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Swingtide gathers Web services stats

Web services startup Swingtide said it will ship a product Monday that monitors and analyzes network traffic generated by Web services applications. Swingtide is one of several small companies looking to provide management tools to improve the performance and reliability of applications written to adhere to Web services standards based on Extensible Markup Language (XML). Swingtide Monitor, a $49,995 application, gathers statistics on network traffic, tracks whether applications adhere properly to standards and measures how much an application is being used, company executives said.