NuWave's middleware allows you to integrate your HPE NonStop applications by interfacing to other platforms, applications, and Web services. You can enrich your applications with data from Web services or exchange information with other platforms, increasing the capabilities of your Pathway applications. Our products run on Guardian for a smaller footprint, but they can interface to any HPE NonStop application, whether it is located on Guardian or OSS.
Connect your HPE NonStop using JSON messages and RESTful services to share or consume information with customers, partners, and other employees who are using a disparate platform, a browser, or a mobile device.
LightWave Server allows you to expose your existing Guardian or Pathway servers as industry-standard REST services. These services can then be accessed from REST clients running on virtually any computing platform. LightWave Server does this while maintaining the security, reliability and scalability of your HPE NonStop server and applications.
LightWave Client allows applications running on NonStop servers to securely access REST Web services anywhere, on any platform or operating system.
Your NonStop application simply sends a formatted interprocess message to the LightWave Client Process which handles all of the details of mapping the IPM elements to a JSON message, exchanging the message with the Web service provider, and parsing the JSON response into the reply IPM.
Expand your capabilities by connecting your NonStop applications to your customers and partners. Our SOAPam products are like tunnels, connecting disparate platforms using SOAP messages.
SOAPam Server allows you to expose your existing Guardian or Pathway servers as industry-standard Web services. These Web services can then be accessed from SOAP clients running on virtually any computing platform. The product does this while maintaining the security, reliability and scalability of your HPE NonStop server and applications.
SOAPam Client allows HPE NonStop applications to access Web services that are on any platform, anywhere in the world. It hides the complexity of TCP/IP, HTTP, SSL/TLS, and SOAP required to participate in Web services.
Your NonStop application simply sends a formatted interprocess message (IPM) to the SOAPam Client Process (SOAPAMCP) which handles all of the details of mapping the IPM elements to a SOAP envelope, exchanging the SOAP envelope with the Web service provider, and parsing the SOAP response into the reply IPM.
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