CACHÉ Birmingham Road Show, National Motorcycle Museum, July 3rd
Eton, UK – May 28, 2002 – Speed is the main theme of an InterSystems road show being held, appropriately, at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham on Wednesday 3rd July. The core topic covers the role of Web Services between the opposing worlds of .Net and Java development. Along with live demonstrations of CACHÉ technology that bridges all three of these environments, there will be a chance to hear top analyst Robin Bloor, CEO of Bloor Research talk on the subject.
InterSystems will explain how CACHÉ’s unique design enables Rapid Application Development (RAD) with exceptionally high database performance. “CACHÉ plays well in both relational and object-oriented technologies at the same time. Data is projected as SQL tables and as part of Object Orientated classes: you get the best of both worlds. Leaving you free to choose your programming languages including Java, EJB, XML, SOAP, Visual Basic, C++, C#, COM, .Net and Dynamic Web Pages,” explains Mike Fuller, marketing director.
To enable those attending to see what CACHÉ can do for their business, CACHÉ experts will be on-hand for one-to-one consultancy sessions. The day also includes lunch and – as an added bonus – a free tour of the National Motorcycle Museum.
Headquartered in Cambridge, Mass., InterSystems Corporation (www.InterSystems.com) is the leading provider of high-performance database systems, with over four million users worldwide. InterSystems’ flagship product, CACHÉ, is a post-relational database with a multidimensional data and application server offering ultra-fast and massively scalable objects and SQL. CACHÉ features breakthrough rapid development technology for building object and web based applications.
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