Peer Visual Server
The Peer Visual Server is one of the most widely deployed visualization servers in the world. It can vend W3C SVG and other image formats such as PNG and PDF to web browsers and also be an embedded state server in standalone applications.
The Peer Visual Server is multiprocessing, multithreaded, asynchronous, distributed, programmable, load balanced, reentrant, template based and can acquire data from any source. A preconfigured implementation is described in the Vvidget Server Reference Manual and can be used now by web programmers as a cloud-based SOA implementation.
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To summarize: The Peer Visual Server has always been at the forefront of cloud services such as the first SOA server on the Internet, includes a revolutionary way to vend web apps and is the vanguard of web and cloud services.