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Swedish Railways Implements JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform For Improved Performance and Customer Service
February 20, 2008
Customer: Linkon AB
Build a new development platform to rapidly deliver integrated IT projects across the business
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform (JBoss AS 4.2, ESB 4.2, JBoss Messaging 1.4), EnterpriseDB
2 IBM xSeries 346 servers
Increased time-to-market of services for customers, increased ROI and interest in rail travel, eliminated licensing costs for the platform, integrated IT systems, and avoided vendor lock-in
Swedish Railways (SJ AB), the national railway operator in Sweden, travels between 350 stations and carries 100,000 passengers per day. The company maintains approximately 3,500 employees and boasts a yearly revenue of 1.3 billion dollars.
In May 2006, SJ AB recognized the need to upgrade its internal software delivery system in order to provide a shared platform for all of its IT systems. The integration of the IT systems is essential for SJ AB as it uses a diverse range of applications relevant to human resources, sales, and other departments. Each applications needs to be accessed across a range of interfaces from PCs to PDAs. A new department called the Integration Competence Centre (ICC) was established within SJ AB with assistance from Redpill. The ICC is responsible of establishing the Integration platform and deliver service based integration solutions and new service according to SJ AB requirements.