Project lead: Gary Randolph, VP, Asset Management & Sourcing
Project description: GXS modernized its outdated datacenter operations, consolidating five legacy platforms onto one network and tapping energy-efficient blade frame servers with dual-continent fail-over capabilities.
Self-Service e-Fulfillment Portal
Project lead: David Jarmoluk, Director of Enterprise Architecture
Project description: Healthways' C# development team built its IBM WebSphere-based self-service e-fulfillment portal using Mainsoft for WebSphere, ASP.Net 2.0, .Net Framework 2.0, and C# generics. The resultant portal integrates a custom .Net-based call center and document fulfillment functionality, Juniper load balancing, and more than 1TB of patient data.
Industry: Health care
Hire a Hero www.hireahero.org
Project lead: Rob Barr, CEO
Project description: Hire A Hero integrated software from Salesforce.com, Your Membership.com, and XAware to create a services-based Web 2.0 platform for helping returning veterans find work in the United States.
Data Distribution Framework
Project lead: Ross Buhrdorf, CTO
Project description: To efficiently manage multiple Web sites and applications written in a variety of programming languages, HomeAway developed AtomServer, tapping Abdera from Apache and incorporating ideas from the Atom community. The data distribution framework has since been open-sourced under the Apache Software License.
Indiana Office of Technology iot.in.gov
Desktop Modernization Project
Project lead: Gerry Weaver, CIO; Paul Baltzell, Director
Project description: The Indiana Office of Technology standardized, consolidated, and refreshed its IT desktop environment, upgrading the majority of the state's 25,000 PCs and implementing a statewide network security system to enable remote shutdown of machines exhibiting infected behaviors.
Indianapolis Motor Speedway www.indycar.com
Traveling Wireless Mesh Network
Project lead: Chuck Ferguson, Senior Director of IS and Telecom
Project description: Indianapolis Motor Speedway built a traveling mesh network based on BelAir Networks wireless technology to support multiple communications applications, including enterprise VoIP and data connectivity.