Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Case Study

University of California

University of California Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory computer scientist depends on Altova XMLSpy for working with mission-critical XML files.

At the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, computer scientist Norman Samuelson works with large physics simulation programs that are tied together with XML files. Crucial to his work is the availability of a fast reliable tool to locate errors in XML, debug XSLT files, and validate. Samuelson relies on Altova XMLSpy for validating and debugging mission critical XML files.

"We've been using XMLSpy for five years and it has proven to be an invaluable tool for validating and debugging XML and XSLT files. In my experience there isn't another tool on the market that offers the power and reliability of Altova XMLSpy. When working with large highly sophisticated physics programs, having a tool on which you can depend makes a world of difference. We create highly sophisticated systems here and we could not have done it all without XMLSpy," said Samuelson.

About Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory is a U.S. Department of Energy national laboratory operated by the University of California. It was founded in 1952 as a nuclear weapons design laboratory to promote innovation in the design of the nation's nuclear stockpile through creative science and engineering. The Laboratory serves as a resource to the U.S. government and a partner with industry and academia. Its primary mission is to ensure that the nation's nuclear weapons remain safe, secure, and reliable, and to prevent the spread and use of nuclear weapons worldwide.

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory is a premier applied-science national security laboratory and one of the world's premier scientific centers, where cutting-edge science and engineering in the interest of national security is used to break new ground in other areas of national importance, including energy, biomedicine, and environmental science.