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Java Performance Tool, IronEye Cache 1.0, Helps Developers Fix Performance Problems
Java Performance Tool, IronEye Cache 1.0, Helps Developers Fix Performance Problems

(April 7, 2003) - IronGrid, Inc., has unveiled IronEye Cache, the company's latest product designed to tune application performance on the fly with no source code changes. Building on the momentum of IronEye SQL 1.0, which the company released on Feb. 1, IronEye Cache enables Java developers to increase the performance and scalability of Java-based applications throughout the development cycle, before testing and production.

IronEye SQL exposes all of the SQL being generated by an application and summarizes the information in a simple interface. Without changing a line of application code, a developer can instantly identify excessive or long-running SQL statements generated by code in development. IronEye Cache further improves the performance and scalability of software through intelligent caching. IronEye Cache allows developers to store frequently requested SQL statements in cache to minimize database calls. By caching queries in local memory, IronEye Cache eliminates the overhead of connecting to the database, executing a query, and returning results across a network connection. It provides a "point and click" alternative to traditional caching systems. IronEye Cache is available through June 15, 2003, at the introductory price of $495 for a single user license, and $695 thereafter. A free 30-day trial copy is available copy of both tools is available at www.irongrid.com.

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