IoT App

Build continuously-variable IoT apps
with Agilepoint NX

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Millions of Sensors, Mountains of Data

With the Internet of Things (IoT), requirements for any given app could change any number of times a day. Thousands—even millions—of sensors monitor activity and push data to processing hubs that index it, synthesize it, and feed it back to machines running apps that need to be dynamically reconfigured based on this river of constantly changing business information.

Baked-in won’t cut it.

Hand coded apps—as well as apps built on some
RAD platforms—have baked-in functionality. Modifying one
of these baked-hard-as-a biscuit apps typically requires
unloading from memory, changing the code, compiling,
linking, and executing, and then loading it back into
memory, where it will then need to be re-synced with
potentially thousands of sub processes. The sheer
weight of the machinery involved in this process makes
baked apps unsuitable for the constantly evolving
requirements of the IoT.

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Agilepoint NX was built for the IoT.

While Agilepoint NX’s award winning user interface makes it quick and easy to
build forms, workflows, and almost any kind of business app, it’s architecture is
uniquely suited for the constantly evolving requirements of the IoT.

Stateless processing means scalability and fault tolerance

Exclusive to AgilePoint is a stateless process engine that loads individual
parts of an application model as they are required, then jettisons them a few
milliseconds later. Not only does this approach scale with the needs
of the IoT, it also means that system failures will virtually never result in
lost data and orphaned sub-processes.

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Model-driven is where it’s at.

Agilepoint NX utilizes a true, model-driven architecture, meaning that the
model can be modified at runtime—either manually or via feedback loops of
fresh data—and, as it is, the underlying application code is likewise modified.
Put another way, Agilepoint NX apps are continuously variable.