The product fully meets the J2EE8 standard, supports Web container and EJB container, and meets the container requirements in multiple scenarios of users;
Having high reliability and stability to meet carrier-grade requirements after many years of commitment to the telecom industry market;
Having many management features such as unified control, security management, cluster management, application management, application performance management, etc., which can meet the application management needs of user;
Providing a variety of management operations methods including command line and management board interface, which is convenient for personnel to create, publish, start, stop, monitor, and configure the clusters, nodes, instances, and applications.
Passing the TPCW test of the industry and running smoothly for 7*24 hours under 300 concurrences of dual instances
With domestically independent R&D, it has independent and controllable capabilities, which is more secure. The version continues to iterate to constantly meet the needs of localization.
Widely compatible with mainstream domestic hosts, CPUs, operating systems, databases, and upstream and downstream domestic software.
Possessing many best practice cases of telecom software, which has won good comments in the rigorous carrier-grade reliability and stability test;
Passing the domestic information innovation test, and actively participating in the establishment and review of domestic middleware specifications.
Meet the user demands in multiple scenarios:
Stable and reliable performance provides stable operation guarantee for the business:
Co-construction and sharing of information innovation ecosystem to meet the localization needs of customers
AISWare FlyingServer is a Web middleware that supports Web container and EJB container, which has been widely applied in the telecommunications industry. It is widely used in the communications market because of the characteristics of high performance and high stability. In a large CRM project of an operator, FlyingServer was introduced as a Web container, with multi-tenant routing functions being added according to customer needs, and multiple functional modules such as request fault tolerance, alarm, and connection pool were optimized. After the system was launched, FlyingServer successfully guarantees the continuous and stable operation of the service, successfully exploring the replacement of localized system for the operator.
Success story 2: The government affair sector has an increasing demand for localized systems with autonomous and controllable capabilities. In the process of information construction of a provincial government affairs network, FlyingServer, as a localized middleware with autonomous and controllable capabilities, provides web container and ejb container capabilities, and extensively supports various localized hardware platforms, operating systems and other middleware.