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Java vs .NET for Long Term Use in the Enterprise

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Choosing the right technology for one’s business will depend on a number of factors. They might include the core reason and functions of the app, its scalability, connectivity and security requirements, and the current technology the client is using.  Personal preferences, current budget, compatibility, and legacy applications should also be considered.

Similarities: Java And .NET

Both Java and .NET are two well-known big technologies utilized for large applications. These technologies have changed over the years to offer support and improve server-side and desktop app development.

Very often, developers and organizations will have to choose between these 2 ones. Since there’s never a perfect platform out there, there are pros and cons of using either of them. Therefore, one will need to see the differences and similarities between them.

Both Java and .NET are similar to each other fundamentally. Both have been created to simplify app development by offering a system consisting of standardized and modular services and components.

Such standardized components let developers concentrate on business logic instead of doing programming at a basic level. There’s an assistance of visual tools that aid in the development of application known as RAD (Rapid Application Development).

Multi-Tiered Computing:

Java and .NET were purposely used to help programmers create “tiered” web apps. These tiered apps consist of a client tier, a database tier, and a server tier. All of them can offer services to help with transactions where business logic can be used and data recorded.

Development at Enterprise Level:

Both Java and .NET are fantastic technologies that can achieve the main aim of enterprise application development. Their origins lie within the C# (.NET’s main language) and C++ and C (Java). These platforms are object-aimed, have an automated garbage collection, and are type safe. While they’re making use of different syntax, they do their best to attain the same result.

Web Service Integration:

Java and .NET contain improved abilities to create and integrate web services, which allows apps to be widely operable and extensible. At the same time, both platforms provide similar components and functionality that offer a standard approach of conducting specific tasks such as scripting pages, gaining database access, dealing with messages, and linking to connect resources.

Making the Right Choice

Java and .NET have existed for a long while now. Both are popular development technologies utilized all over the globe. However, when one is going to decide which one to use, there are certain considerations that one must keep in mind. These include:

   1.    Application complexity.

One basic perception is that Microsoft has a bit of an edge over Java in making apps that require a wealthy GUI in offering online content. Java, on the other hand, has an advantage of offering intricate applications supporting more complex data or user volume.

   2.    Platform compatibility.

Java is compatible with more than one platform. It gives one enough freedom to choose their preferred vendor. Organizations would agree with customized Java development whenever both interoperability and integration are of utmost important.

  3.    Current developer skillset.

Think about what one’s current tech capabilities and skillset of one’s workforce mean. One must question themselves if they have developers that have preference to a certain technology. Getting developers trained and completely replacing the current infrastructure may appear to be costly.

Usage Preferences

Having a .NET-based solution may be the preferred option for an enterprise-grade application which entails high-end security and top-notch integrity of data. A Java-based solution would be perfect when the main need is multi-platform operability that’s in-line with the saying “writing things once and deploying it just about anywhere.”

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Victor Petrov

Victor is an experienced PM manager with a proven track record. He successfully manages projects in various business domains such as healthcare, retail, fintech, communication and transportation. Victor is an encouraging person who is always ready to share his knowledge.

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Serena Martin

Great write-up. I really appreciate the way you have written and explained. Worth reading it. Thanks for sharing it with us. Good work!