Pegasystems has announced availability of a new release of its SmartBPM Suite featuring built-in design and implementation support. SmartBuild BPM release provides real-time feedback for software designers including, for example, an analysis of best-practice class structures and flexible property controls. By monitoring solutions while they are being developed, customers are able to ensure ongoing optimal results. The release also includes ongoing enhancements for J2EE architects, including a new EJB (enterprise java bean) interface to the business-rules services, published rule services APIs to make it even easier for Java application developers to embed Pegasystems rules functionality in disparate applications typical in deployments that start with business rules, improved J2EE specific fail-over and reliability support for massively scaled solutions across a cluster of J2EE application servers.
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