Application Servers

An application server is a network-based software engine that delivers applications to end users on heterogeneous client devices. The application server executes most of the application’s business logic, ceasing the need to install client software on the access device. Being more efficient than legacy implementations, application server environment offers greater flexibility in delivering applications throughout the organization. This enables organizations to provide the access of applications to a larger number of users while also reusing application components in new ways. As a result, application servers have become a part of the long-term strategy and an integral part of the modern day IT landscape.

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The Application Server service offered by Hi-Q Academy is the industry’s most comprehensive platform for developing, deploying, and integrating enterprise applications. From a management and operational perspective, the Hi-Q Academy’s application server environment offers greater flexibility and efficiency in delivering applications throughout an organization as well as to business partners, suppliers, and customers. The application servers from Hi-Q Academy prove to be a key building block in creating a Service Oriented Architecture. To support high-end needs, Hi-Q Academy designs applications in n-tier architecture for utilizing application server scalability, built-in redundancy, and high-performance distributed application services and support for complex database access. Hi-Q Academy has expertise in following Application Servers:

  • BEA WebLogic
  • JBOSS
  • Fujitsu Interstage
  • IBM WebSphere
  • Microsoft IIS
  • SharePoint Server
  • Microsoft Content Management Server
  • Microsoft BizTalk Server