OpenFusion TAO 2.3.1, OpenFusion JacORB 3.7, and OpenFusion CORBA Services 5.0.1

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Micro Focus is pleased to announce the availability of OpenFusion TAO 2.3.1, OpenFusion JacORB 3.7, and OpenFusion CORBA Services 5.0.1.

At the heart of the OpenFusion suite of products are the Micro Focus editions of the open source TAO and JacORB CORBA solutions. TAO 2.3.1 and JacORB 3.7 are complementary solutions that allow organizations to build and deploy highly scalable, performant, and secure CORBA based solutions using C++ or Java respectively. Each are enhanced over the community distributions to offer a more robust solution, suiting all types of use cases from Embedded to Enterprise.

Both OpenFusion TAO and JacORB are delivered pre-built, but they remain closely aligned to their community edition counterparts. This allows for a seamless transition between the Micro Focus distributions and their open source equivalents, thereby avoiding vendor lock-in.

Selection of Newly Supported Platforms:

  • Solaris 11 SPARC with Sun Studio 12.2
  • Solaris 11 Intel with Studio 12.
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12
  • RedHat Enterprise Linux 7
  • Microsoft Windows with Visual Studio 2013
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012, Windows 8.1, Windows 10

For the most up-to-date supported platform list, please see the SupportLine website here.

For the full list of changes, please see the product release notes available here.

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