Advance Passenger Processing application migration to JBoss Fuse ESB

Advance Passenger Processing application migration to JBoss Fuse ESB

Client Summary

  • Australia’s number one low-cost airline. It is a subsidiary of Australia’s number one Airline company, created in response to the threat posed by low-cost airline Virgin Blue.
  • The airline operates an extensive domestic network as well as regional and international services from its main base at Melbourne Airport, using a mixed fleet of the Airbus A320 family and the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

Executive Summary

  • The client is the largest low-cost airline in Australia and SrinSoft Technologies is responsible for managing a number of its core applications which helps keep the company function at the highest level and planes airborne.
  • Support, monitoring, and maintenance of production servers and IT infrastructure form an integral part of any organization. It helps the business to be agile, reduces downtime and helps increase revenue.

Business Challenge

  • Advanced Passenger Processing (APP) solution provides a greater autonomy for the travelers at the same time making processing procedures more efficient.
  • The Advanced Passenger Processing (APP) is a Portfolio of applications which monitors and delivers enhanced passenger flow at both Source & Destination terminals


  • Migrating the Advance Passenger Processing to JBoss Fuse ESB which is an open source-based stack

Passenger processing includes the following features

  • Re-usable architecture components
  • A common check-in engine that delivers a cost-effective and channel-independent capability
  • Apache-HTTPD is configured to capture the check-in requests from Airport Terminals and gives the response
  • All the Load Balancing is maintained by Apache in a Round Robin mechanism with Mod-Cluster. APP application was deployed in Fuse-ESB
  • Apache is configured to give the check-in response from two different instances of Fuse-ESB to the Airport Terminals

Business Benefits

  • Reduced operating costs
  • Adoption to Open Source with increased ROI
  • Improved management of service level agreements (SLAs)
  • Expanded points of sales and points of services through the cost-effective roll-out of self-service technology on and off-airport
  • Advance integration of Metals with payroll and AP system
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