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Tata Sky reduces TCO by 75% replacing proprietary middleware with Red Hat JBoss Middleware

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. As the existing platform reached end-of-life and needed a version upgrade, Tata Sky
https://www.redhat.com/en/resources/tata-sky-reduces-tco-75-replacing-proprietary-middleware-red-hat-jboss-middleware

The Emirates Group flies high by building powerful, open travel platform with Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Middleware

The Emirates Group was looking to migrate to a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) solution at an enterprise level--based on open source software. The platform, which was to be named the Open Travel Platform (OTP), was to host all travel-related services and mission-critical applications. The
https://www.redhat.com/en/resources/emirates-group-flies-high-building-powerful-open-travel-platform-red-hat-jboss-enterprise-middleware

ING-DiBa gains high availability and increases scalability of its banking systems with JBoss Enterprise Application Platform

ING-DiBa AG had to ensure long-term scalability and process agility of its bank’s mission-critical middleware infrastructure. In addition, the financial services company set out to achieve cost efficiency through open source subscriptions, while guaranteeing enterprise-level support for a highly
https://www.redhat.com/en/resources/ing-diba-gains-high-availability-and-increases-scalability-its-banking-systems-jboss-enterprise-application-platform

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