Infosim® announces release of StableNet® 8.4

New features and improvements

Würzburg/Austin/Singapore, February 4th, 2019

Infosim®, the technology leader in automated Service Fulfillment and Service Assurance solutions, today announced the release of its award-winning software suite StableNet® version 8.4 for Telco and Enterprise customers.

StableNet® 8.4 provides a significant number of powerful new features and improvements, including:

  • Alarm tagging
  • Optimized memory usage and increased performance
  • Cisco ACI support
  • All new OpenJDK platform
  • New application server: Wildfly 14
  • Enhanced resource management
  • Enhanced tagging concept (extended functionality and improved usability)
  • Unified placeholder syntax in XML Discovery
  • GUI now uses a REST interface for faster GUI updates and reduced GUI startup time
  • Improved performance for Oracle databases
StableNet® 8.4 is available for purchase and download now. Customers with current maintenance contracts may upgrade free of charge as per the terms and conditions of their contract.
StableNet Robot

“With the implementation of the new alarm tagging feature and the overall performance optimization, the release of StableNet® 8.4 is marking another milestone in the development of StableNet® and the way that data can be handled for management and orchestration.”

Marius Heuler

CTO, Infosim®

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Press Release: StableNet® 8.4

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