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AppXML is a comprehensive Web services gateway for enhancing service oriented architecture (SOA) deployments. It improves the speed of document processing and secures XML-based communications, functioning as a trusted intermediary for exchanging secure Web services between your enterprise and business partners.
It offers administration and reporting capabilities needed to manage Web services security gateway deployment including policy management, status monitoring, alerts, logs and reporting activities.
By adding a layer of infrastructure between the network layers and applications, it simplifies, secures and accelerates XML and Web services deployments, helping you achieve a higher ROI. AppXML highlights include the following:
Improves the speed of XML document processing and secure XML-based communications by offloading tasks to dedicated hardware.
Business-level protection from both unintended and malicious attacks without modifying web services or altering and rewriting applications.
Rich, graphical reporting that meets security, compliance (HIPPA, SOX) and content delivery concerns for a complete management of a web services security gateway deployment.
Extensive health monitoring capabilities that enable real-time identification of faulty services and automatic switching to a functional AppXML in the farm.
Transparently activated to expand the functionality of Radware’s application delivery solutions without making network architecture, router or server changes.
Including government compliance, secure electronic forms, secure partner integration and collaboration, electronic notary, evidence repository, and service oriented architectures (SOA).