Enterprise management software company BMC Software on Monday launched Chinese, Korean and Japanese versions of Patrol for Internet Services, its flagship Internet management product.
Patrol for Internet Services is designed to help network administrators monitor the performance of Web sites and Web-based applications, providing reports about historical trends, Web site availability and average response times.
Citing growing momentum behind business-to-business electronic commerce in Asia, BMC has tweaked the product to run on platforms and applications in Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean and Japanese, the company said in a statement. BMC has also added location-specific functions, such as individual time and date formats.
Other Patrol products, including Patrol for Microsoft Windows 2000 Servers, Patrol for Unix, Patrol for Oracle and Patrol for Lotus Domino, are already available in Asian Internationalized versions.
BMC also announced on Monday the launch of version 1.2 of Patrol for Internet Services. The new product is designed to be easier to install, and adds tools for measuring user response times for Web-based transactions, the company said.