Taashee Linux Services helps enterprises to overcome soaring costs of maintaining and updating applications by migrating entire infrastructure of theirs to the cloud. It ensures that applications become more resilient and functional with increased security. Organizations whose applications' performance is limited because of vendor limitations and other proprietary middleware norms could be effectively dealt by switching to application deployment to the cloud with JBoss migration.
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-> Modular Architecture
-> Resilient Applications
-> Maximum Security
->Manage load balancing
->Identify node failures
->Migrate to Activiti or BRMS / jBPM
->Embedded platform deployment
Benefits of JBoss Migration
By migrating to JBoss middleware, it is possible for organizations to erase the technological barriers with respect to Mobile, Big Data, and Cloud Computing platforms. Also, it is because of Red Hat's flagship Enterprise Application Platform (EAP) due to which applications become more cohesive and agile.
At Taashee, JBoss developers are instrumental in ensuring Performance Tuning feature because of which the exact application performance could be gauged throughout the technology stack. Eventually, it leads to managing IT costs and gaining deeper insights into applications' features before deploying them.
- JBoss Application Clustering
Taashee's JBoss team managed successfully in clustering of large medical applications with thousands of concurrent users. It is because of this clustering feature that completing crucial administrative tasks such as load balancing has been possible. Additionally, the task of identifying node failures to ensure overall maximized performance of the system
- JBoss Application Migration
JBoss engineers at Taashee are well versed with the process of migration of proprietary workflow-based application to BRMS and jBPM. Effective utilization of multiple resources has been possible leading towards lowered costs without risk. Also, the modular architecture resulted in the deployment of embedded platforms at remote branches.
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