Paremus and Choreology enable Business Transactions on SOA Grid

Infiniflow and Cohesions combine to bring grid benefits to high-throughput transactional applications.

London, UK, 26th September 2005 – Paremus and Choreology today announced the integration of Cohesions 3.0 business process transaction capabilities into Infiniflow™ - the Enterprise Service Fabric™. The combined solution provides businesses with a high performance, service-oriented, enterprise grid capable of supporting complex business transaction workloads.

"The realization of distributed processing environments able to support high transactional throughput, is now an achievable goal within the data center," said Dr. Richard Nicholson, CTO, Paremus. "The quantifiable resilience characteristics and agility of the Infiniflow fabric, means that clients can migrate away from expensive legacy mainframes to a fully service-oriented distributed solution, safe in the knowledge that the availability and scalability requirements for their critical transaction processing requirements, can not only be met, but frequently exceeded."

Infiniflow is an enterprise service fabric offering distributed grid processing, enterprise messaging and data caching for distributed SOA-based business applications via one convergent solution. Offering true autonomic operation for unparalleled application resilience and dynamic grid resource allocation, Infiniflow delivers a high performance, transactional platform for message-based, data-centric and flow-oriented applications, dramatically improving performance and reliability while reducing TCO.

Choreology Cohesions is the first product to make application-level coordination and process synchronization a reality in today's heterogeneous enterprise. The result of more than $10m R&D investment and four years’ engineering effort, Cohesions significantly enhances the management of business transactions that span and coordinate multiple applications. The rapid movement to real-time processing of partner and customer business transactions, has created applications that touch many existing, business-critical systems within an enterprise and require higher degrees of coordination to avoid costly reconciliation and repairs as a result of avoidable processing breaks or buried failures.

The Infiniflow integration is based on Cohesions 3.0, a recent major functional release of Choreology’s product, which includes support for Jini Transactions and the Java Transaction API (JTA). Transactional interoperation with J2EE application servers allows business transactions to flow into containers, to subordinate JTA transactions and XA resources, and also allows a J2EE application to export transactions to distributed web services and MOM listeners. In addition Cohesions 3.0 is now available as an industrial-strength replacement for the standard JBoss JTA transaction manager.

"Clients leveraging the Infiniflow enterprise service fabric will now be able to realize the cost savings enabled by conventional grid computing, but across a vastly increased range of business applications", said Alastair Green, CEO, Choreology. "We believe that the Paremus execution environment is a real advance on existing ESB, BPM and grid products, and are very pleased to contribute both Jini and business transaction support to the Infiniflow platform."

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