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Active Reasoning IT Governance Automation Solution Optimized for IBM AIX Multiprocessor Systems.

The Active Reasoning Platform Offers Unparalleled Support for IBM Technologies.

PALO ALTO, Calif. -- Active Reasoning, a leading provider of IT Governance Automation solutions, today announced that it has completed high-end multiprocessor optimization for its IT Governance Automation Platform on the IBM AIX operating system. AIX multiprocessor optimization is a continuation of Active Reasoning's ongoing development efforts to offer the industry's most complete and efficient IT Controls Automation platform for IBM technology infrastructures.

In order to meet the challenges for monitoring large, heavily loaded systems, Active Reasoning has optimized both process and file monitoring on the AIX multiprocessor platform. Chuck Price, Active Reasoning's Vice President of Engineering explains, "Our unique approach provides our customers with the maximum ability to observe user events with the minimum burden possible on host system performance."

Active Reasoning is very committed to offering broad and deep integration with IBM technologies so that customers can fully address all policy control and reporting requirements. In addition to AIX, Active Reasoning's extensive IBM monitoring includes the IBM System z and, System i platforms, z/OS and z/Linux operating systems as well as IBM DB2 and WebSphere MQ middleware.

As a member of IBM's PartnerWorld program, Active Reasoning closely monitors technical details and developments and leverages IBM resources to enhance its product and services. Active Reasoning most recently took advantage of the testing facilities at the IBM Innovation Center located in San Mateo, California to complete its multiprocessor optimization for AIX.

About Active Reasoning

With its products installed in 59 countries on six continents, Active Reasoning is a leading provider of IT Governance Automation solutions. The Active Reasoning IT Controls Automation Platform operationalizes standards such as ITIL and COBIT, detecting, validating, and reporting unauthorized changes and out-of-policy actions on the IT infrastructure to help Fortune 500 clients meet SLAs, mitigate operational risk, and reduce expenses. This is made possible by the combination of Active Reasoning's Policy Mapping Database[TM], event-based collection of the who, what, when, and where of user actions, and a correlation engine providing real-time policy review and validation. Active Reasoning is backed by top-tier venture partners including ComVentures, ArrowPath Venture Partners, ONSET Ventures, and InterWest Partners. For more information, visit the company's website at

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Date:Dec 19, 2006
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