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Mercury Interactive Unveils New Web Management Solution

Mercury Interactive Corp. released Topaz 2.0, a Web application performance management solution that can correlate end-users' performance issues to the source of the problem.

Topaz 2.0 displays results in graphical format with reporting available via a Web browser. Topaz identifies and pinpoints the location or server having problems, determines what those problems are, and alerts administrators so they can be resolved.

New features in Topaz 2.0 include transaction performance breakdown, which discloses the time spent on the network versus server for each transaction to focus resolution efforts and expertise on either network or server. WebTrace isolates slow segments on the network and Internet to provide a breakdown of network time by "hop" and determine the location of bottlenecks on the network. Component analysis generates reports that break down page performance measurement to each component of the URL, and reports display the page components for easy identification of problems.

Contact Mercury Interactive, (408) 822-5200, www.merc-int.com.

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

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