OutSystems Announces Dual Stack Support for .Net and Java

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OutSystems has announced the pre-launch of its latest version of the OutSystems Platform, which will support the creation, maintenance and operation of both Microsoft .NET and J2EE applications. With this launch OutSystems extends its technology to further embrace open source and open architectures. This OutSystems Platform version will allow customers to decide, after the application has been created, the target technology in which they wish to deploy it.

OutSystems has announced the pre-launch of its latest version of the OutSystems Platform, which will support the creation, maintenance and operation of both Microsoft .NET and J2EE applications.

With this launch OutSystems extends its technology to further embrace open source and open architectures. This OutSystems Platform version will allow customers to decide, after the application has been created, the target technology in which they wish to deploy it.

The dual stack capabilities of the OutSystems Platform have already been applied in a Government led project that aims at unifying all citizen information. In this particular project two of the involved government agencies use different operating systems but require identical applications. With the OutSystems Platform the same application was automatically deployed in both.NET and J2EE with no need to implement two distinct applications in each of the target technologies.

According to Paulo Rosado, OutSystems CEO, “the growing proliferation of enterprise systems that are based in open standards like Linux and Java is increasing the pressure on proprietary and closed platforms. This is especially true in the USA. With this new launch OutSystems has an enviable position of being able to offer its clients the possibility of deploying native .Net or J2EE applications, very fast and with low effort. From an investment protection point of view, it totally makes sense.”

Unlike proprietary technologies and closed frameworks, the OutSystems Platform makes all application code accessible and doesn’t require any run-time engines to operate the produced applications. In fact, after the applications are deployed, the source code can be accessed, edited and deployed in another environment without the OutSystems Platform, fully integrated with existing systems running in a mix of technologies.

This unique approach shows OutSystems’ commitment towards standards and open systems by assuring that companies can choose any underlying technology without being locked in on a proprietary technology.

About the OutSystems Platform:

The OutSystems Platform includes a set of tools that accelerate the creation and maintenance of applications, using fully visual environments. In particular, Service Studio can be used to visually define all application components from data models to user interfaces, business logic and security.

The definition of the application is stack independent and can be deployed as standard .NET or J2EE applications on top of Windows Server or Linux servers.

Coupled with the support for Oracle and SQL Server databases, the OutSystems Platform provides a technology mix that can be easily accommodated in the IT ecosystem of most companies.

About OutSystems:

OutSystems is a multinational software company that provides an agile software platform to build, change and operate enterprise applications that integrate with existing systems and reach users via web browsers, email and mobile interfaces.

With the OutSystems platform applications are created quickly and can be easily modified during any phase of the project with very limited risk. This built-to-change approach ensures that they are constantly aligned with business needs and reflect user feedback to maximize adoption.

OutSystems operates directly in the US, UK, Holland, Portugal and Spain, having established global partnerships for other regions.

Additional information available at http://www.outsystems.com

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