Open standard SOA, to manage diversified network Infrastructure for better productivity, agility and cost reduction with industry re-defining licensing model.
ENTERPRISE SOA FEATURES
Enterprise SOA can be used easily for the complete Management of diversified Network which in turn makes better productivity, Agility and Cost Reduction in the complete Application.
Using Enterprise SOA, the Services implementation in the applications remain unaffected by the developers.
Integrating SaaS & legacy systems and APIs, for the extravagant benefits to the Enterprises SOA.
Establishes and manages the communication between applications on an remote end using Enterprise SOA.
The Enterprise SOA applications can be used on multiple platforms with heterogeneous environment.
High Availability and Extendibility
Redundant elements for Enterprise SOA keep it ready available via individually clustering Multi layered structure and load balancing for high scalability.
Which tools and technologies of test suites avoids defects and instructions following the quality standards.
Location Transparency Support
High Return on Investment
Attune World Wide’s SOA solutions, help in simplifying IT by unifying the distinct requisites of IOT integration, cloud and mobile into one standard-based and unified platform.
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