JP Morgan Deploys .Net Remoting


LONDON--JP Morgan is using .Net remoting technology to bridge the gaps between its Java- and Microsoft .Net-based trading environments, and giving itself a new model for equities application development, officials confirmed last week.

The .Net remoting approach is a form of technological camouflage that makes Microsoft systems believe that the Java systems they are interacting with are using .Net.

For its camouflage, the bank is using the Ja.Net software from Vancouver, Canada-based integration

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