Intalio, Inc. announced the completion of a new performance benchmark for Intalio|BPMS. Using the newly released 4.3 version of its flagship BPM product, Intalio reached unprecedented levels of performance for the execution of BPEL processes.

On a dual-CPU machine equipped with Intel Xeon processors and 2GB of RAM, the Intalio|BPMS executed more than 3.5 million persistent processes in less than 24 hours. Persistence was offered by a single instance of the MySQL database engine deployed on a separate server. When persistence was de-activated, over 17 million transient processes were executed within the same 24-hour period.

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