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2011-05-04 07:14:00

BOSTON, May 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- OC Systems, Inc. has released Version 3 of RootCause Transaction Instrumentation (RTI). RTI is a deep-dive performance monitoring and diagnostic tool for JBoss that captures the actual end-user experience, starting at the browser, and lets performance engineers, testers or developers drill down into slow transactions to identify the root-cause of performance problems. RTI is available in two editions: RTI Web, which is available for free, measures...

2011-01-18 14:15:00

FAIRFAX, Va., Jan. 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- OC Systems, Inc. has released the beta version of RootCause Transaction Instrumentation (RTI) 3.0. RTI is a deep-dive performance monitoring and diagnostic tool that helps performance engineers, software developers, performance testers and operations resolve complex performance problems that affect the end-user experience. RTI collects response time data for web-based applications and allows users to drill down into transactions through the...

2009-10-19 07:00:00

FAIRFAX, Va., Oct. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- OC Systems, Inc. announced the release of Version 2 of RootCause Transaction Instrumentation for Internet Explorer (RTI/IE). RTI/IE is used to resolve performance problems for complex web-based software applications. It provides a non-intrusive way to record transactions that are initiated within Internet Explorer and analyze end-user response times to quickly identify the root cause of slowness in hard-to-debug web applications. Software testers,...

2009-06-30 07:15:00

FAIRFAX, Va., June 30 /PRNewswire/ -- OC Systems, Inc. announced the release of Version 5 of Aprobe, the company's flagship instrumentation software. Software engineers use Aprobe to instrument software applications in the post-development environment. With Aprobe, they can rapidly isolate, diagnose and resolve complex application problems that are hard to track down with other debugging tools. Aprobe 5 expands the platforms the software runs on to include two real-time operating systems...

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