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Invitation to NJ Java Users

From: user 8.
Sent on: Tuesday, August 18, 2009 11:59 PM
Members of the NJ Java Meetup are invited to participate in a public beta of a simple, powerful on-demand solution for managing applications. New Relic, Inc., the leading software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider of application performance management solutions, today announced the opening of a public beta program for the latest version of its popular RPM product. The new version can be used to monitor, troubleshoot and tune Java web applications in addition to those developed on Ruby on Rails. RPM, used by more than 2,000 customers, is the industry's first Application Performance Management (APM) product to be offered as a service, making it ideal for managing applications in the Cloud or in the datacenter. More than 600 of New Relic's customers use RPM to manage applications at Amazon and other public and private clouds.

The New Relic Beta Program for Java web application management is now open and continues until the new version is generally available later this year. Beta program participants will work with a fully functioning version of RPM capable of providing 24x7 monitoring and troubleshooting of Java applications. The version will be supported and will be updated frequently throughout the program. Participation is free. Interested organizations may register for the program by visiting Space for the beta is limited and interested companies are advised to register early to insure participation in the program.

Mike Malloy
New Relic, Inc.

Twitter: NewRelic

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