It was an exciting year for Haulmont. Founded in 2008, we had a big birthday party in September to celebrate our tenth anniversary. The party was held in Samara, Russia with the London office flying over to join in the celebrations.  We also celebrated the first and second birthdays of our Saratov and Togliatti offices respectively and opened new offices in Vladivostok and Almaty.


In October, Haulmont exhibited at the Oracle Code One Conference -  formerly known as JavaOne - in San Francisco. The conference is one of the biggest events across the globe in the Java calendar and a great opportunity for Haulmont to showcase the latest CUBA developments. as well as supporting two Java User Group meet-ups and meeting up with clients on the West Coast.  

Additionally, the team also supported two Java User Group meet-ups, the first of which took place in Seattle. At this event, Haulmont developers discussed some of the most common questions that they are asked and how CUBA can help to solve them.


We’re delighted to announce that we are launching our CUBA Platform in China and will be working with a team in China to promote the use of the framework nationally.  

There is a lot of opportunity in China as there are a number of young and junior developers looking for rapid development tools such as CUBA to build on. We have been publishing articles in the Chinese community to ascertain the interest levels and are pleased to see an appetite to use CUBA Platform.


GIDS, the Great Indian Developer Summit took place in April. This summit is one of the largest conferences for developers in India with industry-leading companies supporting the event including IBM, Oracle and Google. It is the second year that Haulmont has exhibited CUBA Platform at the Summit.

The conference took place over four days in Bangalore with a footfall of approximately 5000 visitors. Each day was dedicated to a different topic and this year the topics were mobile apps and web; Java and dynamic languages; data and the cloud; and DevOps and architecture.  


We’re delighted to announce that CUBA Platform is launching Marketplace, an online catalogue of community-created add-ons and components that have been created on the CUBA Platform. The Marketplace gives developers the opportunity to pick and choose add-ons to customise their apps and choose from a range of both commercially available and free-of-charge components.

For further details and information, visit the CUBA Platform Blog.


We have just announced changes to the CUBA Platform which are due to be implemented in the near future. The most significant of all developments is regarding CUBA Studio. From version 7, CUBA Studio will be built into IntelliJ IDEA with a stack update, new API and new UI data layer. The full roadmap contains information about other major add-ons and new features.

Full details can be found on the CUBA Platform’s blog.


2017 was another successful year for Haulmont Technology with business growth across all of our key products.Take a look at the highlights below.  

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Haulmont has seen consistent growth throughout 2017 with profit doubling since 2016 and sales increasing by 75%.

To cope with the additional demand, the business has employed 80 new members of staff, extended the existing offices in Samara and Togliatti and built a brand new office in Saratov.


Joker, one of the largest Java conferences in Russia, took place on the 3rd-4th November at the Expoforum Convention and Exhibition Centre in Saint-Petersburg.

Over 1000 developers and IT specialists attended the event including the CUBA Platform team.

More than 40 presentations and speeches on Java technical issues and solutions were given with the hottest topics including the latest releases of Java 9, Java EE 8, JUnit 5 and Spring Framework 5. The highlight was a keynote speech given by Kai Horstmann, author of the legendary book ‘Core Java’.


Last month, Haulmont Technology returned to San Francisco to demonstrate CUBA Platform at JavaOne 2017. JavaOne is the world’s biggest Java developer conference and this year took place on 1st-5th October.

This is the third year that CUBA Platform has exhibited at JavaOne. When the Platform debuted in 2015, the product was relatively unknown, but this has changed significantly as brand awareness has increased over the past three years. CUBA Platform is now well established within the Java community, with attendees keen to find out more about new functionalities and updates to the framework.


Since CUBA Platform was published as an open-source solution we are constantly moving towards increasing transparency. The source code is available on GitHub. About a year ago we made CUBA issue tracker accessible, followed by publishing the platform roadmap. Now, we encourage everyone to contribute the code and influence CUBA Platform development.