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  • Creating Quick, Codeless Connectivity with Autonomous REST Connector
    Creating Quick, Codeless Connectivity with Autonomous REST Connector
    Ken Beuter, Product Manager and James Goodfellow Product Marketing Manager Recorded: Mar 19 2019 31 mins
    APIs enable businesses to access popular data sources from their enterprise apps, but creating these connections is both difficult and time consuming. With Autonomous REST Connector, you can consume APIs in minutes using codeless configuration and intelligent sampling. Learn more in this demonstration.
  • Navigating Headless Content Management
    Navigating Headless Content Management
    Christopher Peck, Sales Engineer, Progress Sitefinity Recorded: Mar 7 2019 56 mins
    Headless content management—backend-only content management systems built to act as a content repository—enables enterprises to deliver rich, innovative content experiences across any channel. Developers are granted the freedom to use website development frameworks of choice and empowered to deliver content anywhere by generating OData APIs with click of a button—all while reducing costs, speeding time to market, and making seamless design changes without impacting backend systems.

    Watch this on-demand webinar to learn:
    • What headless content management is
    • Why headless content delivery could be beneficial to your business
    • How to compare a headless CMS to a full-feature CMS—the pros and cons
  • Modern ETL Tools for Cloud and Big Data
    Modern ETL Tools for Cloud and Big Data
    Ken Beutler, Principal Product Manager Progress and Michael Rainey Technical Advisor, Gluent Recorded: Mar 5 2019 55 mins
    Cloud and big data are now mainstream—making IT’s challenge one of effectively integrating enterprise data with these modern systems. But the challenge is multifaceted, with IT needing to master modern ETL toolkits plus address new issues such as enterprise data security beyond the firewall, support for popular data sources such as Salesforce, Eloqua, SQL Server or Oracle, custom connectivity needs and more.
    This webinar drills into the options, including:
    •An overview of Modern Data Management
    •ETL Tools for the Cloud: AWS Glue, Google DataFlow, Azure Data Factory
    •ETL Tools for Hadoop: Apache Sqoop, Apache Nifi, Apache Flume
    •Best Practices for Modern ETL
  • Best Practices to Transform Modern Application Delivery
    Best Practices to Transform Modern Application Delivery
    Sumit Sarkar, Chief Research Officer Progress, Chris Worsley Global Practice Lead Microexcel Recorded: Feb 28 2019 57 mins
    To address challenges of increasingly competitive global economy, enterprises – both large and small - are embracing the digital shift. Completing this race for digital transformation, successfully, requires organizations to be nimble, and flexible enough to scale their applications in response to dynamic customer needs. Simply stated, businesses need to innovate and differentiate using new app experiences to stay competitive.

    However, modern application development requires new skills and capabilities that are not readily available in established organizations. These skills contribute to modern applications that delivers superlative user experiences and performance. Putting together teams with the needed skills in today’s tight labor market is a herculean task which gets even more difficult due to complexities like inter-connecting new applications with existing enterprise applications and legacy sources of data.

    In this Webinar, MicroExcel - a leading technology services and solutions partner for global customers, will share best practices to efficiently design and deliver innovative and timely solutions for their clients. You’ll learn how the right technology stack helps to bring down the cost of innovation, open up new opportunities for growth and develop competitive advantage. The hybrid approach includes adopting open source technologies, agile methodologies, cross platform frameworks and open cloud architectures. You’ll see how the right technology mix will help you deliver modern web, mobile, and chat applications to transform business.
  • Top 10 Things to Avoid When Considering Low-Code
    Top 10 Things to Avoid When Considering Low-Code
    Mark Troester, VP Strategy, Progress Recorded: Jan 15 2019 45 mins
    The promise of low-code for over-burdened app dev teams with a backlog of business demands is extremely enticing. The right low-code platform can help you get multi-channel business apps to market much more quickly than developing from scratch.

    However, low-code platforms fall flat because they are built on sub-optimal architectures that don’t support modern workloads and require a proprietary development approach that necessitates significant retraining. Additionally, many low-code vendors prioritize visual developer bling that promises to make your business counterpart a citizen developer over important enterprise architecture considerations valued by developers and enterprise architects.

    Listen to this webinar, where we discuss the top 10 things to avoid when considering low-code platforms, such as:

    - Letting industry categories constrain your tech choice
    - Offloading development effort to the business
    - Treating IoT, AI and analytics efforts as silos

    We also provide practical recommendations relating to serverless microservices and functions, full-stack development, NoOps, modernization, container support, hybrid cloud deployment and more.
  • Reducing the Cost of Enterprise-Grade Mobile Apps
    Reducing the Cost of Enterprise-Grade Mobile Apps
    Rob Lauer – Senior Manager, Developer Relations & Dan Wilson – Senior Product Manager Recorded: Jan 8 2019 34 mins
    The mobile app revolution has hit the enterprise. Smartphones, tablets, watches—your internal users and customers demand engaging experiences on the devices they use, on their terms.

