London, UK, 11th November 2005 â Paremus, an innovator in distributed computing and enterprise service fabrics, today announced the availability of Infiniflowâ¢ 2.0. In an integrated, Java-based software platform deployed on a grid computing infrastructure, Infiniflow ESF delivers a unique combination of exceptional performance, high availability and unparalleled application agility not found in other grid software products.
Infiniflow capabilities include:
â¢ Fully autonomic operation for maximum application resilience and reduced system management costs.
â¢ Comprehensive support for business transaction management to bring the cost advantages of grid computing to traditional transaction data processing environments.
â¢ Resource virtualization to maximize utilization of computing infrastructure resources.
â¢ Dynamic application evolution to ensure business service availability even during application upgrades.
â¢ Simplified application development that eliminates conventional programming complexity for distributed applications and leverages widely available Java skills.
Unlike most 'stove-piped' compute grids, the Infinflow enterprise service fabric supports concurrent execution of a wide range of application types including:
â¢ Transactional business processing
â¢ Application integration
â¢ Computational grid processing
â¢ Enterprise messaging
â¢ Enterprise data caching
"Resources are dynamically shared across all applications on the service fabric based on the relative priority of each application, eliminating the resource redundancies often found when conventional grid products are installed," said Dr. Richard Nicholson, Paremus CTO and co-founder.
"For the first time, users will be able to easily develop and deploy a wide range of grid-enabled applications on a resilient, enterprise-wide service fabric," said Gary Ebersole, CEO of Paremus. "Infiniflow brings the benefits of grid computing to the whole enterprise, not just a limited set of computationally-intensive applications."