Enterprise

Congratulations to today's RAD Studio webinar WINNER! Today I have been running with Stephen Ball from our UK office the webinar on Top reasons to upgrade to Enterprise version of RAD Studio 10 Seattle. The topics covered ranged from FireDAC database connectivity, through FireMonkey Multi-Device development, to building scalable, multitier Enterprise solutions with DataSnap. The last reason was the current Enterprise upgrade promotions, details of the promo here. The most active attendee asking the most interesting questions during and after the ...
Webinar replay: Learn how to Quickly Build and Deploy a complete REST/JSON based enterprise business application RAD Studio 10 Seattle webinar, "Learn how to Quickly Build and Deploy a complete REST/JSON based enterprise business application", will show you how to build and deploy a complete, multi-tier business application using Embarcadero RAD Studio 10 Seattle Enterprise Edition. You’ll learn how to build a multi-device desktop and mobile client application that integrates with custom endpoint business logic using Embarcadero’s Enterprise Mobility Services (EMS) and DataSnap enterprise architectures. E...
Deploying your EMS server applications for scalability and security Yesterday I wrote about some of the RAD Studio XE8 secure computing capabilities that are supported in the product features and technologies. Robert posted a comment asking whether the EMS Console app was secure as it was using HTTP for development and debugging. This is true.  I asked our EMS R&D team members. I was reminded that when you deploy your EMS server applications they run under Microsoft IIS using an included ISAPI.DLL that works with your EMS application package files. The ...
The Internet of Things Will (Finally) Impact Businesses in 2015 For the last few years, the Internet of Things (IoT) has been a catchphrase tossed about in the midst of overfunded Kickstarter projects, wifi-enabled thermostats, and network connected appliances. The Internet of Things is The Jetsons’ home come to life, where computing devices talk to each other and know what you want before you want it. It’s the scene in Minority Report where ads in the mall instantly change depending upon the preferences of the person walking by.

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