Solace Partners with Adaptris to Deliver Seamless Connectivity Between Middleware Clouds

Solution Reduces the Cost and Time Required to Bridge Solace Applications to over 50 Types of Middleware and Business Applications

OTTAWA, June 22, 2009 – Solace Systems, the leader in messaging middleware and content networking hardware, and Adaptris, a leading provider of SOA-ready application adapters, today announced a partnership to connect Solace’s hardware with a wide range of messaging and application environments as part of Solace’s Unified Messaging Platform. Adaptris provides over 50 adapters for common types of middleware and popular business applications.

“No technology exists in a vacuum; every customer environment has other commercial or home-grown middleware as well as business applications that need to be connected to their Solace backbone, ” said Shawn McAllister, chief architect, Solace Systems. “Adaptris fills this need with a variety of pre-built adapters and a flexible framework as well as a wealth of practical experience expanding to support unique requirements.”

Many enterprises have multiple islands of middleware, along with hundreds of applications and databases that need to interact and share information. Adapters and bridges function as the ‘on-ramps’ from these applications, databases and other middleware to the Solace backbone to enable ubiquitous application connectivity and sharing of enterprise data assets. Through this partnership, the Adaptris framework allows firms to easily create and manage connections between Solace’s Unified Messaging Platform and legacy middleware environments, applications and databases.

“Working with customers to deliver highly performant, reliable and integrated solutions is all about making it simple to connect their new and their existing heterogeneous environments in a reliable way, ” said Jeff Bradshaw, CTO, at Adaptris. “Solace Systems offers a content delivery infrastructure with amazing performance and resiliency that we are proud to extend to a wider footprint of enterprise information sources.”