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NetIQ Completes Its Purchase of Subquery Innovations

    Online News published in DMReview.com
February 26, 2002

NetIQ Corp. has completed its acquisition of the assets of Subquery Innovations Inc., including its SQL Probe software line, a real-time diagnostic application for Microsoft SQL Server environments. NetIQ will enhance and integrate the software into DiagnosticManager for SQL Server, a new SQL management suite.

"Combining Subquery Innovations' real-time diagnostic software and expertise with SQL Management will greatly benefit our customers," says Tom Kemp, NetIQ's senior vice president of Products at NetIQ. Terms of the deal weren't disclosed.

 

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