IBM MobileFirst Platform Foundation

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  1. bsdinsight

    bsdinsight Well-Known Member

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    IBM® MobileFirst Platform Foundation, formerly known as IBM Worklight, helps organizations extend their business to mobile devices. It provides an open and comprehensive platform to not only build, but test, run and manage native, hybrid and mobile web apps. Available as an on premises or private cloud solution, IBM MobileFirst Foundation can help reduce both application development and maintenance costs, improve time-to-market and enhance mobile application governance and security.

    IBM MobileFirst Foundation is comprised of five components:
    1. IBM MobileFirst Studio offers leading tools for mobile app development that help maximize code reuse and accelerate development.
    2. IBM MobileFirst Server is mobile-optimized middleware that serves as a gateway between applications, back-end systems and cloud-based services.
    3. IBM MobileFirst Device Runtime Components offer runtime client application program interfaces (API) designed to enhance security, governance and usability.
    4. IBM MobileFirst Application Center enables you to set up an enterprise app store that manages the distribution of production-ready mobile apps.
    5. IBM MobileFirst Console is an administrative GUI designed to provide real-time operational analytics for the server, adapters, and applications and push services to help you manage, monitor and instrument mobile apps.

    With IBM MobileFirst Foundation you can:
    • Build apps for any mobile operating environment and device with your preferred development approach – native, hybrid or mobile web.
    • Connect and synchronize mobile apps with enterprise data, applications and cloud services, including IBM BlueMix™.
    • Safeguard mobile security at the device, application, data and network layer.
    • Manage your mobile app portfolio from a single central interface with detailed operational analytics.
    • Utilize your own development tools.
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  3. bsdinsight

    bsdinsight Well-Known Member

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    Build apps for any mobile operating environment and device
    • Use standards-based technologies to take advantage of third-party libraries and frameworks—and avoid code translation, proprietary interpreters and unpopular scripting languages.
    • Build and deploy to multiple platforms, and create mobile and omni-channel applications quickly.
    • Get support for the latest iOS, Android ,Windows Phone, Windows 8, Blackberry, Java ME, mobile and desktop environments.
    • Use runtime skins to optimize the user experience for hundreds of different devices.
    • Reduce time-consuming manual test processes with an integrated mobile application testing capability.

    Connect and synchronize mobile apps
    • Connect to back-end data, applications and cloud services more easily.
    • Transform enterprise data into the mobile-friendly, JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) format that can be synchronized, encrypted and stored locally on mobile devices.
    • Employ advanced mobile middleware for caching, data synchronization and encryption.
    • Use wizards to explore available SOAP and SAP Netweaver Gateway back-end services and automatically generate integration code.
    • Collect geo-location data without exhausting mobile resources by setting policies for acquiring and using data in batch and sending it in only when needed.
  4. bsdinsight

    bsdinsight Well-Known Member

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    Safeguard mobile security
    • Help ensure timely propagation and adoption of critical security updates to the entire installed base.
    • Enforce multi-factor authentication, single sign-on (SSO) and device SSO while integrating with existing authentication and security approaches.
    • Manage approved and rejected devices for controlled mobile application installation and remote application disablement.
    • Support Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) strategies, containerization and app security through MaaS 360 integration.
    • Provide context-driven risk assessment, malware and jailbreak detection through Trusteer integration.
    • Help deliver secure and syncable on-device storage with FIPS 140-2 compliance for data on device and in transit also for native apps.
  5. bsdinsight

    bsdinsight Well-Known Member

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    Manage your mobile app portfolio from a single central interface
    • Provides an integrated management console with role-based access and security audit logs based on standard Java EE-security integration.
    • Offers operational analytics, including response time analysis, on-device and on-wire data size reports, notification analysis, server workload analysis and crash analysis.
    • Enables you to govern app distribution and version management, make direct updates for enforced version upgrades and manage push notifications.
    • Helps create a security-rich, hardened shell to enforce common branding, security and data access standards.
    • Uses high availability and private cloud deployment options—IBM WebSphere® Application Server Network Deployment and IBM PureApplication™ Systems on IBM SoftLayer.

    Utilize your preferred development tools
    • Use either MobileFirst Studio or your preferred development environment to develop native or hybrid apps.
    • Compliment native integrated development environments (IDE) with tools to perform specific MobileFirst tasks.
    • Support adapter development and testing for native apps.
    • Support local and remote MobileFirst Server deployments.

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