"We at Joget are continuously focused on enabling our customers for speed to market with their digital transformation initiatives. Aligning our low-code open source platform with cloud native technologies like Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat Marketplace for hybrid cloud provides tremendous capabilities for our customers to supercharge their digitization and transformation initiatives," said Raveesh Dewan, Chief Executive Officer at Joget, Inc.
"We documented quite concretely and specifically that the firms that had low code already are the ones that were able to meet the crisis head on," said John Bratincevic. According to the examples shown, a COVID volunteer app was developed in 24 hours while an employee-tracking app was built over a weekend. Low-code accelerates the application development cycle by up to 10 times faster than traditional coding and empowers non-coders to create enterprise applications without the need to code.
From the IT view shown by Lauren, 40% of IT teams are expected to support container/Kubernetes for new or existing projects in 2021.
"24% of developers regularly use containers on public clouds. It does go to show how common container usage is among developers. When IT gets involved, it is more around supporting container adoption for either their projects or projects that their developers are running. It shows the next level of maturity within container strategies. Today, 30% of IT professionals report that they support container adoption, showing that containers are quickly entering the next stages of maturity," said Lauren Nelson during the live session.
Cloud native technology is being regarded as the future of enterprise IT as it helps to accelerate and automate the application development journey. Red Hat Marketplace has been launched to provide a simpler way to try, buy and manage certified enterprise software for cloud native environments, while Red Hat OpenShift is here to fulfil the infrastructure layer with an assured quality, enhanced security and additional developer features certified and supported by Red Hat.
Joget, Inc is the developer of the Joget open source no-code/low-code application platform. Joget empowers business users, non-coders or coders to create enterprise applications across industries and countries. With more than 200,000 downloads, 2,000 installations and 10,000 community users worldwide across various industries (including finance, manufacturing, IT, and more), Joget is a proven platform for a wide spectrum of organizations ranging from Fortune 500 companies to government agencies and small businesses.
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