Integration of content management systems with other critical business systems is normally a key requirement of most content management implementations. An fundamental area of focus in big data projects is the integration of data sources, sensors and sensor data. This requires comprehensive and cohesive collaboration not only between different technologies but also between various stakeholders.
At Suritec we have vast experience in integrated environments that span multiple business sectors including retail, banking, government, utilities and telecommunications. We are equally adept at working with both small and large scale initiatives from one time interventions to corporate transformation programmes.
To support integrated solutions and stakeholder collaboration we utilise tried and tested portfolio, programme and project (PPP) practises. It is our experience that successful delivery of integrated solutions requires solid those PPP principles and their effective application.
In addition we have provided management consulting to both small and large organisations, assisting them to establish project management capability as well as managing portfolios, programmes and projects on their behalf. Key to our success, in this regard, is that we fundamentally understand that every environment is unique.
We specialise in Java Based Systems Integration Frameworks
Apache CXF is an open source services framework. It facilitates the building and development of services utilising frontend programming APIs, like JAX-WS and JAX-RS. CXF services support protocols such as SOAP, XML/HTTP, RESTful HTTP, and CORBA and transports such as HTTP, JMS or JBI.
Technologies: JAX-RS - Java API for RESTful Web Services & AX-WS - Java API for XML Web Services
Apache Axis2 is a Web Services / SOAP / WSDL engine and replaces the popular Apache Axis SOAP stack.
Technologies: SOAP Based Java Web Services
Apache Camel is an adaptable integration framework that enables the definition of routing and median rules in a variety of domain-specific languages. These include the likes of a Java-based Fluent API, Spring or Blueprint XML Config files, and a Scala DSL.
Apache ActiveMQ is a widespread and powerful message broker or Integrations Patterns server. It supports a variety of protocols and languages such as Java, C, C++, C#, Ruby, Perl, Python, PHP, AMQP v1.0 support, and support for MQTT v3.1 allowing for connections in an IoT environment.
Apache Karaf is an Open Service Gateway Initiative (OSGi) enabled container server that hosts other components and also acts as an integration platform. It provides a dual polymorphic container and application bootstrapping paradigms to enterprise environments. In addition it provides a shell console, hot deployment, remote access, clustering, failover, load balancing and alerting.
In edition we have extensive experience in JBoss Technologies such as: