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Exchange Platform (ESB- SOA)

Make way for the networked business.
New-generation exchange platforms respond to a major challenge: orchestrating all streams to boost business synergies. Being able to translate and convert all exchange protocols, they enable yesterday's applications to interoperate with tomorrow's services.

By relying on its publishing partners and Open Source, Bull has built up cutting-edge knowledge of methodology to design custom exchange platforms.

Partners

alphinat

Oracle is a partner with Bull for both database applications and middleware. An Oracle Platinum partner, Bull was committed very early to Fusion Middleware offers. In this context, Bull has developed specific expertise in France and internationally on Oracle SOA Suite, including Oracle Service Bus and BPM solutions.
Bull has dedicated Skills Centres in Grenoble and Poland staffed by a hundred consultants, architects, designers and developers working on these technologies. They get involved in projects covering Portal & Multi-channel, Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), electronic services and setting up SOA Architectures, during the development of complex projects or as part of Third-Party Applications Maintenance (TAM). Furthermore, the business-specific skill-bases developed by bull are based principally on finance, logistics (including e-procurement), management of services, business and human resources.

itesoft
Bull is a Tibco Gold Partner. Bull has acquired significant skills on SOA components, particularly on Automation, Events Processing and Enterprise Services Bus products in its teams dedicated to the Telecoms sector. In particular these teams have integrated Kabirasur products on a large number of projects.

apachecamel
Bull is an Open Source pioneer that has contributed extensively to its deployment in a large number of private or public organisations.
In its Libre Energie offer, Bull has identified Middleware components as mature solutions, in certain cases perfectly able to fulfil all the functions provided by proprietary software. As a founder of the OW2 consortium, Bull uses solutions from the Apache Foundations, including Apache Camel, an integration framework including an ESB, or exchange platform.

 
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