You should be using EMS

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EMS_Icon_Slightly_SmallerWould it be valuable to have an easy to deploy middleware server that hosts loadable custom API and data access modules? What if it was fully turnkey? How about if it was based on open and standard technologies, including REST HTTP calls and JSON data formats, and provided major SQL database drivers along with an encrypted embedded and server SQL database?

If you answered yes to any of these, then you may want to start using Embarcadero’s Enterprise Mobility Services or EMS. 

With its user management, authentication, API analytics, and push notification support for Android and iOS, Enterprise Mobility Services is ideal for enabling secure access from mobile apps to Enterprise Databases. EMS is a middleware solution that is stateless, restful, scalable, and secure.

Unlike a custom server built from the ground up, Enterprise Mobility Services offers a solution and an infrastructure that is ready to go, significantly reducing development and configuration time. The server provides support for user and group management with authentication. EMS is self-hosted either on premises or in a private cloud in the safest place for an Enterprise, behind the firewall. On-premises hosting delivers direct access to your company databases and the full protection of your company firewall, while custom private cloud hosting would offer you scalability and more bandwidth utility.

In short, EMS is a complete solution that allows you to easily manage custom APIs exposed through standard REST/JSON interfaces.

Buy NowEmbarcadero Technologies is now offering smaller packages of EMS. Purchase as few as 10 deployment licenses with maintenance. Go ahead test it. Deploy it. See what Enterprise Mobility Services can do for you.

Get it now.

 



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