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Bridging .NET and Java in the clouds and on the ground with JNBridgePro 6.0

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July 22, 2011
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Not every APIs are developed identical, neither SOAP-based, nor RESTful. This may bring about problems while endeavoring to integrate apps from manifold platforms throughout clouds, or from clouds to the ground.

Today Java-to-Net. integration software provider JNBridge has published JNBridgePro 6.0, a platform which offers adapters and tools for interoperability when withdrawing the complexity of building those connections, in accordance with Wayne Citrin, CTO of JNBridge.

Wayne said that the whole idea of deploying the cloud is matching and mixing. Web services standards and REST do not run for everything. And not all useful APIs are REST-based. Multitude of legacy applications will get direct-access APIs, not REST or SOAP.

Citring said that cloud-based integration brokers and hubs may have some adapters for software to hook in, but not entire software. JNBridgePro 6.0 is deployed to develop custom adapters for brokers and hubs around such things as Ruby or .NET, PHP he also added.

Citrin explained that JNBridgePro 6.0 supports .NET and Java interoperability in the same process, in various processes on the identical machine, and across a network in difference.

He also stated that while utilizing a Java client to get access to an app in a Microsoft Windows Azure cloud, for instance, complications emerge as the Azure cloud drive API is not a part of the Windows Azure Tools for Java kit which Microsoft supplies. JNBridgePro may be deployed to build a proxy between the cloud and client drive for direct interoperability. Then he added that many complications Microsoft didn’t address in its documentation concerning using Java in an Azure cloud.

Citrin said that JNBridgePro addresses other complexities of the cloud that is of persistence. Theoretically, an example may disappear anytime in case it is based in the cloud, so JNBridge had to deleted its licensing info from a registry and produce it an Internet-based mechanism which places licensing limits of elasticity.

It is possible to accommodate examples up to particular limits. If they are about to be surpassed, you may go directly to the website and sign up for more, Citrin said.


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