Netflexity is a privately held software engineering and information technology services firm based out of Philadelphia, PA in the USA.
Qflex is a middleware management product that allows end users to have better visibility over their middleware infrastructure. To keep business critical applications on-line at all times is to prepare for unforeseen circumstances in advance and react effectively in real time.
Qflex enables companies to track performance, detect problems and troubleshoot messaging environments that utilize IBM Middleware technologies.
Qflex provides a WEB interface for business and Admin users. Available reporting schedules can be used by any Qflex user to get customized reports sent in a requested period of time or per provided flagged criteria.
The latest available product features:
- Export/Import data available in XML format
- User dashboard with create/edit application, view message distribution, view application alerts abilities, topology discovery
- All MQ libraries changed to MQ v.7
- Different dashboards for Admins and Business users
- Tomcat version was upgraded to v6.0.32
- Distribution packages now comes in x86 and x64 versions
- Cloud-enabled. Available as AWS AMI.
- Optimized configuration change tracking with MQ change events.
- Qflex heartbeat monitor to monitor the product itself.
- Optimized query and storage performance with Apache SOLR
Qflex is a real time WebSphere MQ and WebSphere Message Broker monitoring package. Qflex is different from other similar software implementations because it is agentless, runs as single tier component, extremely easy to use, has built in BAM(Business Activity Monitoring) features such as queue throughput collections. The application runs as a web based component on virtually any operating system that supports Java. Qflex also supports all major databases such as Oracle, DB2, MS SQL Server and MySQL. Qflex is capable of detecting virtually any type of MQ or Message Broker problem. Over 250 businesses currenly use Qflex for monitoring their production messaging environments. For more details, please click here.