NTT DOCOMO Deploys Oracle WebLogic Server as Application Platform for Mission-Critical Customer Data Management
Oct 08, 2013 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) --
Today, Oracle announced that NTT DOCOMO, Inc. deployed Oracle WebLogic Server as an application platform, running on Oracle Linux , for its mission-critical customer data management system ALADIN.
ALADIN supports NTT DOCOMO's business by connecting DOCOMO shops and information centers nationwide.
To further enhance cost efficiency and help ensure stable operation of ALADIN, NTT DOCOMO has employed Oracle WebLogic Server as a new application platform.
NTT DOCOMO has highly valued Oracle WebLogic Server for the following features:
Stable system operation by real-time tracking of memory usage;
Ability to reduce the frequency of garbage collections, and improved system processing enabled by efficient database connection management.
ALADIN is based on Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE), which has allowed the company to operate smoothly while minimizing additional development and modification associated with the migration of application server products.
In this project, NTT DOCOMO achieved excellent cost efficiency and high reliability with Oracle Linux. The company has also been using Oracle Database and Oracle Tuxedo for ALADIN.
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