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Neudesic Neuron-ESB 3.1 Improves .NET Productivity


A company you may not have heard of before, Neudesic has announced its Neuron-ESB 3.1 application and web services integration software. This Enterprise Service Bus works to provide durable messaging, application integration, and web services management.

Version 3.1 adds real-time debugging support at design time — plus, the "business process debugging" experience within Neuron-ESB 3.1 is similar to the experience provided by Microsoft Visual Studio for debugging .NET applications.

"Nearly every feature of Neuron-ESB 3.1 was built with user experience in mind. The 3.1 interface is more intuitive and simpler to use, offering greater configuration, consistency, and navigation functionality," said Marty Wasznicky, general manager, Neuron-ESB.

"Neuron-ESB 3.1 adds Salesforce.com and Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 adapters that support full metadata harvesting and sample message generation. The Neuron Salesforce adapter enables publishing of outbound notifications directly from SalesForce.com to Neuron-ESB, as well as two-way, solicit response mode," he added.

The Neuron Dynamics CRM adapter allows both one-way and two-way subscribe solicit response modes, and includes multiple security options, standard Windows credentials, Live ID credentials, and Federation.

Neuron-ESB 3.1 also offers extended support for RabbitMQ's full clustered/mirrored environments with zero message loss or interruption of the Neuron-ESB messaging pub/sub system. Language support for VB.NET, JavaScript, and full C# classes is also included.


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