Reveille Software Expands Portfolio of US Patents; Delivers Unprecedented Insight into ECM Business Transactions Awarded another U.S. Patent for identifying business transactions from traffic in enterprise content management systems
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Reveille Software Expands Portfolio of US Patents; Delivers Unprecedented Insight into
ECM Business Transactions
Awarded another U.S. Patent for identifying business transactions from traffic in enterprise
content management systems
ATLANTA – October 20, 2015 – Reveille Software has expanded its portfolio of patents by
revolutionizing the systems and methods of identifying business transactions from the traffic
in enterprise content management (ECM) applications. This is the second patent from the
U.S. Patent & Trademark Office awarded to Reveille, the leading global provider of ECM
application management and monitoring solutions, in less than a year.
“Today’s data-driven organizations have complex infrastructures that manage vast amounts of
structured, semi-structured and unstructured data feeding ECM repositories,” said Brian
DeWyer, CTO of Reveille Software. “To ensure availability and performance in accordance
with service level agreements, Reveille RealTime optimizes ECM applications and provides
visibility into user adoption and usage.”
Reveille RealTime delivers real-time visibility into the performance of individual user transactions
– including actions such as log in, check out document, and more – putting ECM business
context on those transactions. It is an add-on module to Reveille Experience and
Performance Manager (EPM), which manages ECM application platforms such as EMC®
Documentum®, EMC Captiva®, IBM® FileNet® P8 and Kofax.
“With users, local and virtual, expecting immediate access to all critical content, managing the
application’s performance in real-time is crucial to promoting ECM adoption and preventing
loss of productivity,” said Robert Estes, CEO of Reveille Software.
Reveille delivers end-to-end visibility into the response times of individual EMC® Documentum
Foundation Classes (DFC) and Microsoft® SQL Server® transactions. In mid-October,
Reveille released Reveille 7.6, which included suppo