IASA SE Florida: Mobilizing the Enterprise – Jesus Rodriguez – Enterprise Architect, Co-Founder Tellago, Microsoft Architect Adviser
Mobilizing the Enterprise: Introducing the Enterprise Mobile Backed As A Service Integrating enterprise mobile applications with corporate line of business systems and providing robust backend capabilities represent some of the major challenges in today’s enterprise mobility solutions. Looking for similar answers, the mobile consumer space has seen the emergence of backend as a service technologies as one of the main mechanisms for enabling backend capabilities in mobile applications. Can we apply a similar concept in the enterprise? This session introduces the concept of mobile backend as a service (MBaaS) as the fundamental enabler of the next generation enterprise mobile applications. The session will explore the fundamental components and services of a mBaaS platform that makes it an ideal option for enabling backend capabilities in enterprise mobile applications. Using real world examples, we will demonstrate how mBaaS represents an agile and extremely simple model to integrate mobile applications with your corporate systems.
My name is Jesus Rodriguez. I am a co-founder of Tellago (http://tellago.com/) and Tellago Studios(http://tellagostudios.com/). I started Tellago with Elizabeth Redding three years with the mission of revolutionizing the enterprise application development landscape. For three years, Tellago has delivered on its promised and has reported a 300% growth every year. Last year, we launched Tellago Studios, a software company focused on building innovative enterprise software that challenges the myth that “enterprise software sucks”. In addition to my work at Tellago and Tellago Studios, I serve as a advisor to various software companies including Microsoft and Oracle. I currently hold the Microsoft MVP and Oracle ACE awards. I am also a travel the world speaking at conferences and have authored over a hundred industry publications. So what else? For 8 years, I have been blogging about Microsoft technologies at http://weblogs.asp.net/gsusx/ . With the rapid growth of Tellago and Tellago Stud