GRIDAPP SYSTEMS LAUNCHES PATCHWORKS FOR PATCHING DATABASES.
"Today's enterprises are under pressure to keep pace with an increasing number of patches, and nowhere is this more important than an organization's mission-critical database infrastructure," said Matthew Zito, chief scientist at GridApp Systems. "With the introduction of Patchworks, GridApp provides organizations with an easy way to ensure their systems are quickly and securely patched according to company standards and best practices. By testing and validating patches before they are deployed, Patchworks significantly increases the efficiency of the patching process, while providing organizations with the peace of mind that their database environments are highly secure."
Patchworks is a stand-alone service focused exclusively on streamlining the patching process. Instead of spending weeks scanning for patches, building workflow, pouring over lengthy "Read Me" files, and testing patches against existing environments, Patchworks assumes the burden by providing automated patch customization, patch validation, and a simple one-click patch deployment. Regardless of the size or frequency of the required patching job, Patchworks makes the process quick, safe, and more predictable. Companies can now patch with more confidence while reducing time and administrative costs.
Patchworks supports Oracle and MS SQL Server and is available immediately on an annual subscription basis. Pricing and information can be found at http://www.clicknpatch.com. Interested parties may also contact GridApp Systems at 646/452-4100.
About GridApp Systems
GridApp Systems is a leading provider of database automation solutions to help businesses gain control of their heterogeneous database infrastructures. Currently supporting hundreds of customer installations worldwide, across multiple industries such as financial services, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, education, eCommerce, and technology, GridApp's market leading products and services have helped businesses deploy and better manage their critical database assets.
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|Date:||Aug 1, 2007|
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