Increasingly fragmented organizations struggle to connect their distributed systems, services, databases and devices. Disaggregating from monoliths to services, Microservices and serverless functions has led to an explosion of solution elements without a programming model for composition and management. One-off custom code & integration doesn’t scale operationally, and all the tight-coupling creates static silos & inhibits change. Organizations need away to abstract complexity so they can focus on their business. EnterpriseWeb offers a no-code integration & automation platform. It enables event-driven, end-to-end processes across distributed endpoints for efficient & agile business operations. The platform enables businesses to organize their operational domain under a single interface so they can have a central catalog & global visibility (an Enterprise 'web'). It provides common tooling, re-usable building blocks & centralized management across use-cases. EnterpriseWeb makes complex events, easy.
Who are your first pilot customers? (It’s okay if you don’t have one yet, but if you do, please list):
EnterpriseWeb has several customers in production, including one of the largest Tier-1 Telcos (5G/Edge automation) and several Lifescience companies (research management & compliance).
What technologies do you use?:
EnterpriseWeb is a Red Hat RHEL certified solution. It is a JVM-based platform. The Cloud-native platform deploys as a cluster of pods. It runs over Cassandra and leverages SOLR for indexing. The company's secret sauce and basis for its 15 awarded US Patents, other Patents Pending, is its advanced graph modeling and graph processing capabilities. The platform uses graph data structures to flexibly model complex distributed systems and leverages the mathematical properties of graphs for optimized transaction processing. EnterpriseWeb's no-code design environment enables rapid modeling of customer domains. The domain model provides a common language for describing diverse and distributed endpoints. You can think of EnterpriseWeb as a “Cloud IDE” powered by an abstraction layer, which provides metadata and relationships for end-to-end, multi-domain orchestration. The abstraction supports an “intent-based” framework for declarative composition and zero-touch network & service management.
Which category do you see yourself in?:
Core Tech Infrastructre and Platforms
Where is the company headquartered?:
How many employees do you have today?:
What is the state of your minimal viable offering?:
EnterpriseWeb is a bootstrapped startup, with no external investors, that made it to break-even on its own and self-funded its research and development. The company has proven its advanced technology with production customer deployments and high-profile industry proof-of-concepts. The company's technology has attracted partners such as Amazon Web Services, Red Hat and Intel Network Builders, and earned it significant media coverage. We are excited about this opportunity to pitch ourselves to the Constellation Research community. I hope you find our submission clear and compelling.