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The NextAxiom hyperService Platform creates a virtualization layer on top of an organization's IT software stack where functions from different business applications and systems, including middleware,  look and combine as if they belonged to a single, location-transparent application running inside of an elastic virtual machine – the hyperService Virtual Machine (SVM).  This virtual machine is multi-tenant and metered with high-performance in-memory functionality that automatically scale.   This radically simplifies software integration and application development and unlocks the functionality and information trapped in application silos for easy reuse with new user experiences such as enterprise mobility and in new computing environments such as the Cloud.

The NextAxiom hyperService Platform provides a general-purpose, metadata-driven programming environment layered on top of existing applications and system functionality that integrates out-of-the-box to any User Experience platform through Web Services Standards and provides an automatic Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA). Applications of the hyperService Platform may be categorized as follows:

Enterprise Software Unification – This is the end result of the incremental application of the hyperService Platform whereby functions from all existing heterogeneous applications and systems are available in a single, managed homogenous environment as if they belonged to a single system. Learn more.

Enterprise Integration – The hyperService Platform provides a different and simplified approach to application integration and system integration that is based on abstracting the functions of each application as a universal, in-memory building block at the lowest level of the stack. These in-memory building blocks are then graphically connected together to flow data from one application to another while easily applying the required integration logic in a homogenous environment. The hyperService Virtual Machine provides all the functionality of a traditional Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) and application server functionality in the same address space and thus provides unparalled performance for an automatic Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). Learn more.

Automatic SOAhyperService solutions inherently benefit from molecular, built-in Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) that performs at in-memory speeds. Each hyperService building block within a solution is automatically available as a Web Service operation to external applications. Conversely, every third-party Web Services operation is automatically componitized as an in-memory hyperService out-of-the-box. Learn more.

Enterprise Mobility – The hyperService Platform provides the easiest way to connect any mobile user experience solution, such as mobile application screens, to any backend enterprise application at a functional level. Learn more.

Cloud-enabled SolutionshyperServices are location-transparent and that means applications built with hyperService building blocks can transparently run on-premise or in the cloud. In fact, once an existing application is hyperService-enabled, the functions of that application can be used to fuel your cloud application development initiatives while those applications still run on-premise. Learn more.

Composite Applications – With the hyperService Platform, creating a new composite application on top of multiple existing applications is as easy as programming on top of a single application. This is the result of using a universal programming building block that can equally represent functions from heterogeneous systems inside of a virtual machine that natively incorporates software integration functionality such as data transformation and translation as programming constructs. Learn more.

Unified Management – Because hyperServices are fully managed building blocks at runtime and they can represent functions from any application or system, one of the applications of the hyperService Platform is in creating a unified management layer that can span cloud and on-premise applications. Learn more.

Process Automation – A hyperService-enabled application or system provides a set of hyperServices representing discrete business or system functions from the application. Those hyperServices can be graphically sequenced to automate processes within and across hyperService-enabled systems and can be exposed as Web services for application integration. Learn more.

Applied Business Intelligence – The hyperService Platform is the perfect and much needed complement to your existing reporting and Business Intelligence platforms. It complements your BI/reporting environment in two ways: first it enables bi-directional, business level communication between your enterprise applications and your BI/reporting environment so decision makers can directly modify the backend systems when required. Furthermore, it enables automation of business logic when certain conditions are flagged by the BI tool. The hyperService Platform provides a powerful programming environment to aid in complex, cross-system analysis and real-time access to systems outside the data warehouse. Learn more.

Legacy Modernization – You can non-intrusively modernize a legacy application by simply hyperService-enabling that application. When a legacy application is hyperService-enabled, the functions from that application can be securely accessed in the cloud, through a mobile application, as a Web Service or as part of a horizontal process automation solution. With the hyperService Platform, most legacy systems with any proprietary or standard-based API can be modernized and implemented in less than eight weeks using a single developer. Learn more.