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Travelers Migrates Mission-Critical SAS Applications From Solaris to Red Hat Enterprise Linux on HP ProLiant Servers

In 2005, after observing the insurance industry’s growing awareness of and interest in Linux, Travelers began testing the viability of deploying Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® in its datacenter. It wasn’t long before senior IT management declared Red Hat Enterprise Linux as the strategic Linux-based server operating system for the organization going forward.


The ability to integrate systems and share data across the enterprise is a common datacenter need. “Integration bus” is a common term that describes the technology used for middlewarebased integration. Integration bus needs can vary in complexity, data volume, and required performance. Red Hat offers multiple products that can help customers develop and deploy middleware

Benefits of Migration to Modern Middleware Services

Business applications are no longer isolated to the back office. Today, these applications are at the forefront of the way businesses interact with customers, suppliers, and partners. As customer expectations change, these applications must change at a rapid pace. This puts enormous pressure on the software development team to keep up with demand. The development


The ability to integrate systems and share data across the enterprise is a common datacenter need. Shared data needs to be transported between endpoints, and in today’s connected world we assume the capability to reliably move data is ever-present. That is a compliment to messaging platforms like Red Hat® JBoss® A-MQ. Messaging gets data from

JBoss Enterprise Application Platform and Oracle WebL ogic Se rver Enterprise Edition

The technology foundation for both JBoss Enterprise Middleware from Red Hat and Oracle Fusion Middleware is the application platform. Red Hat and Oracle offer their application platforms, JBoss Enterprise Application Platform and Oracle WebLogic Server (respectively), as standalone technology. Application platforms are also the basis of other enterprise technologies such as enterprise service bus, business

Why the future of the cloud is open

Choosing how to build a hybrid cloud is perhaps the most strategic decision IT leaders will make this decade. It’s a choice that will determine their organization’s competitiveness, flexibility, and IT economics for the next ten years. That’s because, done right, a cloud delivers strategic advantages to the business by redir-ecting resources from lights-on to

Red Hat Enterprise Virtualisation For Servers: Vmware Migration

A recent finding by IDG in 2011 found that over 70 percent of customers surveyed are either already deploying a dual virtualization vendor strategy, or have concrete plans to do so1. With the maturation of the virtualization market and the emergence of alternative virtualization platforms, VMware customers are recognizing the advantages of deploying Red Hat

The Road to Enterprise PaaS

Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) provides an abstraction that makes developers more productive by helping them focus on creating applications rather than dealing with infrastructures. This is important as information and its associated processing has become central to more businesses, even those in industries that haven’t been historically thought of as dependent on information technology. And that makes