- compose simple but powerful data integration and analysis apps in minutes using highly intuitive graphical workflow diagrams
- execute composed apps at massive scale on ‘big data’
AppSymphony is implemented as a browser based web application that may be hosted in private or public data centers, on dedicated or virtualized hardware, on public or private cloud service providers, or any combination of the above.
- they’re meant to run ‘in the background’ with little or no human intervention to automate your routine information work processes
- they’re meant to run ‘in the cloud’ instead of on your local workstation
- they’re meant to run ‘at scale’, which means you will be able to run tens, hundreds, even thousands of apps simultaneously to tackle very large problems
|AppSymphony Component Ensembles|
|Info Feeds & Sources||Databases (SQL, noSQL)|
|Math & Statistics||Tables and CSVs|
|Files & URLs||Web Services|
|JSON & XML||Text Strings|
|Messaging / ESB||Visualization|
|App Control||Hadoop Map-Reduce & HDFS|
|Geospatial & KML||Cloud Services (AWS, Azure, et. al.)|
|Streaming Media||R, Matlab, Python, shell scripts|
A listing of AppSymphony Web component ensembles can be found here.
AppSymphony Desktop has substantially more components, which are currently being migrated to AppSymphony Web.
Which component ensembles would you find particularly valuable for us to add to AppSymphony? Please let us know!
- search for components and completed apps to compose into new apps
- search for completed apps to tailor to you own needs and execute directly
- publish your completed apps to the repository for others to use
Here are our as-tested system requirements / options. Others are possible. Please contact us.
|Amazon instance type:||M3 Large, M3 Extra Large, M3 Double Extra Large are recommended. Other instance types may also work. Please email@example.com to inquire about specific needs.|
|Physical hardware:||minimum: Intel Core 2 (or equiv), 2GB RAM, 80GB storage|
|recommend: Xeon E3 (or equiv), 16GB RAM, 512GB storage|
|Hypervisors:||Amazon Web Services (Xen), VMWare, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV), MS Azure Hypervisor (Hyper-V)|
|Software:||Server: Ubuntu, Oracle JDK 7|
|Client: Chrome v35+|