How Microclimate helps developers with an end-to-end development experience

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Microclimate end-to-end developmentEnterprises today are doing one of two things: undergoing some form of digital transformation, or falling behind.

Whether it’s making use of new technologies, adopting new processes, using new tools or investing in cloud platforms, companies are looking for ways to quickly deliver innovation to the market and separate themselves from the herd.

Disruption is the new norm. Enterprises must act with a sense of urgency to retain customer loyalty and attention. Those that can rapidly bring new value and capabilities to their customers present a view of vitality and relevance. Those that can’t appear stale. As such, enterprises need technology that will help them accelerate their digital transformation goals. Microclimate does that.

Microclimate enhances developer productivity

Microclimate is a new end-to-end development platform that enables organizations to quickly develop, build, test and deploy microservices within an environment that reflects production. It improves the velocity of development teams, and reduces time to innovate and deliver business value. It integrates key development and operations tools with the new emerging industry adopted technologies and platforms.

Increase speed to market. Microclimate supports the development of applications based on the microservices architecture. It helps developers generate cloud-native applications using Java, Node or Swift. With integrated tools and services across the development process, developers can build apps on the platform using the tools and services with which they’re already accustomed to working. With speed as important as ever, organizations will be able to get their apps into the market faster.

Improve developer productivity. To stay competitive in this complex cloud world, companies must modernize their existing applications so they can capitalize on the benefits derived from a public, private or hybrid cloud platform, enabling them to easily deploy and manage them. With Microclimate, users can easily import their existing apps, then modernize and deploy them to their cloud of choice. It can greatly improve developer productivity.

Streamline app development. Time is of the essence, and Microclimate pulls together services and tools that can streamline the process of developing and deploying applications. It gives developers time to work on development instead of figure out how they will get their newly written microservice to run in the cloud.

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We’ve heard from clients across industries that developers want to spend more time writing code and less time trying to cobble together all the services needed to create great apps. Microclimate provides an environment that streamlines development processes to help organizations focus on the new values and services they can bring to the market as part of their digital transformation.

To learn more, join the webcast on 26 April from 11 AM to 12 PM Eastern Daylight Time.

Robert Taniwa, Developer Experience Senior Manager

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