AIMS Innovation : Launches Health Check for Microsoft BizTalk integrations
(Thomson Reuters ONE Via Acquire Media NewsEdge)
Firm offers in-depth performance report to monitor the general health of the
Microsoft BizTalk integration environment
Oslo, Norway (December 6, 2013) - AIMS Innovation, a system monitoring software
company, today announced the launch of Health Check, a performance report of the
BizTalk integration environment.
Health Check focuses primarily on how the BizTalk environment is performing, and
covers a standard set of topics. After the review, clients will receive a report
with recommended actions that should be taken to maintain healthy BizTalk
environment. These recommendations are based on qualitative evaluations and
supported by hard data.
"We are a big believer that the risks of downtime should not be owned solely by
IT and BizTalk consultants," said Marius Storsten, Product Director, AIMS
Innovation. "An effective integration monitoring tool will shine a light on the
organizational risks of downtime, and knowing the general 'health' of your
integration environment can help position systems integration as a strategic
priority within your organization."
About AIMS Innovation
AIMS Innovation is headquartered in Oslo, Norway, and the firm's software is
used in global enterprises within Europe. The company is gaining a foothold in
the US market with its AIMS for BizTalk product, which uses a patented pattern
recognition technology to monitor IT infrastructure connections and flag early
signs of trouble.
To find out more about Health Check, AIMS for BizTalk, AIMS Innovation or
monitoring software in general, contact: Ivar Sagemo
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