Architecture & Design

Proof of Concept

delivering credible feasibility for middleware projects

Delivering solid and independent business-case evidence for project feasibility is at the heart of determining the course, scope and success of middleware architecture, design and implementation. It is a process which not only identifies technical and business challenges within the middleware environment.

The technical expertise required to produce a successful Proof of Concept (PoC) for commercial or unsupported open source middleware projects is just one element of a service that demands a concrete understanding of client business objectives, an ability to interrogate a range of middleware products and technologies, and extensive real-world experience across the entire DevOps framework.

Our middleware services team are specialists in providing proof of concepts that not only mitigate risk and form a vital part of the planning process, but which are at the core of in-house team development and productivity. Our extensive experience of working in business-critical Java middleware environments gives us a unique understanding of the areas of risk faced by clients, and allows us to design proof of concepts which tackle those risks whilst meeting the demands of budget and resource constraints.

Because we partner with both Red Hat and Oracle, our independence is highly valued by clients undertaking proof of concept engagements. We champion the middleware solutions, products and methodologies most appropriate to meeting their needs, rather than being tied to one vendor or way of thinking.

So, if you’re looking for a credible and professional Proof of Concept service with transparent methodology, and which is delivered by recognised middleware experts, then contact us now and we’ll arrange a conference call with one of our principal consultants.

Proof of Concept Outcomes

  • Defined success criteria
  • Proven independent product selection
  • Product licensing and support strategy
  • Risk mitigation and management review
  • Team capability audit
  • Skills development planning
  • Resource management review
  • Cost analysis and forecast
  • ROI calculations