In 2007 we decided to upgrade our system to a web application, accessible from a simple browser. We looked to facilitate data exchange without reinventing the wheel. In order to limit costs, we capitalised on the experience gained during our enterprise directory rebuilding project, developed on Ilex International’s Meibo technology. The openness and upgradeability of Meibo being two strong arguments that we took into account in order to upgrade Babylone. Our project subscribed to most of the French administration’s desire to standardise IT systems around Open Source. As such, it was based upon a J2EE Tomcat application architecture, OpenLDAP directory and Linux servers. Founded upon openness and sharing, these solutions enable the modernisation of public service IT for lowest cost, all whilst capitalising on leading edge technology.
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