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Intrinsyc Announces J-Integra Espresso
Beta Program for Java, CORBA and Microsoft .NET Enterprise Interoperability, Too
By: Java News Desk
Jun. 17, 2005 01:00 AM
Vancouver-based Intrinsyc Software International, Inc. has announced its beta program for J-Integra Espresso, a new set of development tools and high-performance run-time components that bridge Java, CORBA and Microsoft .NET technologies. J-Integra Espresso is built on top of a pure .NET implementation of IIOP (Inter-ORB Protocol) exclusively licensed from Middsol GmbH, a German software company based in Hamburg.
This new J-Integra Espresso
product is aimed at software architects and developers, whether
End-Users, Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) or System Integrators,
with a need for a bi-directional, high-performance, secure and scalable
interoperability bridge between Java, CORBA and Microsoft .NET. While
existing J-Integra products implement standard Microsoft protocols in
pure Java, J-Integra Espresso implements the standard RMI/IIOP
binary protocol present in all J2EE and J2SE Java environments in pure
This approach remains consistent with Intrinsyc Software's simple, one-sided deployment philosophy and provides alternatives when deployment restrictions prevent any software changes on the Java side. J-Integra Espresso also delivers significantly higher performance compared to all other commercial and open-source middleware alternatives and most importantly, provides a secure, scalable and efficient alternative when pure Web Services cannot meet performance objectives.
Developers can use J-Integra Espresso within their favorite Visual Studio or Eclipse development environment and easily link Microsoft .NET applications with CORBA and Java based systems. J-Integra Espresso is written as fully managed C# code and is therefore compatible with any .NET language (C#, ASP.NET,...). The solution also includes full Secure Socket Layer (SSL/TLS) support and readily works with all major J2EE application servers, including IBM Websphere, BEA Systems WebLogic, JBoss and Sun.
"This latest addition to the J-Integra family of products enables our customers to select the best middleware options for all their interoperability needs", says Guylain Roy-MacHabée, Vice President Interoperability Solutions for Intrinsyc Software. "With an increased industry focus on Service Oriented Architecture, J-Integra Espresso enables designers to easily implement high-performance, secure and scalable solutions where Web Services clearly cannot meet design objectives".
The Beta release of J-Integra Espresso will be available on June 30, 2005, and version 1.0 will be commercially available for licensing on August 1.
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