Have you heard? Today Progress Software introduced Progress® Pacific™, a powerful, easy-to-use platform-as-a-service (PaaS) for building and managing “connected apps” on any cloud, mobile or social platform. Progress also announced today that it has acquired California-based Rollbase Inc. and will incorporate that technology into the Pacific platform.
This is the foundation of a major PaaS transformation Progress has been working on over the last year to address customer and partner demand in one of the fastest growing IT markets.
So, what is Progress Pacific?
Progress Pacific is a fundamental new approach that gives you the freedom to choose the data sources, deployment environment and business logic that best fit your needs.
In a nutshell, we’re taking Rollbase and our products, including Progress® DataDirect, OpenEdge and Corticon, and uniting them into one cloud-based platform. Now every aspect of developing an application – from design, setting up services, to connecting to data sources – will be part of one unified experience that conceals the complexity underneath.
Here are just a few of the capabilities that will be included:
Sounds great! When can I get it?
Progress Pacific will be generally available beginning in Summer 2013 with Rollbase® available immediately – so stay tuned!
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