Expiring proprietary licenses gave financial consultant MLP the opportunity to evaluate their options for application servers.
Tata Sky’s critical Electronic Voucher Distribution (EVD) application was running on a proprietary middleware platform. Sustaining the platform was expensive, due to high license maintenance and support costs.
The Austrian Social Security Chipcard Provider and Operator, or SVC for short, chose Red Hat® JBoss® Enterprise Application Platform to construct a sustainable architecture for the oper
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
Rancore Partners with Red Hat to Build a Solid Service Delivery Platform that Delivers Remarkable 4G Telecom Innovation
To design a stable, flexible, high-performance, scalable, and cost-effective software infrastructure to build its mission-critical service delivery platform for 4G telecom networks
Hungama Digital Media Entertainment needed a reliable, robust platform to support a global telecom giant in India, a new mobile operator.
ResMed breathes easy with impressive cost savings with Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat JBoss Middleware
Replacing end-of-life proprietary system with a stable and reliable platform that would facilitate lower-cost hardware and ongoing savings on platform maintenance
Needed a single, common, and flexible platform that would simplify NYSE Euronext’s application development, deployment, and management processes while still meeting mission-critical requirements for reliability, performance, and scalability
2012 Red Hat Innovation Award Winner: Sprint makes the right call by replacing costly proprietary middleware with Red Hat JBoss Middleware
Tired of paying exorbitant licensing and maintenance fees for proprietary middleware, Sprint embarked on an open source initiative with JBoss Enterprise Application Platform that significantly cut costs.