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Security in Low-Code Applications: Cybersecurity Features and Best Practices for the Joget Open Source Platform

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Introduction to Security Benefits and Risks in Low-Code Platforms As digitalization becomes increasingly prevalent, low-code platforms are rapidly gaining adoption across industries. Employing visual techniques to programming, they enable the development and delivery of applications in a fraction of the time required by traditional coding. According to Forrester’s Now Tech: General-Purpose Low-Code Development Platforms, Q1 2021 , low-code platforms are “vital to digital business” and “proven in even the most mission-critical use cases”. However, the proliferation of apps and digital solutions bring with it increased cybersecurity risks like phishing attempts and ransomware attacks. As the SolarWinds hack in 2020 and Microsoft Exchange hack in 2021 demonstrated, the cost of security lapses can be monumental. Security considerations are therefore paramount, so how would they apply to low-code platforms? Source:  Don’t Ignore Security In Low-Code Development, Forrester Research Inc, 23

Single Sign-On (SSO) Capabilities In Joget: OpenID Connect, SAML, Kerberos and More

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As a leading open source low-code application platform, Joget supports the most popular single sign-on (SSO) authentication standards such as OpenID Connect, SAML and Kerberos. This article is a brief introduction to SSO, its benefits and how it works. What Is Single Sign-on (SSO)? Single sign-on (SSO) is the ability for users to access multiple applications or systems by using a single login. Just like how Facebook, Google or Apple accounts are increasingly used to access many different consumer services, SSO in an enterprise environment is becoming a critical requirement. Why Is SSO Important? Reason #1 Security and Compliance Increased digitalization and workflow process automation mean that organizations face a proliferation of new applications. The more apps and credentials there are, the higher the risk of security threats, phishing attempts and ransomware attacks. SSO reduces these security risks and helps with regulatory compliance around authentication and data access. Reason

Composable Business Applications Using Joget - Low Code

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This is a guest post by Anshul Saxena. He is currently working with Mokxa Technologies as a Program Manager with more than 15 years of experience in various domains that include Finance, Banking and Healthcare. He has worked with many Fortune 500 companies across the United States providing innovative digital assets and customer-centric solutions. He is actively contributing in digital transformations, delivering state-of-the-art IT solutions & helping customers in their rapid growth through the adoption of composable architecture. 

Joget Recognized In Now Tech Q1 2021 Analyst Report As A Low-Code Development Platform For Business Developers

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“I want to digitize everything in my business processes and turn my app ideas into reality.” The Joget team is pleased to announce that the Joget no-code/low-code platform has been named in the Forrester Now Tech: General-Purpose Low-Code Development Platforms, Q1 2021  analyst report as a low-code development platform for business developers to empower digital workforces.   As the COVID-19 pandemic disrupts both the social and economic environment, organizations value the speed of application delivery more than ever before to meet the increased market demands and achieve a higher customer satisfaction rate.  Source: Joget webinar featuring Forrester’s Lauren Nelson and John Bratincevic -  Accelerated Application Development with Low-Code and Cloud Native Platforms: Are You Ready for the New Normal? Why Low-Code Platforms Instead of Traditional Software Development? As stated in one of the key takeaways from the Forrester Now Tech Report, the volume of enterprise applications require

Accelerated Application Development with Low-Code and Cloud Native Platforms: Are You Ready for the New Normal?

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“I want to create applications rapidly and innovate from ideation to reality.” As the COVID-19 pandemic forces many of us to work remotely from home, digitization has become increasingly important especially when we are not able to access paper documents in the office. One of the major problems would be the traditional businesses struggling to retain their loyal customers due to reasons such as insufficient workforce, tight deadlines and inadequate budget.  Every single business has been forced to change in ways they are operating and how they are interfacing with their customers. Traditional ways have been challenged in the new normal and so is application delivery with the speed and cost it has to be delivered. The Forrester report, The State Of Low-Code Platform Adoption, 2018 shows how low code platforms can address some of the traditional challenges with application development and delivery: Key issues in traditional application development In many industries, businesses often nee

Joget Marketplace 2.0: A Valuable Resource for Non-Coders, Low-Coders and Pro-Coders

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“Is there a ready-made application template for me to download and customize according to my business needs? If possible, I want to use it as it is too!” The Joget team is pleased to announce that we have officially rolled out a freshly redesigned Joget Marketplace , which would definitely boost your user experience with its cleaner, brighter and simpler feel.  The Joget Marketplace 2.0 enables customers , partners and third-party innovators to easily leverage new applications, plugins and solutions to address their digital transformation needs. It equips organizations with its wide range of product availability, ranging from  healthcare apps for contact tracing to workflow management apps for a remote workforce, where businesses are able to extensively scale down application development time and optimize their resources to cater to the increased market demands and resolve customer problems.  As a bonus, all apps and plugins in the Joget Marketplace are made available for immediate

Announcing the Launch of Tech for Humanity Program: Leading the Community in Their Digital Journey

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“I would like to help the charity organizations to solve their complex challenges by making use of innovation and today’s technology.” Is this what you have on your mind? Or are you a non-profit organization that is looking for an open source platform to begin your innovation journey? Leading the community in their digital journey Although Covid-19 has been affecting the way we live and placing us in an unprecedented situation, it has made us realize the importance of a human centric approach. Additionally, it has made us aware of how we can create out-of-the-box solutions to resolve complex challenges by combining human imagination, creativity and resourcefulness with the right technology. As such, the Joget team is delighted to announce the launch of our Tech for Humanity program, aiming to help and support charity/non-profit organizations to leverage the Joget low-code platform to build and customize their own enterprise applications.  See how other charity/non-profit organizations

Cloud Native and Low Code. Are You Ready for the Future of Enterprise IT?

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A Brief Introduction to Kubernetes, OpenShift, Red Hat Marketplace and Joget DX TLDR : Cloud native technologies like containers and Kubernetes are the future of enterprise IT, and Red Hat Marketplace has been launched to provide a simpler way to try, buy and manage certified enterprise software for cloud native environments. Joget is proud to be a launch partner of Red Hat Marketplace, and this article introduces the Joget DX low code application platform on Red Hat Marketplace for rapid no-code / low-code application development. Containers and Kubernetes as the Future of Enterprise IT Much has been written about cloud-native technologies like containers and container orchestration as the future of enterprise IT, with Kubernetes (abbreviated as K8s) as the de facto standard. Gartner predicts that by 2022, more than 75% of global organizations will be running containerized applications in production, up from less than 30% today.  If you are not familiar with Kubernetes, read about