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Pramati Delivers Industrial-Strength J2EE Application Server and Development Environment for Less than a Third of the Cost
Pramati Delivers Industrial-Strength J2EE Application Server and Development Environment for Less than a Third of the Cost

(March 14, 2002) - Pramati Technologies has announced immediate availability of the latest versions of its two flagship products - Pramati Server 3.0, the industry's first application server to achieve J2EE v 1.3 compatibility, and Pramati Studio 3.0 for developers who need an integrated development environment (IDE) for building J2EE applications. Both are available now for less than a third of the cost of popular servers and tools from leading brands.

Pramati Server 3.0 was the first application server to be certified to support the J2EE 1.3 standard. As a result, Pramati Server 3.0 has the latest features for advanced Java software development. It was built from the ground-up to support the standard and no proprietary code has been added. It carries a high-performance EJB 2.0 container and provides all other expected features for an industrial-grade server, including load balancing, failover, and hot deployment, as well as remote monitoring via a Web-based console. Pramati Server works with any J2EE-compliant development environment including Pramati's own Pramati Studio 3.0.

Pramati Studio 3.0 provides distributed development teams with a set of intuitive and intelligent tools that reduce the time and cost of developing standard enterprise components. Pramati Studio is application server agnostic and supports direct deployment to several J2EE-compliant app servers, including the popular servers from BEA and Oracle. It features a unique migration tool that allows code built with Pramati Studio to be moved from one app server to another at the touch of a button. With its in-built J2EE server, Web server, and debugger, Pramati Studio forms a complete development and test environment.

Quietly advancing for four years now, Pramati has been working on creating a low-cost alternative to leading platforms from BEA, IBM, and others, but targeted for the small-to-medium sized enterprise. "We're running into customers all the time who just need a great server and a great toolset but don't want to pay platform prices. That's our customer. The big guys are selling to the Fortune 500 companies who can afford them," said Jay Pullur, Pramati CEO. To keep itself on track and to provide value to the industry as a whole, Pramati promises it will adhere to what it calls a zero lock-in strategy: no proprietary code, no artificial hooks in the software to forestall interoperability and keep customers dependent on Pramati.

Pramati's team of 100 J2EE engineers, one of the industry's largest development teams, is laser-focused on usability. Using guidelines found in the J2EE standards, Pramati's coders have built visual aids that guide developers through the process of creating and deploying enterprise software, hiding much of the complexity inherent in the process. "We've found that, especially with mid-market customers who are short on IT staff, simplicity is crucial," added Pullur.

For more information, see www.pramati.com.

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