Progress Software is a global software company that provides software in the enterprise integration, data interoperability, and SaaS (Software As A Service) enablement technologies. Progress’ enterprise integration suite portfolio includes their own versions of the Apache Services stack (Apache ServiceMix, ActiveMQ, Camel, and CXF), also known as the Fuse stack. Progress recognizes that Savoir brings solid SOA skills and deep knowledge of the Apache services stack to the table. Progress partners with Savoir to help engage clients for best-practice architecture workshops, code-along sessions, and tuning for mission critical development efforts. Progress also turns Savoir to lead trainings for clients.


The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) is a federally funded research and development center devoted to service, research and education in the atmospheric and related sciences. NCAR’s mission is to understand the behavior of the atmosphere and related physical, biological and social systems; to support, enhance and extend the capabilities of the university community and the broader scientific community – nationally and internationally; and to foster transfer of knowledge and technology for the betterment of life on Earth. The National Science Foundation is NCAR’s primary sponsor, with significant additional support provided by other U.S. government agencies, other national governments and the private sector.

General Electric

Malpractice Lawsuits is a problem in keeping general healthcare affordable. GE – Healthcare was hitting this problem head on using a combination of cameras, computer hardware, and software to track and monitor movements within a hospital room. GE had vision for how to minimize the number and impact of malpractice claims by monitoring and directing the actions of practitioners in real time within a patient’s room.

Even though GE had the hardware and software requirements laid out, they needed guiding in how to implement the open source middleware to achieve the optimal through put for their high performance, highly available systems. We were called upon to help teach their architects and developers best practices for implementing these open source solutions. Over the course of the engagement, our team worked with them to ensure proper knowledge transfer was being completed. We helped design and architect a system that met the needs of this highly visible implementation project by working one-on-one with each member of their team. Our qualified specialists spent time white-boarding and walking through code to enable their team to fully understand what needs to be completed to be successful. Time was spent analyzing available hardware and software to determine best use of resources for ActiveMQ Messaging. Our consultants laid out capabilities of different topologies available from ActiveMQ, and made recommendations of the best route to take.

GE-Healthcare is well on their way in providing a highly available, scalable, and efficient solution to hospitals worldwide that could drastically reduce the cost of healthcare thanks to our team that put them on the right path to be successful.


Cisco Systems, Inc. is an American-based multinational corporation that designs and sells consumer electronics, networking, voice, and communications technology and services. A market leader in the field of telecommunications, integrations and providing equipment that empowers the networking world.

Savoir helped Cisco Systems build bridges between deployment systems and their management tools.
This involved providing multiple teams with web services compliant schemas, functionality as
well as bridging complex use-cases.

All of this was done, documented and showcased with open source tools, containers and the expertise
of Savior consultants.

It allowed Cisco to bridge their existing Telco provisioning platform into generic tools, focusing on logic rather than equipment behavior as well as an API friendly extensible model that allows for rapid upgrades, short term testing and a complete stateful embedded engine that exposes internal Cisco tools as web services.