Mobilizing Enterprise Apps – Too Many Apps, Not Enough Time
Enterprises are under tremendous pressure to “mobilize” their enterprise apps for consumers and employees. Mobilizing enterprise apps can provide a boost in increasing revenues and employee productivity. Time to market is of paramount importance but companies are short on resources and expertise. But there are a few strategies that can help companies get organized, be proactive, and rapidly develop and deploy these mobile apps. We will discuss these strategies, challenges, issues, and solutions that can help you execute your mobile initiatives successfully.
RecordedJan 10 201348 mins
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Jason Keen, Titanium Mobile Native App Developer, Speaker, Author, TCAD / TCD / TCI Certified, Titan
Jason talks about his experience in developing cross-platform, native apps - the various tools that can be used to produce them, common misconceptions and mistakes, design and development approach, coding, commercial arrangements, publishing and delivery etc.
- Tools to develop cross-platform native apps
- UI/UX mistakes
- Coding for cross-platform
- Retina, Density / Screen issues
- Planning and delivery
Load balancers occupy an important position (in the path of application traffic) on the enterprise network. Yet, traditional application delivery controllers (ADCs) are unable to provide meaningful application insights to drive business decisions. Avi Networks’ software-defined architecture for load balancing separates the control plane (management layer) from the data plane (load balancers) to generate continuous insights about applications.
In this 30 minute presentation from Avi Networks, learn how you can get rich analytics and actionable insights into end user experience, application performance, resource utilization, security, and anomalous behavior. See how you can benefit from:
• A “Network DVR” to record and replay traffic events to pinpoint app issues
• At-a-glance view of all virtual services throughout the system
• Real-time visibility into DDoS attacks, SSL versions and ciphers used in transactions
• Health scores that give you immediate feedback on application performance
Kent Brown, CTO, ModusBox David Chao, Industry Marketing, MuleSoft
Today's supply chains are faced with an increasing number of distribution channels, a broader set of suppliers and ever decreasing product cycles. A new approach is required that delivers a step change in agility. MuleSoft's API-led approach delivers up to 200% faster development cycles through leveraging re-usable assets. Join us for a walkthrough of this approach, including a demo of Anypoint Platform and Anypoint B2B.
Hardware or software applicance-based load balancers do not scale horizontally. They often cause configuration delays, overspending, and overprovisioning. Avi Networks leverages the power of central management and insights derived from distributed load balancing resources to provide predictive autoscaling of load balancers as well as application components. Enterprises can eliminate upfront capital costs and adopt an elastic subscription-based model for load balancing. The Avi Vantage platform alleviates operational complexities inherent in buying hardware and managing multiple appliances.
In this webinar learn new best practices for autoscaling load balancers and applications. Learn the flexibility and cost savings achieved through:
• Software-defined L4-L7 services and central management
• Use of commodity x86 servers for load balancing
• Elastic scaling based on real-time traffic that eliminates overprovisioning
• Avoiding CapEx and significantly reduced OpEx
With the rising implementations of Agile and DevOps methodologies, many organizations that have more business experts than technical experts are finding it difficult to keep up with the pace of development. These teams need a way to fully engage the business experts in the test automation process without sacrificing speed, quality and scale.
Join Roee Weisbert, Senior Functional Architect, and learn how HPE Business Process Testing is the bridge that provides the ultimate scriptless framework for technical and non-technical users. See how the latest updates to BPT & UFT allow testers to automate in an intuitive and easy to use platform, optimizing efficiency, time, and quality of your applications.
MuleSoft expert and Principal Solution Architect Brett Roeder provides an overview of the broad set of capabilities available out of the box with Anypoint Platform that will enable business agility and create better experiences for your customers. These capabilities uniquely enable reuse, self-service, composability, governance and security. Infused throughout Brett’s demo are best practices for designing, building,and managing both APIs and integrations to deliver projects 3x faster.
