Middleware platforms have been a critical platform in delivering enterprise applications architectures for well over 20 years. J2EE application platforms are largely the de facto standard and have significantly evolved to include monitoring capabilities, management tools in addition to the development tools, data services, cloud services, APIs, and execution run-time engines. The key benefit in deploying these platforms was the promise of all-inclusive development and run-time platforms for building custom applications.
Fast-forward to today’s cloud-centric API-driven consumption models leveraging containers and micro-services, where the challenge to modernize legacy applications is compounded by the allure of extreme cost efficiency, application scalability, and demand-driven performance. The real challenge is how to manage the shift to today’s cutting-edge application platforms without interrupting user’s and business processes.
As an application-centric services company over the past two decades, Data Intensity has amassed the skill sets to support a number of well-known legacy J2EE application middleware platforms.
Data Intensity supports platforms such as GlassFish, WebSphere, JBoss, and Apache as well as burgeoning platforms including Redshift, Kubernetes, Mesos, and now server-less compute services across popular public cloud platforms. Our knowledge of the legacy platforms, capabilities, and architectural design constructs of the new technologies provides the perfect bridge for organizations looking for a service provider to help modernize workloads to lower costs and scale capacity as your business grows.
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