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Modernizing your OpenEdge app starts with migrating to Progress Application Server for OpenEdge (PASOE). An enterprise-class application server, PAS for OpenEdge is specifically tailored to support ABL application development and deployment environments, enabling you to modernize your app while using fewer system resources.
In this encore session from ProgressNEXT 2019, learn how to build ABL Services with the intention of deploying packages to the PAS for OpenEdge. Peter Judge, Software Architect at Progress, shares the foundations for a solid, yet extensible application architecture, explores various deployment packages and looks at best practices for API definitions and versioning.
The high performing PAS for OpenEdge has proven to be an excellent tool for locating loose coding practices. With a plethora of available monitoring tools, you can ensure your application is always performing exactly as intended.
In this encore session from ProgressNEXT 2019, Dustin Grau, Principal Consultant at Progress, dives into monitoring in greater detail. Learn how to observe particular metrics during code execution and how to automatically track and graph results for easier consumption. Topics include:
Much of the magic that goes into creating a great application user interface happens behind the scenes. However, modern apps need to span multiple channels and devices, which adds an extra layer of complexity to development.
Kinvey addresses many of these pain points. Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how Kinvey can help you:
With GDPR now live, many enterprises have been forced to sideline their analytics projects to avoid the threat of huge penalties. However, there is another way—data masking enables enterprises to ensure analytics continuity while maintaining GDPR compliance. Learn more in this webinar, where we discuss:
With Salesforce playing a large role in digital transformation initiatives, businesses are increasingly looking to leverage their Salesforce data for analytics and other mission-critical processes. However, building a custom Salesforce data connector to deliver these capabilities can be complex, time-consuming and expensive.
In this webinar, we’ll dive into the different considerations for developing a Salesforce data connector.
OpenEdge 12 is packed with new features and enhancements that help developers to meet the escalating demands for application functionality, performance, availability and security.
The launch webinar explored today’s business imperatives in depth along with key OpenEdge 12 features encompassing:
Learn all about it—watch the webinar recording on demand.
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.
Can Your Current Infrastructure Support High-Performance Analytics and Data Science?
Big data, compliance and a highly skilled workforce are driving organizations to transform their current analytical infrastructure to deliver enterprise computing environments that can support the latest in data science and analytics practices. SAS remains a popular choice for statistical programming languages, but there is growing demand for R and Python. Data engineers are now being tasked to deliver scalable and highly available computing resources to support analytics for a growing number of users and increasing data volumes while maintaining security for their customers.
In this webinar you'll learn:
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.
Listen to this webinar where we discuss the top 10 things to avoid when considering low-code platforms, such as:
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.
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