Quick Takes: Domino under the microscope

Jon Panker

4NF releases Domino performance data collector

4NF Information Technology Ltd of Haslemere, England, has released Statscope, a tool for collecting and analyzing Domino server performance data. Statscope was designed specifically to make sense of server statistics, looking at items like clustering, the Web server, transactional logging, and response times.

As an introductory offer Statscope is priced at $99.95 per workstation and is available from the company's Web site.

4NF Information Technology

Celestix releases Aries Server for Domino

Celestix Networks, Inc., a Fremont, Calif.-headquartered Linux-based server appliance maker, is releasing the Aries Server for Domino, a pre-configured server appliance for small and medium-sized businesses. The server is ready to run in less than an hour and includes automated self-administration features and remote management capabilities, Celestix said.

Aries Server for Domino is also wireless ready. It is the size of a paper-back book and weighs two pounds.


Stellent releases new XML conversion tool

Content management applications firm Stellent, Inc. in Eden Prairie, Minn, has released the latest version of its XML conversion tool. Outside In XML Export 2.1 automatically converts more than 225 file formats to XML, enabling access to business information stored in legacy files, proprietary office applications and graphics. Version 2.1 supports the latest versions of the Lotus, Microsoft, Corel and Sun Microsystems office suites, as well as other file formats.


Sybari Software expands its reach

Sybari Software Inc., the E. Northport, N.Y.-based antivirus and security firm, is expanding its operations with new locations. The company has opened offices in Singapore, Australia and Germany, bringing to nine its total of sales and support offices. in new offices in Singapore, Australia, and Germany.

Sybari makes Antigen 6 for Domino, anti-virus, content-management, and e-mail security software.


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