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Microsoft’s Indigo takes on Java
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 2/16/2005 08:15:00 AM.

Microsoft will release an early preview version of its new Indigo communications system to software developers in March.

Indigo, which is being built into Windows, is designed to simplify connecting Windows to other systems via Web services protocols. Indigo also represents a stepped-up attempt to compete against Java server software providers by supplying the industrial-strength infrastructure software.

For those of you who are wondering "Indigo" ????

Indigo's service-oriented programming model is built on the Microsoft .NET Framework and simplifies development of connected systems. Indigo unifies a broad array of distributed systems capabilities in a composable and extensible architecture, spanning transports, security systems, messaging patterns, encodings, network topologies and hosting models.
Visit: Indigo FAQ


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