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BMC Introduces 2 New e-Business Solutions

BMC Software Inc., a provider of application service assurance solutions, has introduced two Resolve for e-business management solutions.

The Resolve Enterprise Snapshot for SQL-BackTrack provides continuous database availability and enhances database performance by reducing the impact of backup processing from several hours to minutes. Resolve Enterprise Snapshot for SQL-BackTrack also enables true point-in-time recovery of any part of the database or the database as a whole, and does this while minimizing the time to recovery and the resulting administrative burden.

The Resolve High Speed Transaction Recovery provides maximum availability and improved transaction integrity by applying transaction-level updates to the database during recovery. This will leave the database available to users during recovery and will prevent loss of revenue due to downtime. Additionally, Resolve High Speed Transaction Recovery offers refined log analysis, highly specific search abilities, and optimal recovery analysis.

Contact BMC, (800) 841-2031, www.bmc.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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