Tier 2 Consulting Voted Top JBoss Middleware Trainers 2013

As the UK and Ireland’s only dedicated dedicated Red Hat Advanced Middleware Partner supporting enterprise and community users of Red Hat JBoss Middleware, Tier 2’s expertise has been recognised with a brace of training awards from the Red Hat EMEA Training team.

Two of their leading JBoss consultants, both Certified JBoss Application Administrators, were voted 1st and 2nd for JBoss Advanced Application Administration and Enterprise Application Development training during 2013.

Andy Kennedy, Managing Director at Tier 2 Consulting, adds: “We are naturally delighted that the depth of our knowledge, expertise and understanding of real world JBoss Middleware applications is recognised by the delegates who take their learnings back out into their businesses – and by Red Hat themselves. We are unique in our focus on JBoss and these awards confirm our standing within the EMEA training program. We work in partnership with enterprise and community users and actively promote our collaborative approach to middleware development for all users.”

Red Hat JBoss Middleware. It’s all we do – let’s do it together.

For more information please call Andy Kennedy on 01438 310124 or email akennedy@tier2consulting.com

About Tier 2 Consulting

Tier 2 Consulting is the only dedicated Red Hat Advanced Middleware Partner supporting clients across the UK & Ireland. We focus entirely on providing consultancy, training and application development services to users of enterprise and community versions of JBoss Middleware.

We excel in core JBoss technologies, including EAP / AS / Wildfly, BRMS / drools / jBPM, JBoss Fuse / Fusesource, SOA-P and Hibernate.

Our application development team works in partnership with clients to develop advanced web applications using agile processes based on the SCRUM methodology.

We partner growth businesses across a range of sectors, with the quality of our services evidenced by the number of long-standing clients, including GlaxoSmithKline, King’s College London, Suzuki GB, and Red Hat themselves.

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