|By Business Wire||
|March 13, 2014 09:04 AM EDT|
SL Corporation®, a leading provider of application and service-level system monitoring solutions, today announced the availability of RTView® Core version 6.3. This latest release includes significant enhancements to the RTView Historian, as well as to performance as it relates to data compaction, enabling the development of even more robust custom monitoring solutions.
“RTView Core is an incredibly rich platform for sophisticated real-time monitoring systems, and is integral to the entire RTView suite of products,” said Tom Lubinski, founder and CEO of SL Corporation. “The enhancements that we built into this latest release are the result of our work with customers deploying RTView in large, complex and demanding environments.”
RTView Core is a real-time data management system that provides the processing engine and presentation capabilities for large-scale distributed monitoring and control applications. It sits at the center of the entire suite of RTView product components, including the RTView Enterprise Monitor and its many pluggable Solution Packages. It consists of both a Real-Time Data Engine and a suite of development tools.
Enhancements to this latest version of RTView Core include the following:
- Historian enhanced to better support multiple and varied databases
- Performance enhancements added to ensure that data compaction can be performed with large volumes of historical data
- RTView Builder enhanced to specify a template for all new created displays
- Role-based customization enhanced
- Cross-domain iframe and animated GIFs in table cells and objects added for thin client deployment
The RTView Core Real-Time Data Engine is a powerful run-time system that delivers extensive and scalable features for data collection, analysis, visualization and distribution of real-time monitoring data.
The RTView Core Development Tools include the RTView Builder, a powerful interactive development environment for the rapid creation of diverse, interactive, and sophisticated data presentations that automatically update to reflect the state of dynamic data tables that reside in the Data Engine.
Taken together, these features provide developers, system integrators, and OEMs with a complete set of capabilities and many options for implementing rich and often customized monitoring solutions. This is useful in those situations where a project requires that the RTView Enterprise Monitor or Solution Packages be extended, or a completely custom monitoring solution be developed.
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