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ClearApp Demonstrates Strong Customer Momentum for Model-Driven Management of Complex Composite Applications

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Jan. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- ClearApp (http://www.clearapp.com), a provider of comprehensive application service management (ASM) for J2EE-based composite applications, today announced that its most recent fiscal quarter witnessed numerous deployments of QuickVision with both new and existing customers across a diverse range of vertical markets. In FY Q3 2008, ClearApp added or expanded relationships with a number of companies such as Abbot Laboratories and Health Partners. This marks another quarter of significant growth for the company and its model-driven approach to managing today's complex business applications.

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Jan. 14 /PRNewswire/ — ClearApp (http://www.clearapp.com), a provider of comprehensive application service management (ASM) for J2EE-based composite applications, today announced that its most recent fiscal quarter witnessed numerous deployments of QuickVision with both new and existing customers across a diverse range of vertical markets. In FY Q3 2008, ClearApp added or expanded relationships with a number of companies such as Abbot Laboratories and Health Partners. This marks another quarter of significant growth for the company and its model-driven approach to managing today's complex business applications.

"We're seeing strong cross-industry demand from IT organizations for better control and visibility into the myriad business processes managed by today's complex applications," explains Jason Donahue, president and CEO of ClearApp. "Companies are increasingly seeking a model-based solution such as ours as a standard approach to IT systems management of heterogeneous SOA and J2EE environments. It's not enough to simply monitor any more; customers are coming to us for the business-level context behind application performance problems."

Major enterprises that obtained or expanded use of ClearApp last quarter include Accredited Home Lenders, Alibris, Manpower, Republic Indemnity, Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLC, and other customers through partner relationships. The third quarter also saw the introduction of QuickVision 7.5 and its cross-platform support for the latest versions of Oracle(R) (http://www.oracle.com) SOA Suite, IBM(R)(http:www.ibm.com)

WebSphere 6.1 and BEA(R) (http://www.bea.com) WebLogic. Following on the heels of that announcement, ClearApp received accolades in research reports by Gartner, Enterprise Management Associates, and Enterprise Strategy Group.

ClearApp QuickVision's modeling technology provides customers a top-down topology of their SOA and J2EE applications across heterogeneous platforms. From this unique visual model, IT users can see the associations between different application components from both a performance and business process flow perspective with drill-down visibility. This end-to-end application performance management solution provides problem management from a single console with root cause analysis and trending to isolate bottlenecks and diagnose SOA application performance problems within a business context.

About ClearApp

ClearApp, Inc. is a provider of comprehensive application service management (ASM) for J2EE-based composite applications. Based on unique service modeling technology, ClearApp QuickVision helps customers quickly gain control of their application performance by providing instant, comprehensive visibility, automatic management configuration and application change detection. Headquartered in Mountain View, Calif., ClearApp can be reached at (650) 967-1212 or at http://www.clearapp.com.

ClearApp and QuickVision are registered trademarks of ClearApp, Inc. All other company, brand and product names may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.

Media Contact: Maria Krinsky Kickstart for ClearApp (415) 509-0498 or (512) 804-5419 mkrinsky@kickstartconsulting.com

SOURCE ClearApp, Inc.

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