Migrate to a scalable and secure MBaaS platform

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41% of developers have worked, or currently work, with mobile applications—a 31% increase in the last 2 years, and enterprises are being pressed to provide flexible, secure, and comprehensive platforms that inspire and enable, rather than restrict.1

While open standards provide the flexibility, cost savings, and responsiveness to meet today’s market needs, open standard technologies alone don’t expose the level of scalability, control, and security mandated by enterprise IT departments. Mobile Backend-as-a-Service (MBaaS) is required to provide the additional layer of management, and migration to an MBaaS can expose such benefits to existing mobile applications.

Join this webinar to learn about:

  • A proven and holistic approach to migration, with a practical demo migrating a parse application to Red Hat® Mobile Application Platform.
  • The benefits of a service-oriented mobile application platform architecture that scales and abstracts components into reusable RESTful HTTP APIs for seamless cloud code deployment.
  • Assessing the business case to migrate existing applications to Red Hat Mobile Application Platform.

 

 

 

 

1Forrester Wave: Mobile Infrastructure Services 2015 report



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Duration: 60 minutes

Speakers

Evan Shortiss

Senior consultant, Mobile Application Platform, Red Hat

Evan Shortiss is a senior consultant for Red Hat Mobile Application Platform. Joining Red Hat as part of Red Hat's FeedHenry acquisition in 2014, Evan has deep experience in mobile development and specializes in building applications using Red Hat Mobile Application Platform, Apache Cordova, and MEAN stack technologies.

Philip Hayes

Architect, Mobile Application Platform, Red Hat

Philip Hayes is an architect on the Red Hat North America Mobile Practice team. Philip was a senior member of the FeedHenry consultancy team prior to Red Hat's FeedHenry acquisition in 2014. At Red Hat, he's been the lead consultant on a number of large-scale projects primarily based on the MEAN stack. Prior to joining FeedHenry, Philip worked for more than 15 years in the software industry in Ireland and Asia Pacific, focused on emerging markets in the mobile telecom industry.

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