What is it?
A middleware implementation is the process of connecting various existing or new application components so that they can communicate and interact with each other.
Why Is it Important?
Technology middleware is the intersection between software and infrastructure. Applications built for competitive advantage cannot be successful without solid, scalable and efficient middleware to run on. Following are some of the advantages Reduced Administration, access to better information feeds, easier integration to internal systems.
- Business efficiency and Improvement.
- Business expansion opportunities.
- Business transaction management.
How We Can Help
Euclid’s core-competency is selecting and implementing the middleware platforms that allow organizations to build and run their business’s custom applications. From front-end, user-facing platforms like Web 2.0 Collaboration, Portal and Content Management Systems, to Identity and Access Management security infrastructures, Enterprise Application Servers, Message Orientated Middleware and Enterprise Service Bus integration platforms.
Regardless of what your organization is looking to implement Euclid has the insight and experience to help you select the right solution for your business and architect a solution that is fast and more importantly scalable. We take a vendor agnostic approach to select the product that complements your organization’s business requirements taking into account the current state budgetary constraints and expected future growth and challenges.
Our expertise spans across the following platforms and vendors:
Cloud Platforms: Amazon (S3, EC2, SQS), Microsoft Azure, Google App Engine, Force.com
Rich Internet Application Platforms: Adobe Flex, Ajax (DOJO, EXT-JS and JQuery), Microsoft Silverlight
Portals: Oracle Weblogic Portal, IBM Websphere Portal, Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server, Google Apps, Liferay Portal
Content Management Systems: Interwoven Teamsite, Drupal and Joomla
Enterprise Application Servers: Oracle Weblogic, IBM Websphere, JBoss Application Server, Apache Tomcat, Microsoft IIS, Google App Engine
Messaging: Websphere MQ, Amazon SQS
Enterprise Service Bus: Sun Java Composite Application Server (JCAPS), Oracle/BEA Aqualogic Service Bus, Webmethods Integration Server