Conissaunce has a wide range of experience
with a variety of web and enterprise development platforms
and techniques including JEE, ASP, VB, and .NET. We are
therefore unusually well placed to offer advice helping you
make the right choices for your enterprise, and enabling rapid
and cost effective deployment of your chosen technology stack.
Our preferred technologies include:
MQ and Web Services
Since its introduction in 1992 IBM’s Message Queuing technology
has established itself as the industry standard transport for fast, reliable
systems integration, partly because it has adapted itself so well to each
new set of integration techniques. From the early map based integration
tools through to XML, SOAP and Web Services, WebSphere MQ has been at
the forefront of the integration story.
Conissaunce has extensive experience in the integration
space. One of its founders, Charles, worked as a consultant
for Candle’s integration consultancy practice
where he worked extensively on the A&L account. This
project delivered both A&L’s Internet Banking
solution and the underlying architecture which allowed
A&L to become a more adaptive enterprise. The project was built using Candle’s eBusiness
Platform on top of MQSeries 5.x with XML as the internal
protocol. The internet banking front end was built as
a set of Web Services which allowed re-use between both
the customer front end and the call centre.
Through Conissaunce Charles later worked with A&L on their Contact Centre Desktop which re-used the
internet banking architecture called from a .NET front end written in VB. He developed the
server process controller which generated the required web service calls and processed the response XML
as well as the logging and error handling libraries.
More recently Conissaunce have been engaged at B&Q
where our work has included architecting a complex integration solution
involving the use of WebSphere MQ, XML, Web Services and ETL tools.