Java

Java is a portable high performance enterprise class language. It has enabled IT systems to be more cost-effective and able to use disruptive technology.

Loopscale has extensive experience from Java Enterprise web based technologies and frameworks to achieve goals-speeding development time, improved quality, usability and agility of Information Technology Systems.

    • Embedded Systems
    • Application Modernization & Optimization
    • Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
    • Business Process Management (BPM)
    • Large & Complex Enterprise Application
    • Mobile
    • Open Source Platform (JBoss/Spring)
    • Cloud
    • Web Applications
  • Client Profile

    Client is a global leader in chauffeured transportation, and the innovative leader in technology.

    What we did?

    Delivered The Fleet Management application is a Web application utilizing many front-end framework and SOA with cutting edge technology solutions on the back-end. It utilizes a Push based mechanism to constantly keep feeding new reservations/changes to the users dispersed at fourteen different locations throughout USA. It keeps each users screen completely in-sync with other users so that they all see exact same information in real-time no matter where they are located. The Billing application is used to calculate price to customer (complex pricing based on elaborate business rules and customer contracts), cost to company, allow for adjustments, charge customer’s credit cards, automatically generate/send invoices and credit card receipts to the customers and generate/feed the accounting entries into PeopleSoft.

    About Loopscale

    Loopscale Inc. provides custom software design and development services. In addition, we offer system integration, networking and database management. Loopscale is privately owned, managed, and headquartered in Boston, MA. It is guided by experienced and highly efficient IT project managers and business analysts who have a combined 100 years of experience in providing technology for various sized businesses in United States and Europe.

  • The Future of Java

    Java has become the leader in enterprise class market. It is used by majority of the fortune 500 companies, financial institutions, and the corporate sector. There is many reasons of this shift a few of them is Java being Open Source, free to use, involvement of major technology companies like IBM, Apache, Oracle, JBoss, and many open source communities.

    It’s no secret that technology trends move fast – and the tools and means for building those technologies is an ever evolving process.

    The following are the areas in which Java will have a great impact:

    • GPU will become the next CPU: As the speed of microprocessors touch the ceiling, many innovations are happening to overcome the ever increasing demand of processing power. More and more software are using GPU and taking the advantage of multi core architecture, with many cores available at the disposal. The heavy computational tasks can be distributed among the multi-cores, which increase the efficiency of a processor intensive task.
    • Sophisticated analysis will be perform by more sophisticated database: Power and sophistication will be driven by the cost of moving data around. Simply extracting the information from the database and handing it to a separate “big data” package will become increasingly time consuming and require much more programming. Leaving the data in the database and letting its engine perform the analysis will be much faster because it will limit the overhead of communication, as well as decrease the amount of programming necessary to extract value from the data store.
    • Internet of things (IoT): Of all the many new platforms to come, the most important will be the car. Navigation and shopping are just the beginning. When the autonomous cars roll out, there will be even more opportunities for developers to cash in on car location and information.

     

    The key is to figure out which new features are essential to the new domains. While operating systems like Android offer a unifying core, each platform will require customized features. Robotic toys, for instance, may need content filters to provide age-appropriate content. Thermostats will want to interact with the weather forecast. Building these APIs with the right features will be key to colonizing the Internet of things.

    Java will be the key players in the above mentioned roles there are already many solutions like Hadoop for big data already developed in Java technologies demonstrates the power of Open Source computing.