With today’s release of Modulus Enterprise, Progress is now providing a dedicated, compliance-ready environment for Node.js applications.
It’s no secret that Node.js is being widely used by Web application developers and is popular because it allows developers to use the same language for front-end interface and back-end processing.
Modulus Enterprise was designed to help companies meet speed, security and scalability needs in order to respond to customer and market trends quickly and bring product to market faster. Node.js developers now benefit from a cutting edge deployment platform, with enhanced features and functionality including:
One of the other major components of Modulus Enterprise that we are particularly proud of is the price. It is the product of Modulus’ deep understanding of Node.js combined with decades of enterprise experience from Progress, and available at a fraction of the price of competitors. We feel it’s a great opportunity to bring more partners and users into the fold and in turn, work with them to continually push the product forward keeping it on the cutting edge.
For more information and a free trial of Modulus or Modulus Enterprise visit https://www.progress.com/products/modulus or http://enterprise.modulus.io/
As the senior director of product marketing and strategy for the Progress solutions and audience marketing team, Paul Nashawaty keeps his eyes peeled on what enterprises are doing about big data as it relates to digital transformation. Paul is responsible for applying practical business methodologies using technological solutions to drive success in organizations.
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