Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) is defined as the uses of software and computer systems architectural principles to integrate a set of enterprise computer applications. EAI intends to transcend the simple goal of linking applications, and attempts to enable new and innovative ways of leveraging organizational knowledge to create further competitive advantages for the enterprise.
This white paper discusses how organisations can accomplish these things by moving development of enterprise applications to the cloud by leveraging Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), and in the process reduce development costs, avoid complexity, and increase developer productivity.
Business and IT leaders are looking to virtualization and cloud computing to deliver unprecedented agility for supporting a wide range of objectives, including cost management, increased mobility, higher application availability, and greater responsiveness to customer-related opportunities.
Many organizations that have realized the benefits of server virtualization are ready to move to network virtualization. By combining hardware and software resources and functionality into a single, software-based administrative entity, these organizations can reap the benefits of greater data center agility
Companies must manage the increasing variety, volume and velocity of new data pouring into their systems from an ever-expanding number of sources. Read this new whitepaper to learn about the seven essential elements needed to achieve the highest performance.
IT organizations are constantly faced with the challenge to produce high-quality solutions with a lower total cost of ownership (TCO). With the growing recognition that open source software provides quality, stable solutions, migrations of existing enterprise applications to products such as JBoss® Enterprise Application Platform have become increasingly popular.
JBoss Enterprise Application Platform provides a holistic solution that includes tools for such business challenges as business process management, enterprise application integration, and serviceoriented architectures (SOA), enterprise portals, and data services solutions.
IDC analyzed the business value that six surveyed organizations are realizing through their use of Red Hat integration products based on interviews conducted from April to June 2014. Interviewees were from companies ranging in size from just hundreds of employees to several hundred thousand employees, with a mean employee base of just under 92,000. Companies interviewed included representatives from the telecommunications, IT, shipment and logistics, and document management industries. These organizations are headquartered in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Norway and several of them operate on a global scale. These organizations use JBoss Fuse for integration and development of business-critical internal and customer-facing applications
As Oracle Java Composite Application Platform Suite (CAPS) nears the end of its life cycle, healthcare organizations are switching to Red Hat JBoss Fuse to prepare for future business needs. Red Hat JBoss Fuse represents existing use cases on a more flexible, standards-compliant platform. With over 100 different connectors, Red Hat JBoss Fuse offers extensive integration coverage to optimize data flow — both to internal users and to external healthcare partners — on-premise, on mobile devices, or in the cloud.
This white paper illustrates how Mobile application analytics can play a vital role in your DevOps strategy that can help your company create a superior end-user experience. Providing deep insight, this discipline produces benefits for a variety roles across the organisation.