Micro Focus showcases new generation .NET developer tools at Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 launch

Micro Focus provides innovative software that allows companies to dramatically improve the business value of their enterprise applications. Micro Focus Enterprise Application Modernization and Management software enables customers’ business applications to respond rapidly to market changes and embrace modern architectures with reduced cost and risk.

Micro Focus has more than 30 years of expertise and more than 15,000 customers including more than 70 of the Fortune Global 100 companies and one million licensed users.

Micro Focus Visual COBOL enables developers to exploit existing enterprise .NET Framework applications on the Microsoft platform. The millions of organizations that continue to rely on COBOL-based applications to run their business now have a low-risk opportunity to take advantage of Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 without the need for rewriting their applications..

Micro Focus Silk4Net, the proven choice of QA professionals for powerful, functional and regression test automation, brings the best test automation capabilities to Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. It achieves the benefits that have been sought after with test automation for many years and are now demanded in Agile transformations.

Micro Focus DevPartner Studio enables .NET developers to debug, analyze, test and tune applications and will deliver enhanced visibility into the inner workings of applications being developed within Microsoft Visual Studio 2010.

Micro Focus Analyzer Express for Microsoft Visual Studio helps .NET developers accelerate their day-to-day maintenance activities. .NET developers can be faced with complex application structures, which can be extremely challenging to fully understand. This slows the execution of much needed business requirements.

“We are delighted to be offering customers the ability to develop and deliver higher quality products,” said Peter Duffell, vice president, Strategic Partners, of Micro Focus. “Our presence in the roll-out of Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 demonstrates both the relevance of core IT assets within global organizations’ IT infrastructures and the demand from the developer community to exploit them on Microsoft platforms. As we look to the future, Micro Focus will continue to work closely with its customers to provide them with tools, applications and software to support their business and vision for success.”

“We’re very pleased to have Micro Focus, a Microsoft Visual Studio Industry Partner, play such a critical role in one of our most important launches for 2010,” said Jason Zander, general manager of the Microsoft Visual Studio Developer Division. “Each of Micro Focus’ products uses Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 to its fullest potential, enabling developers to more easily build new applications and manage their existing applications.”

New products integrate with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 to greatly simplify applications development and testing

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