Sunnyvale, Calif. — ILOG, a provider of business rule management systems (BRMS) software, reports that its ILOG Rule Execution Server for .NET solution has earned the Windows Server 2008 logo certification. ILOG also announced upcoming support for Microsoft’s latest development and production platforms, including Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 and Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5.

ILOG’s Rules for .NET is a leading BRMS product with native Visual Studio support and has been tested and certified on the Windows Server 2008 operating system. Earlier this year, ILOG Rules for .NET 3.0 was analyzed for performance and stability at a Microsoft Technology Center using Windows Server 2008 on 64-bit servers. Tests conducted by Microsoft demonstrated robust and scalable rule execution by Rules for .NET 3.0. A white paper documenting the results of the analysis is at ILOG’s Web site.

“ILOG Rules for .NET support for Microsoft products helps improve productivity and enable customers to confidently deploy their solutions on Windows Server 2008 in the data center,” says Matt Carter, group product manager for Visual Studio, Developer Division at Microsoft Corp. “Certification demonstrates that Rules for .NET has passed requirements for installation, deployment and manageability.”

ILOG’s goal is to make business rule management easier by integrating with familiar Microsoft programs and environments. This helps organizations that increasingly rely upon BRMS to cope with changing regulations, customer demands and competitive threats. ILOG is a Microsoft Global ISV Partner, a member of the Microsoft Business Process Alliance, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, a Visual Studio Industry Partner (VSIP) and a member of several Microsoft early access programs.

ILOG says it has built on its history of product innovation to make it one of the industry’s leading providers of business rule management systems (BRMS). Forrester Research has recognized ILOG as a resounding leader in business rule platforms, including a leader in rule platforms for .NET, in business rule platforms for Java, for business analysts and for overall feature sets.

Source: ILOG

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