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Creating Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat / JBoss
Creating Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat / JBoss
Creating Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat / JBoss
Creating Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat / JBoss
Creating Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat / JBoss
Creating Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat / JBoss
Creating Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat / JBoss
Creating Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat / JBoss
Creating Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat / JBoss
Creating Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat / JBoss
Creating Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat / JBoss
Creating Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat / JBoss
Creating Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat / JBoss
Creating Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat / JBoss
Creating Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat / JBoss
Creating Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat / JBoss
Creating Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat / JBoss
Creating Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat / JBoss
Creating Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat / JBoss
Creating Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat / JBoss
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Creating Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat / JBoss

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Pushed by the success of personal smartphones and tablets, mobile clients already became a standard integral component of modern IT landscapes. It is even common in enterprises that employees bring their own devices (BYOD) and integrate these with the internal systems. This raises a need for frameworks and middleware systems to support the development and operating departments in fulfilling the new requirements brought by mobile clients. Typical examples are:

adapt application architectures so that they can be used in a scenario with poor connectivity or even offline,
ensure that critical enterprise data is stored safely and securely on mobile devices,
provide development frameworks that support mobile clients on all tiers, starting from the database up to the application logic to finally to the GUI layer.

Red Hat offers solutions for all of these requirements. akquinet, as a longtime premier partner has a lot of experience in the field of mobile applications gathered in real-life projects. In this talk we will present the Red Hat product portfolio that enables the development and operation of infrastructures with mobile clients and discuss the possibilities and challenges based on examples from our customers.

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  • 1. Creating Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat Tobias Hartwig, Red Hat, thartwig@redhat.com Martin Weber, akquinet AG, martin.weber@akquinet.de Oct 1, 2013
  • 2. Going mobile in real life Examples from our customers Session title Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat Non -confidential 4
  • 3. akquinet AG RZ Planung Microsoft Dyn NAV SAP Technology Open Text Sharepoint Business Process Optimization TOPS JBoss Telematics Consulting easy san Management/organization consulting Output Management Transition Infrastructure Interim Management .NET SAP Basis PPI CRM curaviva Java Open Source Outsourcing Housing Potential analysis Websphere Hosting MPS Localization opus curare Service Desk Netweaver QlikView Mobile Solutions SAST GRC Suite Document Services Data Processing Centers BPO System Integration BRO Session title Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat Non -confidential 5
  • 4. Customer examples Session title Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat Non -confidential 6
  • 5. Steps to go mobile 1. Analyze context of use 2. Choose platform and hardware 3. Conceptualize UI 4. Define technical architecture 5. Develop solution 6. Deploy and operate solution Session title Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat Non -confidential 7
  • 6. Steps to go mobile 1. Analyze context of use 2. Choose platform and hardware 3. Conceptualize UI 4. Define technical architecture 5. Develop solution 6. Deploy and operate solution Session title Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat Non -confidential 8
  • 7. CareViva    akquinet product in healthcare domain solution to support outpatient care and workflows of nurses access patient info and perform documentation of care services on-site Session title Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat Non -confidential 9
  • 8. CareViva Context of use en route & in the car at the patient‘s Session title Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat Non -confidential 10
  • 9. CareViva Platform and hardware selection  Native    Better usability Better integration of smartphone functions Android    Android phones comparatively cheap A lot of devices to choose from! Smartphones, ~4”  Ambulant service workers require phones anyway. One device is better than several. Session title Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat Non -confidential 11
  • 10. CareViva Technical architecture JBoss as mediator: Integration with Microsoft Navision, mobile-enabled interface to clients Session title Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat Non -confidential 12
  • 11. Facility management   Large provider for facility management services Management of business processes   E.g. reclamation process Mobile-enabled customizable UI Session title Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat Non -confidential 13
  • 12. Facility management Context of use in the office en route / at home Session title Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat Non -confidential 14
  • 13. Facility management Platform and hardware selection  HTML5  Desktop web application should be usable on tablets  No offline functionality requirements  Reuse potential between desktop and tablet  Should work on all mobile platforms Session title Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat Non -confidential 15
  • 14. Facility Management Technical architecture Guvnor Process Designer Form Management integration with IT infrastructure Session title Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat Non -confidential 16
  • 15. STILL FleetManager    Manage fleets of vehicles Capture status and operating data of vehicles ffff Define driving security protocols ffff ffff Session title Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat Non -confidential 17
  • 16. STILL Context of use warehouse, production plant Session title Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat Non -confidential 18
  • 17. STILL Platform and hardware selection  Native   Android   Better offline capabilities A lot of devices to choose from, including robust industry tablets Tablets, ~10”  Phone screen too small for defined service tasks Session title Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat Non -confidential 19
  • 18. STILL Technical architecture ffff ffff ffff Session title Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat Non -confidential 20
  • 19. Summary  Every mobile project is different   From context analysis to delivery Different contexts and customer requirements must be met  with a fitting hardware/platform choice and related know-how  suitable UI concepts and design, respecting screen size and platform  technical architectures that integrate into the customer’s infrastructure Session title Mobile Enterprise Applications with Red Hat Non -confidential 21
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