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Why Enterprises Prefer to develop Application and Software with .Net Technology?

  08/10/17 06:22 am, by , Categories: Azure , Tags: first, photo
Why Enterprises  Prefer to develop Application and Software with .Net Technology?

Enterprise applications that meet the high performance and customer usability require a technology that is trusted, scalable and makes the business efficient in the long run. Microsoft .Net technology delivers unfaltering user experiences and meets the growing needs of an enterprise. Large businesses these days are looking for enterprise application development solutions that can be built fast and offer flexibility for future growth.

And Dot Net technology can adorn virtually any and every application with its endless adaptable features and versatilities. So much so that 75% of all enterprise applications run on one or the other dot NET platforms.

Let me remind you that, it’s not easy to completely master and remember all the traits of .NET development but somehow, it offers all the things you want for your enterprise software and application. Like Jack of all trades.

 

Whether it’s ASP .NET or Microsoft .NET Framework or any other customization, you name it, .NET can fulfill all your requirements with its nearly endless adaptable features. There are umpteen reasons why developers, designers, coders and owners of enterprises like to work with .Net technology; the top 8 reasons to work with .NET framework are listed below:

Ease of use

It has one of the biggest class libraries among the coding languages and developers can use it effectively. Moreover, Microsoft has made ASP.NET open source web platform for building modern web apps and services.

It also integrates very easily with all the databases including ODBS and clouds. The way it gels with MS SQL and SQL server is nothing sort of Awesomeness.  Some of its amazing qualities are:

  • Creates reports and diagrams automatically from your databases
  • Integrates with all major cloud platforms including MS Azure, Silverlight, AWS etc.
  • Code debugging line by line and auto-refresh to know if it’s applied or not
  • Assigning temp value to variables to test different cases
  • Know value of variables on hover and in real-time And the list goes on…..

Scalability

Dot Net is made for scale. It is versatile to add or remove any class, component or suite with the drop of a hat for any size or expansion or decrease in preposition values. Dot NET framework encompasses all the capabilities to build a great application that can run anywhere. It meets and enhances emerging needs of modern enterprises. Applications developed with Dot Net are fully customizable and competent to handle huge loads when they spike.

Also, it removes the need of re-investing in new software as business grows or department expansion, it just scales itself to adapt to changing scenarios. Of course, with the help of application extensions and great .NET developers available on hire for their technical support.

Development Arsenal – Technical Support

 As .Net is one of the most widely used platforms for web and enterprise mobility apps development, .NET developers are easily available for consultation and hire. You can virtually decide the scope and few more features with the help of .Net software development companies like i-verve who are known for amazing .NET development and provide a free consultation for .Net projects. They can also help you choose between cloud storage and database options.
Not only professionals but an array of applications an enterprise can utilize with .NET include:

  • Office 365 Development and Services
  • Microsoft Dynamics
  • CRM and ERP portal Development
  • SharePoint Development and Services
  • Commercial websites and Social portals

Compatibility – Integration with Existing Systems
With Dot Net application development, developers can easily build apps & software that runs seamlessly on tablets, mobiles & desktops with uniform user experiences. Much of the .NET environment configuration, parameters & code can be reused to suit application development within .NET framework. Also important for enterprise applications is backward compatibility & easy integration with existing systems.

It also allows integration with multiple systems and platforms by consuming XML documents of any type. Moreover, component reusability allows access to applications on-the-go. Cross-device and platform compatibility, modularization and toll improvisations ensure that .NET becomes compatible with every platform and languages that are known to mankind.

Adaptability
.NET has the ability to adapt with every coding language and platform. It can virtually merge any and every application whether it’s new or old, modern or legacy. It can contribute towards combining mobile applications with desktop and web software and share coding and data for native and hybrid application development.

Not only its adaptability adds a layer or security, it also is the shortest way to test the feasibility of any development work. We’ve worked on customizing projects for industries like Accounting, Manufacturing, Aviation, Utility, Pharmaceutical, Government, Staffing and HR and much more.

