Getting Started using RAD Studio 10.2 Tokyo RAD Server Multi-Tenancy Support

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Embarcadero has many resources on RAD Studio 10.2 RAD Server and the new Multi-Tenancy Support. 




This post highlights a few of the additional resources for RAD Server Multi-Tenancy Support. 

  • RAD Server Getting Started Guide - The Getting Started Guide covers;

    How does RAD Server compare to DataSnap?, What technologies does RAD Server include?, How to easily create REST API Endpoint, and how to publish and management the REST endpoints, plus also covers IoT Enterprise Access Points, and using Beacon Fence for Indoor and Outdoor Location/Proximity Solutions, and the Smart Device IoT Connectivity Framework, and also discusses How is RAD Server licensed, plus has links for additional RAD Server Sample applications.

  • RAD Server EMS Deployment options - After you have developed your RAD Server Enterprise Mobility Services (EMS) applications you will want to deploy them in a production environment.  The information on this link gives you options on how to deploy your RAD Server EMS server applications for scalability and security.


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Al Mannarino has 25+ years of software development experience, including object-oriented analysis and design (OOAD) and developing and deploying production applications. He is currently a Principal Software Consultant and Evangelist for Embarcadero Technologies. Prior to joining Embarcadero, Al spent three years working with CodeGear, a division of Borland that was acquired by Embarcadero in 2008. He also worked for five years as a lead systems engineer for Borland supporting application lifecycle management, software delivery optimization and developer tools solutions. Prior to Borland, Al served as a systems engineer for companies including Objectivity, Versant, Red Brick Systems, Information Builders, and was an electrical engineer for Grumman Aerospace performing application implementations on complex electrical-mechanical systems. Al has a bachelor's of science degree in electrical engineering from Manhattan College.


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