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Visual WebGui Becomes a Microsoft Cloud Computing Enabler

Gizmox announces that its flagship product Visual WebGui, the rich Internet application platform, now enables customers to build and deploy applications to Microsoft's cloud computing environment, Windows Azure. With the use of Visual WebGui, Gizmox will demonstrate to customers and partners an extremely fast and low-cost method to port line of business (LOB) applications to the cloud at the Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) in New Orleans.

Visual WebGui creates native applications with Windows Azure that can run on the cloud and enables the migration of on-premises LOB applications to the cloud without rewrite - saving enterprises huge costs in development and deployment time.

Visual WebGui's IP architecture allows users accustomed to on-premise LOB applications to retain their development skills and user experience when porting UI's to the cloud. Visual WebGui applications running on Windows Azure look, feel, and behave like their on-premise counterparts.

Once on Windows Azure, the VWG application UI is virtualized and streamed to any standard browser or device. Visual WebGui's virtualization technology dramatically reduces customers' cloud bandwidth and CPU usage, offering a more cost effective runtime environment for native Azure applications.

Visual WebGui is the first RIA development and deployment platform to extend desktop power to the Internet atop the .NET Framework. Visual WebGui allows users to build more powerful, rich and fast UI's using control and theme designers and the Drag & Drop visual form designer to deploy to the Web or Cloud as AJAX or Microsoft Silverlight UIs. Developing Web applications in Visual WebGui provides no learning curve for Microsoft Windows developers who feel more at home programming in Visual Basic, C#, and other desktop native programs, cutting development time up to a proven 90 percent. More than 35,000 VWG applications have been built, and are in production, at enterprises such as SAP, IBM, Israel Aerospace Industry, leading insurance companies, government offices, and multi-national companies such as Visa, Stainly, Trysis, NetworkD, Net Size, American File Net, Phoenix insurance company, Blue Phoenix, Texas Instrument and many more.



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