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.

In a separate benchmark, Intalio demonstrated that roundtrip calls made to external Web Services through an embedded enterprise service bus (ESB) could be completed within less than 14 milliseconds, making Intalio|BPMS the first and only real-time BPM solution available on the market today. In yet another test, Intalio demonstrated that Intalio|Server could run at maximum capacity during several days without measurable decrease in transaction throughput.

"These results make us confident that real-time processes can be deployed on top of a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) today without significant impact in terms of performance," said Ismael Ghalimi, founder and CEO of Intalio. "This confirms our belief that SOA should be used as BPM's enabling architecture, while BPM remains SOA's killer application."

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