How many times have you sat and waited for an application and thought "What if any performance engineering was done for this?". Do you want to improve your time to market delivery rates, but can’t get executive buy-in because they feel things are currently “good”? We will share some real-world Performance Engineering examples and how Performance Engineering helped these organizations improve time to market, user experience, and revenue.
Join us and learn how to make your Performance Engineering team pay for itself!
As the industry accelerates adoption of DevOps for speed, quality and scale, HPE is evolving our ALM and quality solutions to embrace Agile and DevOps best practices, launching ALM Octane on June 1st, 2016. And, through our own use of Agile and Continuous Delivery practices within our Research and Development teams, we continue to evolve the ALM Octane experience and platform to help support you on your DevOps initiatives.
In this webinar, we will take the opportunity to showcase some of the newest ALM Octane innovations, and paint a picture of what the near-term future will look like for unprecedented lifecycle agility.
The modern reality of digital transformation demands that companies deliver applications faster—all without sacrificing quality and performance. Hewlett Packard Enterprise is a recognized leader in the performance testing space, and with every new software release, we continue to solidify our position as a frontrunner and innovator.
HPE LoadRunner and Performance Center version 12.53 are packed with features to support testing in Agile and DevOps environments. You can interface with popular third-party solutions, and improve usability and efficiency of performance testing, to help enterprises accelerate their time-to-market and increase productivity.
In this web event we'll present the following innovative features:
New PCoIP Protocol
Support for HTTP/2
Git Integration in VuGen
PC Usage and Admin Reports
NV Insights Report
PAL 2.0 Enhancements
Delivering great quality apps demands great scrutiny to the various aspects of the user experience. This attention to quality goes far beyond the initial design phase. Achieving this level of success requires investment and maturity from the entire organization in time, resources, and skills. HPE Mobile Center software is your single gateway that enables you to redefine such 5-star experience. By delivering a predictable and repeatable mechanism for testing, monitoring and improving your mobile apps throughout its lifecycle you create an unforgettable experience.
And today, HPE Mobile Center got even better. With Mobile Center 2.0, we are bringing the following capabilities – and more - to further enhance your mobile app lifecycle:
Multiple hybrid cloud options to choose from: locally or distributed, locked in a secure room, in Amazon Device Farm
End-to-end testing with full control over devices, inclusive of system apps
We expand Appium and Selenium to enterprise-grade testing
Paul Rohan, author of "PSD2 in Plain English" & Danny Healy, Banking API Specialist, MuleSoft
Open Banking is set to disrupt the financial services value chain. Across the world, this disruption can already be seen with a number of innovative initiatives emerging and with pressure from regulation, such as PSD2 in Europe, beginning to impact institutes.
With the foundations starting to build, what are the common approaches to Open Banking and how can you avoid the pitfalls?
Hear from MuleSoft Banking API specialist Danny Healy and industry veteran Paul Rohan, author of "PSD2 in Plain English", for a unique business and technical insight from the leaders in API-led connectivity.
Will you simply survive? Or change to thrive, in an Open Banking world?
Alex Li, Product Manager, Ahyoung An, Product Marketing Manager, and Damian Sima, Lead Software Engineer, MuleSoft
How are you validating the behavior of your Mule app before you send it to QA? Did you know that there is a testing framework that automates the testing of Mule apps? Join this webinar to learn what you may not know about testing your Mule applications within Anypoint Studio.
Learn how to use MUnit to:
- Test API implementations
- Do other types of unit and integrated testing
- Automatically generate coverage reports
- Integrate testing into your continuous integration process
Sam Fineberg, Distinguished Technologist, HPE, Ben Swartzlander, OpenStack Architect, NetApp, Thomas Rivera, SNIA DPCO Chair
This Webcast will focus on the data protection capabilities of the OpenStack Mitaka release, which includes multiple resiliency features. Join Dr. Sam Fineberg, Distinguished Technologist (HPE), and Ben Swartzlander, Project Team Lead OpenStack Manila (NetApp), as they discuss:
- Storage-related features of Mitaka
- Data protection capabilities – Snapshots and Backup
- Manila share replication
- Live migration
- Rolling upgrades
- HA replication
Our experts will be on hand to answer your questions.
