We have some really interesting and powerful new features in RHMAP v3.5.x which has just been deployed to our evaluation SaaS grids and will be deployed to the production grids next week.
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OpenShift is an incredibly flexible platform that can improve your application development with the technologies that you know and the power and experience of Red Hat.
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Mobile app development is a “build fast, build repeatedly” model which has brought a whole slew of changes for today’s business, IT and developers.
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Microsoft’s SharePoint is commonplace in the toolset of a modern organization. It’s a silo of information which can be quite difficult to access – but that doesn’t always have to be the case.
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Red Hat Mobile (formerly FeedHenry) scooped the Computing Vendor Excellence award based on their mobile application development approach to the award-winning Dublin Airport Authority (daa) app.
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As businesses grapple with the transition from “I need an app for that” to a “mobile is how I do business” or a mobile-first mindset, they are faced with the complexity of developing and managing multiple apps across the whole organization, across multiple device platforms, and connecting to multiple data points and backend business systems. This multiplicity begs a Mobile Application Platform approach where development, deployment and monitoring of mobile apps, whether B2C or B2B, can be managed in a secure, agile and collaborative way across the organization.
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At the Red Hat Summit June 2015, I had the great pleasure of presenting as part of the Middleware keynote session. I’ve presented lots before – almost weekly to smaller audiences as part of sales, and plenty of developer evangelism presentations too.
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Over the last year a lot of exciting events have hit the FeedHenry team, most notably our acquisition by Red Hat to be their new Mobile offering.
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Currently in software development the biggest challenge is integrating. A lot of what we do involves integrating with other platforms or libraries.
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There seems to have been an explosion in the use of the term “microservices” recently. I’ve been peripherally aware of the concept for some time now, but it seems it first came to light with a fantastic collection of thoughts by Martin Fowler – some great reading on the topic.
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