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Entegrity's NetCrusader/EJB Provides EJB App Security

Entegrity Solutions Corp. announced the availability of Entegrity NetCrusader/Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB), parrt of a family of access management solutions for e-business applications. NetCrusader/EJB provides security solutions for BEA Systems WebLogic Server (WLS), Inprise/Borland Application Server (IAS), and other EJB and Java platforms.

NetCrusader/EJB allows organizations to define and institute granular, selective access to EJB applications and related resources. NetCrusader/EJB enhances EJB security with central management of users, groups, security roles, and permissions and provides an administration interface for setting and implementing policies. Maintaining EJB applications is made easier with NetCrusader/EJB, allowing developers to change permissions without shutting down the application. Additionally, the NetCrusader product line provides access management solutions for Web and CORBA-based applications.

Contact Entegrity, (408) 487-8600, www.entegrity.com.

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

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