This Webcast is co-sponsored by two groups within the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA): the Cloud Storage Initiative (CSI), and the Data Protection & Capacity Optimization Committee (DPCO).
Think of yourself as you visit a new website or download a new app on your device. How will you react to a poor performing website or application? Will you quickly abandon and find a replacement? What happens when you cannot and it is your bank, healthcare or email?
We've all been in a situation where we find ourselves impatient with technology's performance. Come join a panel of individuals whose day-to-day responsibilities are to prevent such end user issues. Remember if not for the end users, there would be no product or reason to care about performance.
Eric Odell, Udi Shagal, Len Tocco, Michael Logsdon
We’ve lived in the “golden age” of application performance management (APM)… But we’ve operated in data silos. IT Ops teams focus on performance and availability of services in the backend, while developers focus on tracing and troubleshooting of poor transactions. Meanwhile, the marketing team monitors user adoption and flows, business data and customer sentiment.
But no one is managing the bigger picture. It’s not enough to simply know if the app is performing slowly or if the server is down.
Today’s digital businesses require the IT Ops and Applications teams to go beyond monitoring infrastructure Service Level Agreements (SLAs) to including a basic understanding of technology’s impact on the end user experience. Traditional APM tools must evolve even further to link application performance with KPIs that matter to the business. Managing today’s digital user experience demands closer alignment with business requirements and ever changing customer expectations.
Join us for this live webcast to learn how HPE AppPulse Suite helped St. Louis-based Ameren Corporation:
Link app performance directly to customer experience
Make performance action-optimized – generating actionable insights that inform decisions
Dissolve cross-team barriers – improve DevOps collaboration
29% of today’s global workforce use 3+ devices, work from multiple locations and use multiple apps, while 80%+ employees admit to using non-approved software-as-a-serve (SaaS) applications in their jobs. How do you boost productivity, collaboration, and agility with real-time access to business tools and information while keeping it all secure?
Join this webcast to learn:
•How to protect your mobile productivity tools
•How to save money and set up quickly
•Keep your data secure on the move
•Protect everything—across devices, operating systems and applications
Under pressure from demanding applications, increased virtualization and a proliferation of mobile devices, IT organizations are looking for a highly-available, resilient and performant data protection environment that ensures business resiliency and efficiency. However, sourcing products from multiple vendors is costly and can create management complexity that will deter you from deriving maximum value from your infrastructure. Instead, consider a single stack, integrated software and hardware backup solution.
Join HPE data protection experts to learn why more organizations are moving away from fragmented point based solutions to HPE’s unified data protection solutions, and how HPE Data Protector, through native integrations with HPE StoreOnce Systems, HPE 3PAR StoreServ, and HPE StoreEver (Tape) offerings, can provide you with advanced capabilities that accelerate the backup process in a cost-efficient, scalable way.
Most application teams are content to only monitor their infrastructure. If the servers are up, everything must be fine. Recent surveys found that only 26% of application teams will proactively examine user experience in production. In fact, 72% completely lack curiosity and first learn about User Experience issues and poor application performance through user complaints at the help desk.
However, the problem comes when application performance impacts your user’s engagement. They may not complain; but their efficiency is impacted and they may just take their business somewhere else which is reflected in business metrics.
As such, lack of visibility into the enterprise application performance costs millions and directly impacts business revenues and efficiency.
Join us for Part 2 of our Application Visibility with Application Performance Management (APM) Webinar Series to learn how HPE APM enables visibility into your User Experience and alerts you when applications are performing poorly and before users are impacted.
