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Is Java ready for Carrier Grade Applications?

 
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The ability to reduce the development time of carrier-grade applications is critical!

While there is no single "right" software language – Java is way ahead for those looking to extend their service portfolio at the same time as capturing network efficiencies.

This Webinar will examine
• The evolved practices associated with Java
• Compare Java with conventional carrier-class technologies like C on parameters like Performance, Availability, Scalability, Extensibility, Fault Tolerance and Developer Productivity

So, whether you’re new to Java or are familiar with the pain associated with the limitations of other technologies, you will want to attend this informative webinar to learn more about how Java can help you in building better carrier-grade solutions.
We will also share a case study on attempting iterative development on Java based projects.

Date and Time: June 25, 2010 (10:00am PT/1:00pm ET)

Book your spot today! ! Register at http://www.impetus.com/webinar_registration?event=upcoming&eid=20
 
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