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BMC Software Empowers E-business Integration With Strengthened Enterprise Data Propagation Products

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July 26, 2000
  By Rachel Rasmussen

Houston, Texas, July 26, 2000 ? BMC Software Inc., a leading provider of e- business systems management, announced that it has strengthened its line-up of enterprise data propagation (EDP) products with the availability of EDP 2.3, including ChangeDataMove and DataMove 2.3, now supporting DB2 Universal Database (UDB) on OS/390, Unix and NT platforms. EDP 2.3 offers a more complete data propagation solution for companies with large databases and 24X7 availability requirements that need to quickly retrieve and integrate legacy data from their mainframes for their data warehousing or e-business applications.

New features of EDP 2.3 include an export utility that can share repository information via an XML formatted file, enabling companies to move and share data with other repositories across their enterprise. EDP 2.3 also features improved performance and a target API, which gives customers greater flexibility and support for their data propagation needs. EDP 2.3's XML-enabled repository and target API enable tighter integration between BMC Software and its partners.

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