During this webinar you will learn how HPE APM helps you:
Monitor your user experience
Identify performance issues before they occur by detecting negative performance trends
Identify potential critical issues before a crash occurs using predictive analytics
Isolate the problem to the failing application component whether that be a service, Docker container, virtual or physical server
Chris Underdown & Liam McCabe, UX designers at RebelMinds
There are few things worse than a poorly executed idea. Plenty of websites and apps have failed simply due to poor execution and design. This isn’t entirely down to skill but carelessly skipping or missing the stages required in crafting a rewarding and pleasant user experience. In this webinar Chris and Liam describe the process of translating a app concept into a design with a carefully considered and tested User Experience and an appealing, complimentary UI. They explain the similarities and differences between designing for B2C and B2B products and provide a concept example to demonstrate the process, all whilst adhering to current best practices.
Poor application performance and crashes cost millions of dollars to businesses globally. Yet, recent surveys show that only 26% of application teams will proactively examine user experience metrics in production. 72% of app teams first learn of UX issues through user complaints.
Today’s impatient and intolerant user is quick to abandon slow performing, crashing and error prone apps. So it is up to application teams to quickly isolate issues, understand what went wrong and know how to fix it fast.
Join us for this webinar and learn how HPE AppPulse Trace cuts through the complexity of isolating transaction performance issues. During this live webcast, user experience experts will demonstrate how to correlate performance issues from the user action to service code execution and diagnose issues down to the line of code and log messages.
During this Webinar, you will learn how to:
Quickly drill down to server-side transactions for rapid investigation of performance bottlenecks
Trace transactions from the browser or mobile app all the way to the backend
Trace all aspects of transaction execution including end-to-end flow, code timing, contextual logs, exceptions and database queries
The automated testing of web applications has improved over the last decade with the evolution and advancement of WebDriver. Sencha Test leverages Behavior Driven Development, (BDD), to help test automation engineers design, create, and -- more importantly -- maintain good tests over the long term.
In this joint webinar with Sauce Labs and Sencha, you’ll learn how to:
Keep test automation from becoming a bottleneck in your continuous integration strategy
Achieve scale in deploying a large number of automated tests on multiple platforms simultaneously
We will also present a demo of how to run automated tests on Sauce Labs directly from Sencha Test in a few easy steps.
If you’re an app product manager or marketer without a robust strategy to increase ARPU and raise LTV, you’re leaving money on the table. Whether because of poor engagement, low social engagement, or poor user interface, your app limitations are costing you money.
Everyone knows that the difference between success and failure in mobile app business is long-term customer engagement and higher LTV, but lighting a fire in the hearts of consumers is easier said than done. From app discovery to customer retention to long term value, finding the right combination of strategies to build massively effective customer engagement is part art and part science.
Join VentureBeat and our panel of experts as we demystify app engagement and the technology that supports it. In this webinar, you’ll learn to:
• Leverage in-app personalization to build loyalty
• Proactively seek and secure high levels of customer satisfaction
• Increase customer retention rate
• Raise revenue per user
• Implement strategies that increase LTV and increase ARPU
* TJ Hunter, Sr. Director of Consumer Marketing for Rosetta Stone's Consumer Division
* Benjamin Weiss, Mobile Product Manager, Walgreens
* Shahar Kaminitz, Founder & CEO, Insert
* Stewart Rogers, Director of Marketing Technology, VentureBeat
* Wendy Schuchart, Moderator, VentureBeat
Sponsored by: Insert
Register for this free executive level learning opportunity today!
Container-based applications are driving changes in the IT tool chain up and down the stack. In addition to a container orchestration platform, these applications need a full stack of services including load balancing, service proxies, visibility/monitoring, service discovery, and security.
This webinar jointly presented by Avi Networks and Mesosphere, will uncover the strategies for delivering application services and best practices for building, deploying, and managing large Mesos clusters with thousands of nodes.
