Over the past 30 years of supporting our large, loyal customer and partner ecosystem, we have learned few things about building a modern, future-proof application development and deployment platform. We condensed what we learned into seven critical topic areas:
These topics areas help organize requirements and drive the development of the platform. We have been talking about these “7 Keys” for a number of years now to help our customers and partners know what to expect from Progress. These topics also fit nicely with supporting current trends and market needs: Cloud, mobile devices, and SaaS (software as a service).
But, talk is cheap – you want action!
That is why I am happy to report that we continue to deliver on our promise of providing you with the tools you need in the timeframe that you need them by delivering a brand new release of our OpenEdge application development platform only 6 months after the previous release that is focused on:
Over the coming weeks, our Progress technical experts will be diving in to various aspects of our new release, particularly those focused multi-tenancy, productivity, operational performance and security. In the meantime, you can read all about the new release in the Feature Highlights.
Thanks and as always, please feel free to drop me a line and let me know what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org
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