Multiplatform, the key to innovation

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Multiplatform, the key to innovation

Expanding the possibilities to access is a way to strengthen the ecosystem of applications. SAP, the German multinational of which we are Gold Partners, started this strategy and formed alliances with two technology giants: Google and Apple.

During the Google Cloud Next conference, which was held in San Francisco, the first agreement was announced. Companies have established that the SAP HANA SE database and programming tools will be able to run on the Google Cloud Platform.

“This pooling of resources will reduce entry barriers with developers who are familiar with Google’s infrastructure and its cloud services,” Enterprise Applications Consulting analyst Joshua Greenbaum told Reuters.

But the basis of the multiplatform is to be available in more than one environment, so the novelty could not stay there. SAP also made a commitment to Apple in order to cement a new generation of iOS business developers.

“This pooling of resources will reduce the entry barriers with developers who are familiar with Google’s infrastructure and its cloud services”, Enterprise Applications Consulting analyst Joshua Greenbaum told Reuters.

But the basis of the multiplatform is to be available in more than one environment, so the advantages cannot stop there. SAP also made a commitment to Apple in order to cement a new generation of iOS business developers.

To do so, it will launch a series of software tools that will make it easier to access SAP data from applications on an iPhone or iPad. Starting developing on 2016 it will see the light next the 30 of March.

These measures will have pleasant consequences. Adding professionals from different environments, stimulate the encounter between different solutions and encourage the creation of new tools.

In Inclusion we are well known for promoting digital transformation and providing disruptive solutions, which is why we celebrate these alliances. In our innovation laboratory, HCP Showroom, we work with the latest trends and drive developments in Internet of Things(IoT), Cloud Computing and Mobility.

An example of this is Wind Farm Monitor, a web application capable of monitoring in Real Time and remotely the transformers of a wind farm. In addition to providing data storage, it offers functions such as early detection of faults or inconveniences, facilitating the issuance of maintenance orders, provision of algorithms to calculate power generation, among others.

To know other developments and their advantages you can write us to info@inclusion.cloud

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