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Joget Workflow: Open Source and Open Standards

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   As a no-code / low-code platform to rapidly develop web applications, one of the key principles of Joget Workflow is openness. The team at Joget believes openness is a very important trait for software, and the following are our commitment to open source and open standards: Core platform is fully open source, available publicly on GitHub .  Built on the Java Enterprise Edition (EE) standard, can be deployed on a variety of Java EE compatible application servers such as IBM Websphere Liberty, Oracle Weblogic, Red Hat JBoss, Apache Tomcat, etc.  Supports any Java supported operating system e.g. Microsoft Windows, Linux (Ubuntu, Red Hat, SUSE, etc), Unix, etc.  Underlying database is vendor independent and can run on a variety of SQL standard databases e.g. MySQL, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL, etc  Can be deployed in different environments as required e.g. on-premise server, private cloud, public cloud (Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure

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