Verizon bags Red Hat innovation award

By : |May 12, 2011 0

NEW YORK, USA: Verizon has announced that, the company has won Red Hat and JBoss Innovation Awards.

[image_library_tag 475/15475, align=”left” title=”Red Hat” height=”111″ alt=”Red Hat” hspace=”5″ width=”100″ vspace=”5″ border=”0″ ,default]The company was awarded for implementation of a new standards-based business process-management (BPM) system for the company’s Integrated Management Platform for Advanced Communications Technologies automated platform.

According to the release, the new BPM, built on the open source JBoss SOA (service oriented architecture) Platform, improved performance and added new processes to IMPACT that improved prevention of system interruptions.

“This complex project required high levels of assured system availability and customized functionality to meet IMPACT’s specific business and technical requirements,” said Joshua Morris, executive director of information technology at Verizon.

“The JBoss application provided those capabilities in a highly available environment critical to our network operations,” added Morris.

The JBoss SOA Platform, which includes JBoss Business Process Management and the JBoss Enterprise Application Platform, provided the flexibility and scalability that the IMPACT platform demanded.

“Innovation is at the very heart of the technology industry, and this year’s Red Hat and JBoss Innovation Award honorees are truly taking innovation to the next level,” said Craig Muzilla, vice president and general manager of Red Hat’s middleware business.

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