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Prolifics Offers Application Health and Security Assessments to Keep IT Infrastructures Running Smart, Healthy and Fit

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 06/24/09 -- Prolifics, the largest end-to-end systems integrator specializing in IBM technologies, today announced that it offers several free or low-cost application health and security assessments to keep IT infrastructures running smart, healthy and fit. These assessments are valuable to any customer by helping to identify vulnerabilities, security gaps, performance bottlenecks and other potential problem areas. Prolifics is recognized for its technical excellence and commitment to providing customers with award-winning innovative solutions. The health and security assessments currently include:

Prolifics Application Health Assessment -- provides a comprehensive review of specified WebSphere applications. Prolifics targets 1 to 2 key representative applications in pre-production, QA or staging. ITCAM for WebSphere monitors the selected applications identifying bottlenecks, performing data analysis, providing recommendations for tuning and troubleshooting for ideal performance.

Prolifics WebSphere MQ Health and Security Assessment -- a certified MQ Solution Architect conducts an implementation review and check for security gaps/issues. Prolifics will examine and provide analysis on performance and throughput, Queue Manager configurations, error logs/files, outstanding PMRs, version usage and upgrade options/efforts.

Prolifics Web Application Health and Security Assessment -- Prolifics experts will perform a real-time security assessment of selected Web applications, identifying any uncovered risks and providing guidance in the prioritization and remediation steps.

Prolifics WebSphere Process Server Health Assessment -- designed to test and review the reliability and performance of a Process Server implementation. Prolifics will provide the customer with a summary report outlining recommendations based on an implementation review, examination of error logs, files and configurations, version usage and upgrade options/efforts, and outstanding PMRs.

About Prolifics

Founded in 1978, Prolifics is the largest systems integrator specializing in IBM technologies, having garnered awards for technical excellence across IBM's entire software portfolio. A Premier Level IBM Business Partner, Prolifics provides expert services including architectural advisement, design, development, and deployment of end-to-end SOA and Portal solutions. In 2008, Prolifics joined with SemanticSpace Technologies and Arsin Corporation to form SemanticSpace Group -- expanding its global presence and offerings. Prolifics has serviced more than 3,000 customers worldwide across a broad range of industries.

Prolifics is a registered servicemark of JYACC, Inc. d/b/a Prolifics. IBM and WebSphere are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both.

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