Archive for September, 2011

Why BRIC countries love Atomikos

Thursday, September 15th, 2011

BRIC countries have the tremendous opportunity to start out with no legacy, no old-style infrastructure like application servers, no message brokers, no enterprise service bus (ESB) or other nonsense like that - the typical stuff big enterprise vendors will try to trick you into (if they do: just ignore them - you will be better off).

Instead, BRIC countries have the luxury of being able to pick a light-weight model such as JEE without application server to achieve unlimited scalability at virtually no cost, using commodity hardware and software.

With the recent economic crises in both the US and Europe, it is the BRIC countries that are helping out (instead of the other way around). The future will involve a lot more BRIC. And with that, a lot more Atomikos.

Western companies that want to be as agile, productive and competitive as the BRIC countries: what are you waiting for? Call us to get an introduction and migration path for your legacy.

Coming soon: Replacing Tuxedo with Atomikos

Thursday, September 15th, 2011

If you have been purchasing the ‘Enterprise Architecture’ portfolio from the big O then guess what: you’ve paid way too much for something you don’t need, and which will overload your (way too heavy) hardware even more.

We’ve been claiming this for years so it is about time to show it: how to replace Tuxedo applications with open source and free software. Coming soon to this site!

Stay with us…

PS Tuxedo is a registered trademark owned by Oracle