Allianz Australia Limited Standardizes On Red Hat Enterprise Linux on IBM’s System z Platform and JBoss Enterprise Middleware
Rebuild Allianz’s IT infrastructure based on a flexible and scalable platform that could leverage new virtualisation technology to generate hardware and support savings, and reduce its underlying software and operations costs for several strategic business application projects
An architecture based on Red Hat solutions provided the company the architectural flexibility and prompt response customers needed—with lower costs than their previous IT infrastructure.
To ensure total security in the operation of applications
To avoid vendor lock in and enable self-operation and maintenance capabilities, Casio migrated to Red Hat® Storage Server, whereby a virtual storage environment can be implemented using the internal disks of commodity servers.
Banco Azteca needed a more efficient and secure platform for customer transactions. The financial services provider migrated to Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® for a more economical platform with increased security.
CenturyLink sought an open source solution for deploying applications to increase flexibility and lower costs.
Bolsa Mexicana De Valores (BMV) sought a scalable, flexible, low-latency, and cost-effective solution that would guarantee availability of a mission-critical application with a large number of transactions per second.
This paper presents a head-to-head competitive comparison of JBoss® Enterprise BRMS with IBM WebSphere Operational Decision Manager (formerly IBM iLOG). Topics include comparisons of capabilities, additional benefits, and overall cost.