How open source helps public sector IT modernize app development
For public sector IT, decentralized legacy systems and applications pose continuous challenges. In addition, the agencies served are further constrained by policies, security guidelines, and cost restraints.
To alleviate this, many public sector IT departments are turning to flexible, innovative, open source middleware, automation, and app platform solutions to modernize development.
Middleware acts as the bridge between applications, databases, operating systems, and other important aspects of the app development and deployment process. Combined with automation solutions—to standardize common tasks—and a platform that works across multiple environments, developers can finally focus on meeting customer demands.
Red Hat’s® solutions allows public sector IT to modernize legacy applications and innovate while meeting security requirements and cost restraints.
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A container application platform to develop, host, scale, and deliver container-based apps in the cloud–with enterprise orchestration and pipeline management.
Red Hat JBoss® Middleware is a portfolio of lightweight, cloud-friendly, enterprise-grade products that lets public sector developers work more efficiently and deploy applications and services faster.
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Red Hat worked with Spin Systems to develop a system to collect and aggregate massive amounts of healthcare data.
Red Hat helped TMG Health, the largest business process outsourcing provider in the Medicare and Medicaid market, to modernize its legacy application environment.
Red Hat collaborated with Acuity Systems—an IT consulting firm and Red Hat partner—to build an open source platform to provide easier big data analysis.