What is modern application development?
Modern app development is the rapid creation, maintenance, and management of applications that run across complex hybrid cloud environments without modification. This approach lets organizations get the most benefit from innovative technologies like containers and microservices, as well as from game-changing practices like agile, DevOps, and continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD).
5 places to start making up-to-date apps
Your apps are hard to maintain. And they lack portability. Move them to containers so your IT staff can keep things running, but still have time to innovate.
Technology and infrastructure requests can really slow things down. Add a lightweight app platform with the right tools to make room for fast, flexible, new approaches like microservices, mobile, and hybrid cloud.
Complex environments require process and automation improvements. Build apps around repeatable processes to ensure app logic is auditable and predictable.
Private cloud lets Amadeus modernize travel apps
Containment was important because we have many applications developed in older technologies that we will not change for at least 10 years. We also wanted to integrate existing middleware into Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform so that system administrators retain a uniform view of operations, the platform, and availability.
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Everything must happen faster
Your customers aren't willing to wait, and your competitors certainly won’t. Since you can't meet new demands with old approaches, something has to change.
FICO built their Decision Management Platform, letting customers use FICO tools and technology to create, customize, and deploy apps and services
Volvo used containers and automatic provisioning—improving management and making app life cycles fast and reliable.
Are your new apps already old?
If you're developing new apps using legacy platforms and processes, they could be out of date before they debut. And if you're creating what your customers want on separate systems, applications can't share resources across environments. Maintaining a mix of old and new app stacks is inefficient and time-consuming. It keeps your staff from growing skills and planning for your future.
High-performing organizations deploy apps
more frequently than low-performing onesSource: Puppet + DORA, 2016 State of DevOps Report. March 2016.
How can I try out microservices, containers, or public cloud when my app platform can’t keep up?
It might be time to try a container-based application platform. It lets you modernize critical existing apps and build new ones.
How do I get new tools and features to my customers faster?
A container platform, DevOps practices, and improved integration can all help speed app delivery.
How do I extend my systems to mobile devices?
Create mobile projects faster to interact in new and better ways with customers and employees.
How do I get a better look at my business processes, and keep up with what’s going on in real time?
Business process management tools can not only help you see your business flow, but also let you create better processes and maintain compliance.
Your business needs to be able to adapt to an ever-changing, digital world. Rely on Red Hat and our partner solutions to help you stay ahead of your competition. Embrace cloud-native apps and deliver real value to your customers.
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The apps you need can't be bought—and you can't build them in the same old ways. But you do have choices about how you move forward. What's your next step?