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AJAX Goes Zen: Fast Data Access + RIAs = CACHÉ 2007 from InterSystems

Joe DeSantis, Intersystems Vice President of Software Development will be speaking at JavaOne, Presentaion Theater

The CACHÉ 2007 Web Development Framework from InterSystems is being characterized by industry analysts as well-positioned for a data services delivery optimization role since it is an extensible framework that 's optimized for maximum development speed, scalability and deployment of data-intensive Web applications.

It includes, says InterSystems, an extensive library of pre-built components "that enables quickly creating and managing even complex processes and features such as grids, table handling, and selection trees, eliminating opportunities for developer errors, and making it possible to deliver top-quality specialized user interfaces with minimum effort."

With this capability, InterSystems intends that CACHÉ 2007 delivers the benefits of technology such as AJAX along with object-based extensibility and a sophisticated "shared object" client/server data model that improves developer productivity. And, once the application is deployed, close integration with the database ensures the highest level of application performance and scalability.

Along with a new tool engagingly named Jalapeno, InterSystems is also due to unleash Zen, a very simple AJAX app that the company hopes will abstract away the tedium of dealing with XML.

InterSystems at JavaOne:
Visit InterSystems at booth #520 at JavaOne 2007 in San Francisco and ask about the benefits of our innovative mapless persistence technology in Caché. And don’t forget to stop by the Presentation Theatre to hear Joe DeSantis, our Vice President of Software Development.

Caché is the high-performance object database that runs SQL faster than relational databases. It eliminates object/relational mapping, shortening development time and boosting runtime performance. Plus, Caché includes Jalapeño technology, which automatically derives Caché classes from plain old Java object (POJO) definitions and gives Java developers more time to do the fun stuff.

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Rtev10 11/01/06 10:58:22 AM EST

Multidimensional, post-relational databases like this are definitely the wave of the future.

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