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3Tera Adds Features for Grid

ALISO VIEJO, Calif. -- 3Tera, Inc., the innovator of grid computing and utility computing services for online applications, announced today availability of release 2.0 of their award-winning AppLogic grid operating systemwhich adds comprehensive application monitoring and support for multiple CPUs per appliance. Release 2.0 presents SaaS and Web 2.0 providers with greater scalability, improved resource utilization, unprecedented visibility and control over application performance. AppLogic eliminates the need for co-location, private racks and managed services by enabling the assembly, deployment and management of infrastructure and applications using only a browser and basic IT skills.

Vlad Miloushev, President and CEO, 3Tera, said, “While a lot of people are beginning to talk about cloud computing, we already have users in production. AppLogic 2.0 extends the limits of utility computing by providing unparalleled transparency and control of application operation. SaaS and Web 2.0 providers can leverage these capabilities to constantly monitor application performance, network response time, resource usage and many other critical variables from anywhere in the world—using only a browser.”

Jeremy Suo-Antilla, CTO, Layered Technologies, added, “3Tera's latest version of AppLogic introduces an even greater level of application control for our virtual private datacenter clients. We're pleased that AppLogic is evolving in ways that increasingly enable SaaS and Web 2.0 providers to grow and self manage their virtual datacenter environments, allowing for quicker turnaround of ideas into viable products and better utilization of their datacenter infrastructure to meet their personal or business needs.”

3TERA Inc.