SSM uses Red Hat technology to modernise IT infrastructure
By Digital News Asia February 21, 2017
- Infrastructure designed to ease complexity, shorten time to market for new services
- Mesiniaga is the primary implementer for this initiative
RED Hat, Inc, a provider of open source solutions, announced that it has been selected by Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia (SSM) to support the development of a new and advanced gateway for the registration of companies and businesses in Malaysia.
Mesiniaga Bhd, a systems integrator with 35 years of experience, is the primary implementer for this initiative.
“Red Hat is pleased to help SSM build a more robust and reliable IT architecture. By deploying Red Hat JBoss Fuse, SSM is better positioned to meet current and future integration needs, and reduce manual touch points, automate processes, and connect assets for improved efficiency,” said Red Hat Asean vice president and general manager Damien Wong (pic).
SSM is Malaysia’s statutory body that incorporates companies and registers businesses. As Malaysia's leading authority for the improvement of corporate governance, SSM helps promote compliance with business registration and corporate legislation through enforcement and monitoring activities. The new gateway is expected to simplify and speed up the registration process by reducing manual registration handling with an automated online system.
Implementing the new automated process involved replacing SSM’s existing Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) solution with Red Hat JBoss Fuse, Red Hat's lightweight, flexible integration platform for connecting applications, data, and devices across the extended enterprise.
JBoss Fuse is well suited to help SSM ease the burden and complexity of managing point-to-point integration. The platform is also expected to help SSM reduce its time-to-market for new services, which can be reused and offered to other customers, reducing the need for SSM to develop additional services for the same requirements.
In line with the implementation, SSM's technical team is set to undergo Red Hat Training programmes to enable them to be able to maximize the capabilities of the Red Hat solution that is being deployed. The training programmes are also expected to contribute to the overall enhancement of the team’s technical expertise.
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