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ORbyte Solutions' platform is well adapted to rapid and reliable product development. Our front-end and back-end Framework allows us to focus on developing what really matters: the business logic and not the architecture plumbing (messaging, deployment, database, routing,...).
Our lightweight client application is developed in Ajax. It is based on a framework and a client engine which provide an environment for Rich User Interface (UI) design and efficient communication with the servers. UI components can be re-used and combined to deliver the most advanced features to your customers. The look and feel is entirely driven by CSS which means the presentation is managed centrally and can be changed dynamically.
It is well adapated for incremental and collaborative development with product owners. Our UI framework is extremely flexible but the true Agility comes from our unique back-end framework.
Traditional 3-tier Transaction Processing (TP) architectures are built around a midlle-tier business logic layer, a messaging/queueing mechanism and a data persistence layer. These multiple layers, sometimes maintained by different teams, sometimes requiring different technical skills, frequently outsourced to 3rd parties, very often introduce additional levels of complexity and friction in the development process. Usually everything goes well in an Agile initiative until there is a need to change the back-end systems. This is where the team hits the Agility crash barrier.
This is not the case with ORbyte Solutions ... See ORbyte product description>>
Our framework takes care of:
A self contained Agile team can operate in total independence. They can focus on developing the business logic and not waste their time on the "plumbing" (messaging, deployment and database). The only technical skill requiered is JAVA or your OO language of choice.
The net result is speed, accuracy and quality: we have developped our first beta trading application in 1 month and our beta charting package in 2 weeks.
It is quicker for us to conceive a front-to-back prototype than design mock-ups and write detailed requirements. Now, that's agility!