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JNBridgePro 6.0 Connects Java And .NET In The Cloud


Java and .NET interoperability company JNBridge has released version 6.0 of its core product. The updated JNBridgePro 6.0 is intended to enable developers to access both .NET-based and Java-based cloud services and APIs from traditional ground-based or cloud-based clients written in the "other" platform — the product also seeks to provide a route to developing cloud-based services and APIs that incorporate both Java- and .NET-based components.

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JNBridgePro 6.0 is positioned as an opportunity for developers to extend interoperability to the cloud and so build and distribute integrated applications anywhere, including:

  • Intra-cloud, where both platforms reside in the same cloud, either in the same or different instances.
  • Inter-cloud, where the instances belong to different clouds.
  • Ground-to-cloud and cloud-to-ground, where the interoperability is between a cloud instance and an application running on the ground.

"JNBridge's vision of cloud interoperability is any object or API, on any platform, in any language, anywhere," said Wayne Citrin, CTO of JNBridge. "JNBridgePro 6.0 will allow enterprises to build applications that access any API, or build rich APIs that are accessible to the other side, no matter where they reside, and whether or not they are services enabled."

Along with extending all the high-performance interoperability capabilities of JNBridgePro to the cloud, JNBridge says it has both simplified and extended the licensing options for its product.


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