• JNBridgePro

    Make the Impossible Possible

    See what fast and rich communications

    between Java & .NET can do

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    From the JNBridge Labs

    Create a .NET graphical monitor for Hadoop

    Build an Excel add-in for HBase MapReduce

    Build a LINQ provider for HBase MapReduce

    Build .NET-based MapReducers for Hadoop

    Use Java SSH Library with BizTalk

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    JNBridgePro Supports Mono

    Run your .NET-side on Linux or Windows

    with full access to enterprise Java

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  • Latest News
  • New product versions: JNBridgePro 7.2 and v3.2 of JMS Adapters released, provide support for Java 8   Learn more.                                     
  • New product versions: JNBridgePro 7.1 and v3.1 of JMS Adapters released, provide support for Visual Studio 2013 and JMS 2.0   Learn more.                                     
  • New Lab: Create a .NET-based Visual Monitoring System for Hadoop   See how it works.   Get the code.                      


Bridge anything Java to .NET
Bridge anything .NET to Java

JNBridge delivers tools and adapters that empower you to take disparate software that you thought couldn't connect and make it work together easily and transparently, on the ground and in the cloud.

JNBridgePro removes the complexity of cross-platform interop, so you can generate solutions within days.

JMS Adapters for .NET or BizTalk

Connect JMS to anything .NET
Connect JMS to BizTalk Server

JNBridge provides plug & play adapters that allow you to exchange messages between a JMS messaging infrastructure and a .NET application or BizTalk Server.

The adapters just work right out of the box. See how enterprise customers have achieved success.

Enterprise-class interoperability
World-class integration

Do you have .NET-based and Java-based components that you need to have interoperate or heterogeneous applications that you need to integrate?

Enterprises around the world have successfully used JNBridge's solutions to meet their interoperability needs.

Is one of these scenarios yours?

See how leading-edge interoperability works: