White Paper by Industry Guru Mike Otey: Using Microsoft .NET to Build Scalable Enterprise IBM i Applications
This white paper discusses developing real world IBM i applications using Microsoft’s .NET Framework. Topics include how .NET can be used to integrate the IBM i with other enterprise platforms like Microsoft SQL Server and SharePoint, the requirements for developing and running .NET applications connected to the IBM i and the most critical enterprise level development issues faced by IBM i .NET applications.
LANSA White Paper: Fusing the IBM i and Windows platforms with iFusion.net
This in-depth white paper explains the role of the iFusion.net solution in a heterogeneous environment and how it addresses the need to view these environments as a consolidated whole and deliver composite applications utilizing your existing investment in the IBM i and Windows platforms.
Got RPG and.Net? Stop Mixing and Start Fusing with iFusion.net
David Brault, LANSA Product Manager, demonstrates how you can stop duplicating the same business rules in multiple applications by enabling developers to define and maintain business logic and validation rules in a single location, enforced by .NET and RPG applications alike. You will learn how to increase developer productivity, improve the accuracy of production data, and provide .NET developers with access to native i5/OS real-time features like data areas, spool files, OS commands, RPG/COBOL/CL APIs, the IFS and more.
Video: 3 Minute Overview of iFusion.net
Watch a 3 minute overview of the iFusion.net solution.
Demo: Fusing Microsoft Outlook with IBM i Systems
This demonstration illustrates how iFusion technology has been used to fuse components of an iSeries ERP application with Microsoft Outlook. The results being improved usability, workflow and productivity.
Demo: Fusing Microsoft SharePoint with IBM i Systems
Showcase: Fusing the Windows and IBM i Worlds
Announcing the Fusion of Power and Productivity
LANSA announces iFusion.net, a new solution that combines IBM and Microsoft technologies to form a unified architecture that enables organizations to fuse their tailor-made legacy systems with Microsoft solutions.