Modern Cross-platform Eclipse-based Remote Development
NXTware Remote makes remote agile development possible for OpenVMS, Unix/Linux, and other operating systems from Windows or Linux workstations. It simplifies remote development for C, C++, COBOL, BASIC, Pascal, FORTRAN and Java developers, making them more productive.
NXTware Remote is a distributed integrated development environment comprised of two components: NXTware Remote Server and NXTware Remote Studio, an Eclipse plug-in. Together, they enable developers to use modern IDEs to analyze and edit code on local workstations then compile, debug and deploy them on any remote server with greater productivity, better code quality and the agility needed to meet future needs.
Calculate the Value of NXTware Remote for Your Company
NXTware Remote is saving developers precious time. One company estimated that each of their developers was able to save 15 minutes programming and an additional 30 minutes daily due to better programming tools. What will you save in your environment?
"[NXTware Remote] improves the source code presentation and readability and gives us a better understanding of existing code. Essentially it allows the developer to concentrate on real coding with less wasted time in searching through the code."— Avi Freizen, Senior Software Developer at Cal
"NXTware Remote's powerful editors do so much more than I expected. COBOL, Fortran, Pascal, BASIC, DCL and JAVA support is an requirement. Macro support, syntax highlighting and code assist is expected in an editor these days. But support for OpenVMS specific scripting languages like TDF, IFDL, GDF, as well as SQL and SQLMOD just showed how well this product is tuned to the needs of OpenVMS users."— John Apps, HP Software Architect and OpenVMS Evangelist
"Customers continue to look for simpler and faster means to develop and deploy applications. The new eCube NXTware Remote tool for HP OpenVMS and HP Integrity servers help customers, who have standardized on Eclipse, to gain the benefits of the OpenVMS platform. This includes the ability to easily write code using the most current and commonly used tools, for better operation efficiency."— Jennifer Millier, Vice President, Mission-critical Business Solutions, HP