You will learn:
• How to simplify orchestrating microservices applications
• How to discover services automatically
• Gain visibility to application components and their interactions
• Ways to scale applications seamlessly
• Achieve security through micro-segmentation, SSL, and L4-L7 policies
Today, web application security vulnerabilities, including mobile threats, are the attack of choice for organized cybercrime. Year after year, the costs of these breaches increase — even going beyond monetary loss to affect an organization’s reputation. It’s no wonder that securing web applications in this constantly changing threat landscape has become the leading challenge facing chief information security officers (CISOs) and chief technology officers (CTOs). From threats to on-premises and cloud environments, to the increase in endpoints such as browsers and mobile applications, to heightened pressures to speed app delivery to market, it’s critical to have application security assurance as part of a mature overall security practice. Application security assurance services provide much-needed roadmap for processes and methodologies to ensure a secure systems development lifecycle (SDLC).
Customers are aggressively moving towards the ultra-fast computing platforms. To suit the same SAP has developed / equipped their Business suite software to handle the requirements and yet made the software simple i.e S/4 HANA.
S/4 HANA is being adopted by many of the customers due to high performance and Simplicity of the product and also the future innovations of SAP are based on S/4 HANA.
Do you want to unlock the potential of your software and learn the technical challenges in the path to S/4 HANA? Then it is time to understand on how this can be achieved by attending our webinar.
Credit and debit card transactions are one of the richest sources of customer analytics data in the banking and financial services field. But this data is commonly under-utilized. During this webinar, we will take a look at the value of card transaction data, and share some custom-built visualizations designed to help you:
- Track card performance across all banking channels (POS, ATM, Branch, Online and Mobile)
- Detect fraudulent card usage trends and EMV fallback issues
- Understand customer card usage and cross-channel behavior
- Reduce card program cannibalization
- Analyze merchant and merchant category influencers on your card portfolio and know where revenues are coming from
Traditional performance testing typically requires that all components of the application are “completed,” integrated and deployed into an appropriate environment. This results in testing not being done until late in the delivery cycle or sometimes skipped entirely. Which can then lead to a less then optimal user experience, expensive rework and potential loss of business.
Many organizations are adopting service virtualization to overcome the key challenges associated with performance testing. During this session see why and specifically how service virtualization:
•Enables you to do testing early in the dev cycle by simulating unavailable production systems and missing components
•Helps you control the inputs (like response times and 3rd party system responses) so you can do more negative and exploratory testing
•Provisions performance test environments “in a box” for on-demand testing
•Works with CA APM so that you can monitor an app during a load and performance test and see how the app reacts
Applications - the lifeblood of modern business - can be in a sorry state of affairs given today's forced alignment with server, OS, and storage boundaries. This can not only cause deployment delays and complexity, but it also results in underutilized hardware and inflated operational costs. There is a drive to embrace new technologies and methodologies in the enterprise, but this presents significant challenges. Limited application-awareness at the infrastructure level makes it nearly impossible to deliver on the promised SLAs and the tight coupling of applications and underlying operating software (OS or hypervisors) compromises application portability as well as developer productivity.
A growing number of enterprises are turning to application containers to support more efficient and effective development and deployment in an application-centric IT paradigm. By abstracting applications from the underlying infrastructure, containers can simplify application deployment, and enable seamless portability across machines and clouds. Containers can also enable significant cost savings by consolidating multiple applications per machine without compromising performance or predictability. Join us to learn more about container adoption in the enterprise and how a container-based server and storage virtualization environment can help take your software-defined datacenter transformation to the next level of an application-defined datacenter.
In this era of Digital Reimagination™, the key to business success is to provide superior customer experience. However, with competition being just ‘one click away’, accelerated yet rich experience assumes greater importance.
Join this presentation, where leading experts from CA Technologies and TCS talk about the:
1. Significance of DevOps in a digital world
2. Role of QA and testing in DevOps
3. Known pitfalls and proven pathways for ‘first-time-right’