    Existing resourcing problems, enterprise/legacy systems and changing requirements impact your cost and speed of app delivery. Fortunately, newer techniques drastically reduce app costs and time to market. This webinar examines how enterprises are accelerating development, cutting expenses, and reducing their IT app backlog.

    You’ll learn:

    - Cost-effective ways to extend existing enterprise and legacy systems for modern user experiences
    - Strategies to reduce the need for specialized technical skills in your organization without compromising quality, compliance or security
    - How to share code between web and mobile, allowing for reuse and standardization
    - Implementing development accelerators for common app needs like user authentication, data storage, and security
    - Building truly native iOS and Android apps, using the web skills developers already have
    - How reducing cost helps your IT organization align better with the rest of the business during digital transformation

    See how to reduce your app backlog while retaining full control over application logic, compliance, security, user experience, and access control.
  • Handling Complex Data Integrations in Enterprise Apps
    Handling Complex Data Integrations in Enterprise Apps
    Jai Karve – Principal Solutions Engineer & Sebastian Witalec – Senior Developer Advocate Recorded: Jan 3 2019 49 mins
    Demand for new apps keeps increasing, but integration challenges often slow the development process to a crawl. Developers are often left waiting for external teams to integrate with expanding numbers of disparate data sources and implement a variety of authentication schemes. Meanwhile, end users of mobile, web or chat don’t care about enterprise information architecture—they just want a seamless, connected experience.

    The Progress Kinvey platform helps developers deliver the experiences that customers demand faster using the tools and frameworks they already trust, while also:

    - Simplifying integration by providing a layer of abstraction for data virtualization
    - Providing enterprise authentication
    - Delivering mobile-specific features such as notifications and offline data access
    - Allowing developers want to use their standard and open frameworks and tools without having to learn a new or proprietary development stack

    Join us as we explore tackling complex data integrations for modern enterprise apps.
  • What Serverless Means for Enterprise Apps
    What Serverless Means for Enterprise Apps
    Michael Salinger, Sr. Director of Engineering, Progress Recorded: Nov 28 2018 42 mins
    There’s a new approach to app development. We call it serverless, but it’s also known as backend as a service (BaaS), function as a service (FaaS), cloud-native architectures, or microservices—just to name a few. Whatever you call it, this approach is giving developers new freedom to focus on frontend functionality and deliver better, more innovative user experiences.

    Confused? Join the Kinvey engineering team in this webinar as we go beyond the hype to simplify the serverless approach. Learn how organizations are adopting enterprise-grade serverless architectures to deliver apps faster across web, mobile and chat while maintaining secure integration with existing data and authentication systems.

    Forget worrying about backend functions and let your developers focus on what they do best—developing apps with a laser focus on the user experience.
  • The Fastest Way to Build Mobile Apps With Cloud Data
    The Fastest Way to Build Mobile Apps With Cloud Data
    Rob Lauer – Senior Manager, Developer Relations & Ignacio Fuentes – Senior Sales Engineer & TJ VanToll – Principal Developer Recorded: Nov 12 2018 47 mins
    Enterprise developers constantly pit project needs against today’s technical realities. Building native mobile apps for iOS and Android would be amazing, but you’re invested in Angular and the web. Using cloud-based data would earn you praise but connecting to Salesforce is tedious.

    This is where NativeScript, Angular, and Kinvey can help! In this webinar you’ll learn how to use Angular and the free, open source NativeScript framework to build truly native apps for iOS, Android, and web from a single codebase. We’ll also tackle:

    - Quickly connecting to Salesforce data with Kinvey
    - Screaming fast app performance
    - Getting the most out of Angular across iOS, Android, and Web platforms
    - How to share 70% of your Angular code with your iOS and Android apps
  • Case Study: Hello Tractor
    Case Study: Hello Tractor
    Jehiel Oliver, Founder & CEO, Hello Tractor Recorded: Nov 12 2018 4 mins
    Hello Tractor wanted to create a mobile app that would help increase food production in sub-Saharan Africa, but didn't have the resources to build it quickly.

    Kinvey provided Hello Tractor with everything the company needed to not only build the app as envisioned but also accelerate delivery.

    With Kinvey, Hello Tractor could build the app in just 2.5 months. By providing farmers with greater access to tractors, this app is helping farmers throughout the region combat food insecurity.

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