SL Corp. Uses Web 2.0, AJAX for Real-Time Monitors

SL Corp.'s latest version of its RTView real-time monitoring analytics, and visualization software adds Web 2.0 and AJAX for real-time visibility and better performance.

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SL Corp.'s latest version of its RTView real-time monitoring analytics, and visualization software adds Web 2.0 and AJAX for real-time visibility and better performance.

RTView 5.0 allows users to mix and match a variety of Web 2.0 technologies including AJAX and Flash to deliver real-time visibility applications for their needs, without requiring any technical knowledge of Web 2.0 technologies.

RTView 5.0 also lets users choose the most efficient Web 2.0 technology to handle the rendering of Web pages and objects. That means some graphics can be images pushed out from the server, while others are rendered on the client. Additionally, because RTView handles all the underlying Web 2.0 programming, the way each graphic is rendered and presented can be completely transparent to the user.

RTView 5.0 provides these key user-friendly improved real-time visibility features: <:I>Provide data to the client only when it's needed and when the client as subscribed to the data.
  • Only sends data updates to the client if the data has changed.
  • Renders data on the client only for those components that have subscribed to the data, eliminating the need to periodically refresh the entire page.
  • Provides interactive behavior with the data on the client without having to communicate with the server.

  • "We simply use the best technologies available to help our customers deliver the richest, most interactive real-time experience," said Rodney Morrison, vice president of products for SL Corp., in a statement. "RTView users just see objects in a palette. They can mix and match these Web 2.0 technologies to create dashboards without worrying about
    whether the objects are AJAX or Flash, or knowing how to program in FLEX."



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