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Maximize your business efficiencies and enjoy higher returns on your technology investments with WinSoft WebSphere and WebLogic Application Consulting Services.

When you partner with WinSoft, you get access to our deep technical and product skills in addition to our cross-industry business experience. We minimize your business risk by leveraging our best-in-class processes and technological nous.

When you invest in a highly complex product like WebSphere or Weblogic to run critical business process, it is essential that your enterprise applications scale up seamlessly in sync with your business objectives. The success of your WebSphere or WebLogic deployment depends squarely on the ability to integrate disparate enterprise applications across the board. This ensures that business-critical people, processes, and applications are always connected through a common infrastructure, thereby maximizing operating efficiencies and mitigating risks.

This organizational interconnectedness, facilitated by our expertise with WebSphere and WebLogic, ensures that you can respond quickly to business events and drastically shorten the new process cycles by reusing existing processes, systems, and applications. You can add new applications to your system without disrupting the other processes, thereby reducing costs and system downtime.

We begin by establishing the system prerequisites that are tightly aligned with your business objectives. We then install the appropriate software and help you develop business processes that maximize the utilization and thereby, the value generated.

Typically organizations have traditionally built enterprise applications that exist in silos and do not interact with each other. This approach is highly outdated and leads to huge redundancies and increased response times. In a highly competitive business environment, organizations can ill-afford these inefficiencies. Our WebSphere ad WebLogic consulting services help your organization transition to open standards. Open Standards empower you with the flexibility to change your technology architecture with evolving business strategies, thereby ensuring that your enterprise system inertia does not drag down your business objectives.

In an increasingly competitive market environment, you need the ability to deliver on-demand business solutions. With our technology expertise, best-practice approach, and best-in-class processes, we make sure you’re always ahead of the curve.


With Tomcat continuing its upward trend as one of the market-leading Java application servers, it’s clear why so many businesses and organisations are integrating such an established open source application server solution into their middleware infrastructure.

Not only does the lack of a licensing or subscription cost present an attractive option to commercially supported alternatives, but Tomcat has an enviable record in overall performance – and is a stand out choice as a developer platform. In fact, we often find that with clients using Tomcat, its implementation has been championed by team members working within development, rather than those accountable for operational performance.

It’s this lack of in-house operational expertise that introduces such high levels of risk into organisational environments – and exactly why a Tomcat support partnership with WinSoft should be a key part of your middleware strategy.


Even though “middleware” might seem like a close cousin of Tolkien’s Middle Earth, it’s a fairly modern term in computer software and services, and has nothing to do with hobbits, wizards or adventures involving a ring. Middleware is nothing but software that literally sits “in the middle”, like a bridge, between other software. Read on as I shed light on one specific example of middleware, Apache ActiveMQ.

Before we explore Apache’s middleware offering, it’s important to know the various types of middleware out there. Middleware are classified into types based on the primary functions they perform. A popular classification is by Judith Hurwitz, in her paper, Sorting Out Middleware, according to which middleware can be:

  • Embedded middleware: As the name suggests, this type of middleware handles embedded applications (software or firmware).
  • RPC middleware: RPC (Remote Procedure Call) middleware communicates with applications using calls
  • Object request broker: Here, applications can send and receive objects.
  • SQL-oriented data access middleware: Primarily meant for database-related applications, this class of middleware sits between applications that communicate with databases.
  • Message-oriented middleware: This is where Apache ActiveMQ fits in. Message-oriented middleware mediate the communication or messages, between applications.

AWS SQS Services

Message-oriented Middleware (MoM) allows the various applications and microservices within an enterprise to communicate with each other by sending messages asynchronously. Some of the MoMs traditionally used by enterprises are Websphere MQ, Active MQ, TIBCO, Rabbit MQ etc.

Message Queue is used for point to point communication between the message producer and message consumer.

AWS Simple Queue Service (SQS) is a message queue service in the cloud that can be used to store messages from a message producer while they wait to be processed by message consumer. AWS SQS is a distributed queue system which can scale seamlessly to allow messages to be stored temporarily before they are processed by the message consumer.