Maintenance
With .NET applications, enterprises can get round-the-clock support from Microsoft for their .NET project development. It is backed by a strong and vibrant community of dedicated Dot Net developers who regularly contribute in various forums for technical glitches and troubleshooting steps.
It almost requires no maintenance once implemented with technical support like:

  • Less re-writing of development codes
  • Easy integration of new modules and features with current development
  • Modification time and component re-arrangement requires less time
  • Contracts available with your project developers on term basis with data-driven support

Security
For enterprises, application security is non-negotiable. And Microsoft .NET platform offers top-notch security features when it comes to app and software development. It builds sophisticated and very secure enterprise applications with pre-built features like:

  • Code checks,
  • Encryptions,
  • Character validations
  • Code Access security (CAS)

Dot NET works great with every cloud but it’s gelling with Microsoft Azure is simply amazing. Azure is an enterprise-driven hybrid cloud solution that provides data storage and database integration. It can work both with new applications as well as legacy software and take a drill down of data and store it safely on clouds.
DotNet works great with different cloud platforms like:

  • Amazon Web Services
  • Google Cloud
  • Microsoft Azure
  • IBM SoftLayer and BlueMix
  • RackSpace and Heroku

Cross Platform Compatibility – Cloud Integration

.NET platform’s maintainability, ease of deployment, scalability and reliability make it one of the most preferred frameworks for enterprise application development. The added benefits of reduced complexity and increased security add feathers to its credentials. Its cross-platform capabilities have increased its demand to build solid, powerful and secure applications for enterprises of all sizes, resulting in increased operational efficiency and improved ROI.

 

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Welcome to ProGate Technology

  06/23/17 01:02 am, by , Categories: Welcome , Tags: photo
Welcome to ProGate Technology

We are committed to provide quality services to our customers. Our key strength is our technical expertise, we carry proven expertise and capabilities on providing IT solutions and services, training & software licensing solutions.

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Managed IT is not the future of the cloud

  06/19/17 06:22 am, by , Categories: Azure , Tags: first, photo
Managed IT is not the future of the cloud

As we know that, In IT industry the Cloud services are covering the market day to day. But there are several things we need to understand if we are being ready to move with cloud technology.

HP officially announced what many of us anticipated for months. After months of denials and flip-flopping they will shut down their HP Helion Public Cloud service. How does their SLA stack up against other cloud providers now?

The problem with HP's cloud strategy was simple:

In April 2015, Hilf told the New York Times. "We thought people would rent or buy computing from us. It turns out that it makes no sense for us to go head-to-head."

HP offered a small subset of features cloud adopters look for. Their compute service offered a fraction of what AWS EC2 service does, at prices starting at 3-times those of EC2. Their relational database service never came out of public beta. Their storage services were pitiful compared to AWS storage options. They never offered any of the application-level services. Ultimately it was the lack of direction that undermined them.

 Bartoletti said:

It wasn't a mistake to get into public cloud, but the failure came from keeping the product in beta so long and not being clear with a strategy that said why it was better, faster or cheaper than what was out there. 

HP is a force to reckon with in the enterprise server market. For HP enterprise customers of today HP cloud may have made sense. It offered them a palatable transition to the cloud without giving up their investment into on premise. Much like IBM in the 1980s and Microsoft in the 1990s, HP appealed to the

C-suite. To paraphrase an old bit of wisdom, no one got fired from an enterprise IT department for picking HP.

Large enterprises of tomorrow are small start-ups of today. When they set out to build something they do not go to HP. They go to Google, AWS, or Azure. Each of these offer services that go beyond the basic compute and networking infrastructure. They do so in ways that appeal to application developers.

In a comment on my IT transformation post Twitter user @ejohnfel said the following:

Second, certainly old-timey IT has to get used to the idea of moving the whole operation into the cloud, the reality is, the cloud only dislocates the physical hardware, the power and cooling requirements.

That is the type of thinking about cloud computing that HP counted on. Networking, servers, storage and relational databases are the basic building blocks of application infrastructure. They are important but what makes or breaks the cloud is a universe of APIs and services for building applications. IBM, another big player in the enterprise IT market, knows this.

The attraction of the public cloud is in the following:

Automation of all tasks and programmatic access to all capabilities of the platform.

