TIBCO | Composite Applications

By: Tibco  09-12-2011

The challenge in building composite applications is accessing existing functions across a heterogeneous environment and rapidly including them in new applications – in a way that allows for change.

TIBCO ActiveMatrix® reduces architectural complexity by providing a standards-based grid architecture that serves as a technology-neutral platform, with service containers for .NET, Ruby, C++, BPM, Web Servlets, Spring, and Java. These containers provide a framework for the development and deployment of new business logic. Visual tools enable drag-and-drop assembly of technology components and service assemblies.

It simplifies management and improves operational control of these composite applications by making service location, transport, and protocol independent through the virtualized assembly and composition of services all on one technology-neutral platform.

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