MetiLinx and Digital Evolution are joining forces to bring the benefits of utility computing to web services.
The companies are defining utility computing as the ability to manage and allocate network resources according to specific guidelines.
The MetiLinx/Digital Evolution Adaptive Web Services management product provides for services-oriented architecture management and real-time management and provisioning of web services, the companies said.
The solution combines MetiLinx iSystem Enterprise 3.1 and Digital Evolution's Management Server 2.1.5. Digital Evolution is providing the ability to secure and simplify web services management while MetiLinx provides real-time intelligence and analysis and infrastructure management.
The combined offering from the two companies enables service-level agreement compliance and management that dynamically adjusts to meet service thresholds. It also offers web services capacity on demand and load balancing.
The integration Adaptive Web Services Management product is to be available next week, with prices starting at $150,000 (£92,462).
Paul Krill writes for InfoWorld