Serverless compute model, i.e. AWS Lambda, Heroku, Google App Engine and, to a certain extent, Docker.

Managed database products by use case: SQL, NoSQL, caching, analytics and warehousing.

Managed data processing services such as queuing, map-reduce, streaming, etc.

Third party developer APIs such as Office 365, Salesforce, Google Apps, Evernote, Dropbox, etc.

Open analytics APIs such as AWS Machine Learning, IBM Watson, and similar products by Google and Microsoft.

Application developers want to build applications. They do not want to manage infrastructure or take part in IT red tape. Where HP cloud could not succeed is at appealing to developers. They did not offer application services. They did not make it easy for citizen developers to build applications without IT bureaucracy.

HP cloud failure is a lesson to all trying to build IaaS, PaaS and SaaS clouds for their customers. Managed IT is not the future. Server less apps, APIs and algorithms are.

Since after these various update, it’s been clear that If we are planning to move with cloud, then we should move with the (Un managed) which is managed by our IT team and it must be with association of any solution provider in your region.

Being Progate, we are the Authorized IT solution provider, we help our corporate clients to architecture their cloud and infrastructure.

 

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History of Cloud Computing

  06/19/17 06:22 am, by , Categories: Azure , Tags: first

Before emerging the cloud computing, there was Client/Server computing which is basically a centralized storage in which all the software applications, all the data and all the controls are resided on the server side.

If a single user wants to access specific data or run a program, he/she need to connect to the server and then gain appropriate access, and then he/she can do his/her business.

Then after, distributed computing came into picture, where all the computers are networked together and share their resources when needed.

On the basis of above computing, there was emerged of cloud computing concepts that later implemented.

At around in 1961, John MacCharty suggested in a speech at MIT that computing can be sold like a utility, just like a water or electricity. It was a brilliant idea, but like all brilliant ideas, it was ahead if its time, as for the next few decades, despite interest in the model, the technology simply was not ready for it.

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Cloud Computing

  06/19/17 06:22 am, by , Categories: Azure , Tags: first

You are probably using cloud computing right now, even if you don’t realise it. If you use an online service to send email, edit documents, watch movies or TV, listen to music, play games or store pictures and other files, it is likely that cloud computing is making it all possible behind the scenes. The first cloud computing services are barely a decade old, but already a variety of organisations—from tiny startups to global corporations, government agencies to non-profits—are embracing the technology for all sorts of reasons. Here are a few of the things you can do with the cloud:

  • Create new apps and services
  • Store, back up and recover data
  • Host websites and blogs
  • Stream audio and video
  • Deliver software on demand
  • Analyse data for patterns and make predictions

       

Benefits of cloud computing:

Cloud computing is a big shift from the traditional way businesses think about IT resources. What is it about cloud computing? Why is cloud computing so popular? Here are 6 common reasons organisations are turning to cloud computing services:

1. Cost

Cloud computing eliminates the capital expense of buying hardware and software and setting up and running on-site datacenters—the racks of servers, the round-the-clock electricity for power and cooling, the IT experts for managing the infrastructure. It adds up fast.

2. Speed

Most cloud computing services are provided self service and on demand, so even vast amounts of computing resources can be provisioned in minutes, typically with just a few mouse clicks, giving businesses a lot of flexibility and taking the pressure off capacity planning.

3. Global scale

The benefits of cloud computing services include the ability to scale elastically. In cloud speak, that means delivering the right amount of IT resources—for example, more or less computing power, storage, bandwidth—right when its needed and from the right geographic location.

4. Productivity

On-site datacenters typically require a lot of “racking and stacking”—hardware set up, software patching and other time-consuming IT management chores. Cloud computing removes the need for many of these tasks, so IT teams can spend time on achieving more important business goals.

5. Performance

The biggest cloud computing services run on a worldwide network of secure datacenters, which are regularly upgraded to the latest generation of fast and efficient computing hardware. This offers several benefits over a single corporate datacenter, including reduced network latency for applications and greater economies of scale.

6. Reliability

Cloud computing makes data backup, disaster recovery and business continuity easier and less expensive, because data can be mirrored at multiple redundant sites on the cloud provider’s network.

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