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WHITE PAPER Breaking Down Barriers With Microsoft.NET

By Don Leclair


Microsoft Corporation has taken a bet-the-company stance that XML and XML Web services are the keys to delivering a successful software platform in the Internet era. The Microsoft.NET platform includes a large array of developer tools, client applications, XML Web services and servers for the interconnected world. A major theme of.NET is breaking down the barriers between systems, people and information using XML Web services. Microsoft supports this with a focus on working with partners to deliver successful solutions to the market. Computer Associates International, Inc. (CA), as a long-term partner of Microsoft, offers valueadded solutions aimed at helping to deliver, secure and manage the full range of.NET platforms and applications. CA always takes a business-centric view and offers solutions that support Microsoft.NET in the context of heterogeneous IT environments. Breaking down the management barriers between Microsoft.NET, mainframe and UNIX environments helps to ensure the success of the IT organization in a complex world. What is Microsoft.NET? The definition of Microsoft.NET has evolved and not everyone has a current understanding of exactly what it means. Microsoft defines.NET as a set of Microsoft software technologies for connecting our world of information, people, systems and devices. 1 This is the implementation of Microsoft’s strategy to address network computing and integration using XML Web services technology. The Components of.NET Essentially, Microsoft.NET is the basic organizin

Topics: principle for all its solutions. The basic elements of.NET
Year: 2011
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