In the case of native integration between Java and .NET done with Javonet you can count in the significant reduction of the costs of your development and risk of the project. When you aim for close to native performance, highest reliability and tight integration, Javonet based communication between Java and .NET beats the alternative approaches like web services or custom native wrappers not mentioning the rewriting the whole application to the other technology.
The effort required to perform the integration between these 2 technologies that is based on the web services or custom native wrappers is much higher than the native integration done with Javonet as described in our previous posts. The alternative client-server approaches of integrating Java and .NET bring as well the numerous development and deployment artifacts which can be problematic in management and manintenance (i.e. additional servers and server administrators for web services or maintenance of the custom developed native wrappers that also would require the additional skills like C++, .NET, Java etc.).
Javonet on the opposite allows for achieving the best performing integration between Java and .NET with significantly reduced cost of the development and risk. This is possible with Javonet solution as it requires practically equal effort to call any method from the other technology as if it was a call of components within single language (the effort required to make a native method call compared to a call done with Javonet can be expressed as the ratio of 1:1,2) with the tiny overhead for a small additional semantics required by Javonet. As the result there is a lot less coding and code needed to accomplish the cross-technological project than if the web services or native custom wrappers or code rewriting would be considered.
The significantly reduced amount of code and the reduced development artifacts result in much less integration testing as the only part to be tested is the main application itself and the methods or classes that are directly bound to the integration, there is no need to perform any tests of the additional artifacts i.e. native wrappers or web services. Foreign modules integrated with Javonet can be easily tested within local unit tests and also can be easily executed on any build servers.
All the above finally leads to way smaller documentation that would be required with alternative approaches.
These advantages of Javonet find the very positive feedback coming from the biggest companies all over the world. The Javonet’s native integration guarantees the highest performance and reliability that has been proved in various projects accomplished successfully by the biggest in the world companies from all over the world. Our native integration technology is support many crucial software solutions offered in different industries on the regular basis.