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JNBridge Announces Support for Java 8 in New Releases

JNBridgePro v7.2 and v3.2 of the JMS Adapters for BizTalk and .NET Make Java and .NET Interoperability Headache-Free

BOULDER, CO -- (Marketwired) -- 05/13/14 -- JNBridge, the leading provider of interoperability tools to connect Java and .NET frameworks, today announced the latest versions of its three products to support Java 8. Now available, JNBridgePro v7.2 and v3.2 of the JMS Adapters for BizTalk and .NET all enable seamless compatibility with Java 8, ensuring reduced development costs and faster time to market.

Used across many verticals by some of the world's most recognized brands, JNBridge solves the complexities of cross-platform interoperability. JNBridgePro delivers transparent compatibility between anything Java and anything .NET, dramatically reducing countless hours and budget wasted on interoperability issues. JNBridgePro also offers full access to any API, whether services-enabled or not, and exposes any Java or .NET binary without the need for source code. JNBridge is also hundreds to thousands of times faster than Web services.

The latest version of JNBridgePro builds upon these foundational features and functionality with new support for Java 8. In addition, JNBridgePro v7.2 offers:

  • Substantial performance improvements in applications that create many instances, providing support for big data and other industrial-scale applications
  • Ability to translate new Java features for .NET developers, while at the same time leaving proxies based on Java 5, 6 and 7 unchanged so that users on earlier Java versions can upgrade to JNBridgePro v7.2 without having to make any changes to their code

Version 3.2 of the JMS Adapters for .NET and BizTalk extend JNBridge's mission to make Java and .NET interoperability a reality. Easy to use, fast to implement and compatible with any Java Message Service (JMS) server, the adapters enable seamless integration of JMS capabilities into Microsoft .NET applications and with Microsoft BizTalk Server. JNBridge's JMS Adapters also support Java 8, and offer some additional features for IT:

  • Upgraded for use with the latest JNBridgePro components
  • Enhancements to assist in the diagnosis of problems that may be encountered in using the adapters, such as configuration and performance issues

"We are committed to keeping the peace between Java and .NET so that heterogeneous enterprises can thrive," said Wayne Citrin, CTO, JNBridge. "With our products' support of Java 8, JNBridge is staying in step with the evolution of new Java features."

JNBridgePro v7.2 and v3.2 of the JMS Adapters for BizTalk and.NET are available now. For more information or to download a free trial, please visit www.jnbridge.com.

About JNBridge
Since 2001, JNBridge has made seamless and cost-effective Java and .NET interoperability a reality. More than 500 organizations in 40 countries and 25 percent of the Fortune 100 rely on the company's award-winning products in a variety of applications, such as financial services, media and manufacturing. JNBridge has received a number of accolades for its innovative JNBridgePro and JMS Adapters for .NET and BizTalk. It was named to the SD Times 100 list in 2012 and 2013 and has been lauded by industry analysts. JNBridge is privately held and is based in Boulder, Colorado. Learn more at www.jnbridge.com and follow us on Twitter at @jnbridge.

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