SOURCE: WebLayers

WebLayers

October 11, 2011 10:02 ET

WebLayers Announces Additional Language Support

CAMBRIDGE, MA--(Marketwire - Oct 11, 2011) - WebLayers today announced the introduction of additional governance functionality for its software governance platform. This will include expanded support for critical languages in its automated governance solution.

Expanded language support includes PL/I, C, C++, as well as the ability for easy plug-in support for a variety of additional languages for specific customer implementations. The expanded support will allow customers to more easily process languages and write policies against them.

New technology has been added that will expand and analyze mainframe applications while mapping policy violations back to the original components. WebLayers is the first governance solution in the industry to support this type of functionality for mainframe customers. This means that customers will not have to reference error messages against expanded applications, for example, instead they can immediately identify exactly where a software problem exists.

WebLayers is also introducing governance policies for Department of Defense STIG requirements, federal enterprise architecture-based SOA models as well as solutions for ensuring FISMA compliance and a multitude of other governance needs for the federal government.

"With this additional integration support and functionality, we are able to further service the increasingly-wide range of software development needs of our customers," says John Favazza, Vice President of Research and Development.

About WebLayers
WebLayers provides the industry's most comprehensive IT governance platform available today. By centralizing policy management across multiple IT domains, WebLayers substantially reduces the costs associated with governance. WebLayers also offers the largest collection of industry-proven policies, which speeds governance implementation and enforcement from design-time through deployment. Learn more about Automated Governance at http://www.weblayers.com.

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