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Decurion Corporation Migrates Ticket Sales Website to Full Suite of Red Hat Solutions
March 13, 2008
Customer: Pacific Theatres Corporation
.NET framework to JBoss Enterprise Application Platform
Enhanced support and increased performance, scalability and cost-effectiveness.
With a growing online customer base, Decurion’s ArcLightCenmas.com looked to fix issues with its ticket sales website, previously based on Microsoft’s .NET framework.
JBoss Enterprise Application Platform, Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat Global File System
“We had major stability issues before, and the application server was not functioning properly at all,” said Kral. “We have experienced significant improvement in the performance at our new centralised data center. The migration to Red Hat Enterprise Linux went very smoothly, and when we realized that the Linux systems reached an excellent response time, we just had to match that with low-cost hardware.”