The explosion of data sources, workloads and devices is driving people to re-think Information Technology. Apps are increasingly a patchwork of services and APIs, which is blurring the lines among traditional development silos. The Business wants it all, seamless interoperability across diverse and distributed application resources in real-time, but vertical middleware stacks pose physical barriers in this brave new world.
The founders of The EnterpriseWeb believe that the best way to meet the development challenges of the 21st century is to re-imagine the enterprise as a web of resources for a stateless and horizontally scalable application layer.
The EnterpriseWeb is an application platform that fuses foundational ideas of Computer Science (Declarative Programming and First Order Logic) with modern Web-style (REST) architecture concepts to deliver semantic enterprise-class applications that, like the web itself, are highly interactive, scalable and adaptable.
The EnterpriseWeb changes the economics of the real-time Enterprise. It makes personalization of every business interaction practical (fast, scalable and affordable) enabling businesses of all sizes and types to be more operationally responsive.
The EnterpriseWeb provides a modern application model aligned with the networked world we live in, an application model that leverages the power of graphs to fundamentally improve business productivity and IT leverage. An application model ‘of’ the Cloud, not just on the Cloud.
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