidal customers who use Tidal to reduce operational costs by running IT at higher efficiency rates and containing overall data center footprints. Privately held, Tidal is venture-backed by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Novus Ventures, Panorama Capital, and VantagePoint Venture Partners. For more information, contact Tidal Software at (650) 475-4600 or visit www.tidalsoftware.com.

Tidal Software Logo, Tidal Enterprise Scheduler, Tidal Horizon, Tidal Intersperse, and Expert-in-a-Box are trademarks of Tidal Software, Inc. All other trademarks are those of their respective owners.

For more information contact:

Will Matlack
[email protected]
Web site: http://www.tidalsoftware.com

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