In this issue of Modern Mobility, delve straight into in-app analytics, and learn how the insights this technology provides will keep mobile applications on track. Access this exclusive e-zine now to learn more about mobile backend as a service, and how to build apps that connect to data center infrastructure.
Once you determine that you need to modernize certain apps, the next step is figure out which method best fits your development, whether it's restructuring with PaaS or redesigning with APIs. In this e-guide, explore how to design an app modernization strategy that suits your business's architecture and cloud use.
In this expert e-guide, we explore how organizations are modernizing legacy apps for cloud, mobile, and other digital transformation initiatives with 3 different approaches to modernization, containers, and PaaS.
Learn how you can improve usage of the tools you already have while streamlining software development and delivery. Explore how you can overcome collaboration problems using software lifecycle integration, which enables you to connect all software development and delivery tools, synchronize information across disciplines, and more.
Increasingly, business processes are demanding that more information be shared across many tasks, and thus, many applications. This e-guide details what is happening now in application integration architecture and how trends in enterprise architecture, hosting and app development are rapidly changing the landscape.
As container technology continues to mature, enterprises see the value in using them to modernize legacy apps. Others are realizing that the use cases are still somewhat limited. In this e-guide, learn how your organization can leverage containers and whether your needs align with the technology's capabilities.
This expert handbook takes a look at how low-code development platforms are becoming more prevalent in organizations looking to expand their web and mobile development options. Learn why low-code/no-code with drag-and-drop visual capabilities should be a welcome alternative for software developers and a simplified method for non-developers.