Enterprises are looking at new ways to augment innovation and digital transformation. A low-code platform is a strategic tool in the IT tool chest that allows enterprises to innovate faster and efficiently. Enterprises can use low-code to create reusable components that can be repurposed to provide contextual, customizable, and configurable experiences for customers. Enterprise developers can leverage modern technology, support microservices, adopt containerization, take care of deployment and upgradation with minimum effort, and build cloud-native applications with minimum downtime. Low-code platforms are developer-centric and empower the developer to shape ideas into working solutions without the hassles of setup and deployment.
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Today over 90% of large banks in the world continue to use legacy systems at their core. But surely the banking industry is evolving towards digital, and technology developments like low-code are fueling innovation and growth, and operationalizing hyper customization at scale. Banking is changing, across the board.
Indeed, banks need to personalize their services across regions, languages, users, compliance regimes, and even design requirements. Achieving a fine level of customization—hyper customization—through traditional in-house development teams or using ISV vendors can be expensive, if not impossible. It is here that low-code platforms offer this at scale, without compromising on technology (cloud deployments, microservices, containerization, etc.), security, scalability, interoperability, robust architecture, and standards compliance.
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– How low-code allows banking software builders to deliver hyper-customized services to meet all frontline requirements
– How an intuitive visual approach to app development allows developers to drag and drop components onto a canvas integrate them using pop-up dialogs and plain language
– How legacy applications can be modernized with open-standards based code generation and REST APIs that enable enterprise applications to plug-n-play seamlessly with other systems in the bank.
And so much more..
Oracle Forms applications are proprietary and only run in the Oracle database, many enterprises are looking for standards-based alternatives to modernize their oracle forms to a modern app architecture.
Using legacy oracle forms apps are having enterprises faced with a dilemma, whether they should continue to use an older technology that is close to its end of life or migrate to a modern technology that would enable them to onboard newer technologies on the horizon.
Open low-code platforms, to a large extent, aims to address the pain points of enterprises trying to modernize legacy oracle forms-based applications. With such platforms, businesses can be sure of better adoption amongst developers and thereby ensure a faster release cycle of quality applications without straining IT budget.
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The need to replace a legacy system is usually strong and immediate. But the success rate of modernization projects is marginal. Reasons for failure are various - ranging from general organizational impedance to change to wrong expectations of vendor products and technology. In most cases, the latter gives rise to a documented case study approach that may not pull out your enterprise out of its dilemma. Standard prescriptions to modernization have created many myths. Here’s busting the top six myths of modernization
Effective and faster Application Development and Delivery (AD&D) has been a very tricky problem to solve for organizations. The reason is that conventional way of app development and delivery has not been able to keep up with the needs of the new age customer.
In today’s digital world, application delivery has to take center stage as the speed in developing and delivering applications is becoming essential to business success. Moreover, in the age of the customer, the demands on modern applications are unprecedented. Modern applications need to be customer focused, multichannel, engaging, interconnected and secure. In addition, all of these demands have to be delivered in a short time. Forrester, in one of its publications, put it simply as “do more with less — and fast”.
In this white paper, we will talk about how WaveMaker RAD platform, with its unique rapid application development and delivery methodology, can not only help fix application delivery but also save time, money and effort.
With the dawn of cloud computing and proliferation of apps, companies are exchanging data and services at an ever growing rate. APIs can increase agility by de-coupling and exposing business processes. The past few years, however, have seen such explosive growth that the API space is evolving more rapidly than ever before. The future RESTful APIs will drive not only the exchange of data but also influence enterprise architecture.
This whitepaper provides a snapshot of the nuances in API driven development, API management and how low-code platforms today help your API strategy.
Customizing software application has been a pain point for Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) right from the beginning. Releasing new features or managing updates to an existing application to meet every client’s requirements incurs additional time, effort and costs. In trying to make it easier for their clients, ISVs end up supporting multiple versions of the application which is not a scalable business option.
With current generation software becoming cloud-native, ISVs who are solution providers wanted to reap the benefits of subscription-based multi-tenant models. But it requires a huge modernization effort as the software needs to go through critical architectural changes to be able to adopt this model. This could lead to refactoring of certain portions of the application, possibly re-writing few modules and re-using some parts. Even after this, the looming problem of customization remains as multi-tenant models does not leave room for customizing the application’s code.
Low-code platform brings with it the promise of changing the app development landscape. With its visual drag-and-drop and component-based development approach, ISVs can build application software solutions adhering to the current day architectural best practices to leverage cloud-based delivery.
In this whitepaper, find out how WaveMaker Low-code Platform combines the power of ease of development through visual and model-driven approach with extending code using standards-based frameworks. WaveMaker application architecture leverages micro-services with session-less architecture, enabling ISVs to develop large-scale, customizable, cloud-ready applications faster.
Two decades on, Java continues to be a popular backend platform, thriving in today’s modern era of big data, consumerization, machine learning and Internet of things - the digital transformation gig.
Java developers, once prized, are finding themselves challenged, and possibly dispensable. New development tools and delivery platforms are being announced every week. Traditional Java development teams have to learn new skills, a new vocabulary and adopt new approaches to app development.
This playbook is created for existing Java Development Teams looking to upskill and address modern application development needs by adopting low-code, rapid application development platforms. It guides teams on types of skills, composition and best practice approaches in building highly scalable applications with WaveMaker, an open standards based low-code application development platform.
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