2008 – Record Year for iTKO

You might have noticed, on this blog we usually stick to topics like IT and industry best practices for SOA, BPM, Virtualization, Governance and the like, rather than talk about ourselves.

Picture 1You might have noticed, on this blog we usually stick to topics like IT and industry best practices for SOA, BPM, Virtualization, Governance and the like, rather than talk about ourselves.

However, we have just put out a press release on a very successful 2008 for iTKO, and we couldn't be prouder to be able to continue this level of success in a challenging market, so please give us a pass to reflect on this progress for a moment here.

Thanks to all our customers and partners for helping us achieve another record revenue year for iTKO. The fact that companies are still making the
decision to move forward now to realize the benefits of SOA quality and Service Virtualization means that LISA solutions have been identified as a key way to uncover new value, while eliminating risks and cost from the software delivery lifecycle.

iTKO revenues were up more than 100 percent, from both new customers and increased LISA adoption in our customer base. We released version 4.5 of our flagship iTKO LISA product suite, which added service virtualization for load and performance testing, and other customer-driven enhancements. In November, iTKO brought LISA Eclipse Edition to market, for more comprehensive test coverage within the application lifecycle.

Thanks also to the analysts and media who tracked our progress and engaged us in conversations this last year. We picked up a few awards also. LISA was honored in April by TechTarget's SearchSOA.com with a Gold Award for Service Performance Product of the Year. LISA was also selected as a Finalist in the Great Indian Developer Awards 2008, and just recently LISA Virtualize was voted the Best Integration Solution by SYS-CON's Virtualization Conference & Expo 2008 delegates.

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Scott King

Scott King is based out of Dallas, Texas evangelizing faster enterprise application delivery at CA…

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    • CAHighlight

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  • http://www.linkedin.com/in/michelehudnall Michele Hudnall

    While the analysts were hyping DevOps, I posted the oversight of not including security as part of that discussion as you are highlighting here. Instead of just talking DevOps, it should be DOS (what’s old is new again :-) – DevOpsSec. As a previous AppDev person, it’s the app, who’s using it, why and where rather than the device and having the service available.

    As you rightly point, out Security should be baked into the solution.

    Nice Post and Timely!


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      Thank you for your feedback Michele. Agreed – security cannot be overlooked. Appreciate your input!

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