The ActiveAether architecture has over 50 patent claims worldwide, all designed to power a global network for the demand-driven deployment of location-neutral software services: serverless computing, anywhere in the world.

U.S. Patent #9,055,026

Systems and Methods for the Demand-driven Deployment of Location-neutral Software

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U.S. Patent #9,542,466

Systems and Methods for Distributed Storage

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A Next-Generation Architecture

  • Lowers the barriers to participation in a distributed Web Services framework
  • Applies latent hosting resources to dynamically deploy Web Service endpoints to meet varying levels of demand
  • Programmatically detects and recovers from endpoint failure
  • Frees developers to program against what a service does, not where it is or whether it is currently deployed
  • Read more: "A Next-Generation Architecture for Web Services on the Internet"

Further Reading

Web Services — The Basic Idea

A basic, 2-page primer on Web Services and Service-oriented computing

Software Services Lifecycle Primer

A short background on software service specification, configuration, deployment, monitoring, and management

Web Services

A thorough review of Actors, Participants and Interactions

Central Limitations of the Web Services Model

Two central limitations in the Web Services model negatively affect all stages of the Web Service lifecycle.

Requirements for a Next-Generation Web Services Architecture

A set of requirements that a next-generation architecture must meet