Does Your Cloud Support A Mobile-First Strategy?


Smart companies know that going mobile involves more than just having an app. You need a mobile-first strategy that capitalizes on the changes in how people work, interact, and communicate as a result of mobile computing. Companies trying to build next-generation mobile applications on yesterday’s architecture and tools are setting themselves up for failure. Today’s rapid crossover to mobile devices as the primary means for computing challenges every assumption about how applications and services should be designed and delivered.

To operate in this brave new mobile-first world, companies need cutting-edge speed, scalability, and performance. Are you ready? Read on to discover the architectural considerations that can put developers and service providers at the forefront of the global mobile economy.


Publisher:Joyent Published:09/13/2012 Type:
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