Built 100% in Java, AlarmPoint Enterprise's redesigned data structure uses standard application program interfaces (APIs) to improve event handling; a customizable web user interface for improving self-service, reporting and device handling; and architecture that allows distributed, global deployment of notification engines to ensure high availability, load balancing and intelligent message routing.
What does SAP stand for?
SAP stands for Standard Application Program
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
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- Special Assistance Plan
- Special Assistant to the President
- Specific Amplicon Polymorphism
- Spousal Abuser Prosecution (California)
- Sprint Application Platform
- St. Anthony Park (Minnesota)
- Stabilisation and Association Process (EU)
- Stable Abstractions Principle
- Stable Angina Pectoris
- Standard Accounting Practice/Procedure
- Standard Assessment Procedure (energy cost measurement; UK)
- Standard Automated Perimetry (visual field testing)
- Standards of Academic Progress (various schools)
- Start Aid Post
- State Action Plan
- State Administration Plan (emergency management)
- Statefull Addressing Protocol
- Statements of Administration Policy (USA)
- Statements on Administration Policy (US DOT)
- Station Area Plan (various locations)
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Currently in its final stages of development through the Java Community Process(SM) (JCP) program, JSR 170 will specify a standard application program interface or API to access content repositories in Java(TM) 2, independent of system type.
The DTMC vision is to develop an open standard application program interface (API) to communicate more complete information about the IC design intent and the characteristics of the manufacturing equipment and processes between the supply chain partners.
The BioAPI Specification defines an open system standard application program interface (API) that allows software applications to communicate with a broad range of biometric technologies in a common way.