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February 14, 2010

NT/e releases new CloudTran middleware

Claims to bring the cloud into mainstream as application platform for Java

By CBR Staff Writer

NT/e has unveiled a new middleware product CloudTran, which brings the cloud into the mainstream as an application platform for Java, providing a Java view of data, transactions and automatic distribution in the cloud.

The company claims that the new CloudTran enables responsive transaction processing over cloud computing environments and offers improvements through managing transactions across various machines without losing any data, even during outages.

In addition, it allows Java developers to focus on the application without having to worry about making it work in a distributed environment.

Peter Varhol, principal of Technology Strategy Research, said: There are big hurdles to building scalable enterprise applications for cloud deployment – the need to cope with distributed programming, use both new and legacy data stores, deliver high-speed and reliable transactions, and to deploy to both test and production environments.

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“CloudTran provides an out-of-the-box Java solution to all these problems, allowing mainstream developers to reduce their risks, costs and timescales for building cloud applications.

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