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Techout.com Expands With Virtual Appliance


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Techout.com, Inc. has announced the launch of its Virtual Web Monitoring Appliance, a dedicated solution that ensures an organization’s key internal and external web applications, — URLs, business transactions and SOAP web services — run as intended using 24/7 automated monitoring and troubleshooting. Techout.com is leveraging rPath’s rBuilder® and the rPath® Appliance Platform to assist businesses in minimizing slowdowns and outages of internal mission-critical web-based applications by identifying performance issues and aiding in their resolution.

Information about Techout.com is available at http://www.techout.com

According to Techout.com founder and Chief Technology Officer John D’Esposito, using virtual technology speeds users’ ability to install and deploy the appliance. Says D’Esposito,“Today’s virtual appliance technology eliminates long, complex, and often expensive installation and configuration cycles for customers. Because our virtual monitoring solution is pre-built, pre-configured, and ready-to-run inside a virtual machine, customers on a variety of platforms will find it eliminates the downsides of traditional software installation and maintenance. Collaborating with rPath enables us to reduce costs, streamline deployments, and provide the highest quality products and services to Technet customers.”

Techout.com’s Virtual Web Monitoring Appliance uses the company’s patent-pending Variable Simultaneous Angulation (VSA) technology to continuously monitor the responsiveness of a company’s internal and external web applications. This embedded VSA technology offers unparalleled accuracy in detecting and identifying problems, using the industry’s first cluster member failure detection — one of the most difficult types of failures to detect.

The Virtual Web Monitoring Appliance was developed in partnership with rPath, the first provider of a platform that transforms applications into virtual appliances. Together, rPath’s rBuilder and the rPath Appliance Platform are enabling Techout.com to consistently deliver its remotely-deployed and sophisticated web monitoring platform, while reducing maintenance costs and providing best-in-class service to its worldwide customers.

“Virtual appliances are the new de-facto application architecture for delivering applications to customers on premise, or on-demand,” said Billy Marshall, founder and CEO of rPath. “Virtual appliances created with rPath’s technology have already enabled hundreds of leading application providers like Techout.com to expand into new markets, open new channels of distribution and reduce development costs"

For more information on the Virtual Web Monitoring Appliance, call Techout.com at (732) 530-3320 or visit http://www.techout.com.

About rPath®
For application providers that want to accelerate license growth, expand into new markets, and reduce support and development costs, rPath’s platform transforms applications into virtual appliances. A virtual appliance is an application combined with just enough operating system (JeOS) for it to run optimally in any virtualized environment. Virtual appliances eliminate the hassles of installing, configuring and maintaining complex application environments. Only rPath’s technology simplifies application distribution, lowers the customer service costs of maintenance and management, and produces multiple virtual machine formats. The company is headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina. For more information, visit http://www.rpath.com.

About Techout.com, Inc. (www.techout.com)
Techout.com, Inc. is an internet performance engineering company that helps customers deliver scalable, reliable, and responsive web systems through proprietary technology that monitors and measures key performance indicators. The company, based in Red Bank, NJ, was founded by John Dsposito, who brings extraordinary experience in large-scale Internet application architecture, deployment, scalability and availability. As a consultant to the IBM Corporation, he is named on several patents, including IBM Patent # 6965938, which pioneered n-tiered web infrastructures for clustering servers for performance and load balancing.


Techout.com, Inc.
20 Broad Street, Suite 2N
Red Bank, NJ 07701
Ph: 732-530.3320



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