Launching Mobile Container as a Service – mCaaS
We are excited to announce the launch of a mobile container as a service (mCaaS).
mCaaS evolved out of a deep understanding of customer’s need for mobility of internal as well as extended enterprise apps. DronaHQ mCaaS is a pre-built native app across iOS, Android, and Windows phones. The pre-built app comes with built-in:
- User On-boarding
- User Management
- Role Management
- Upgrade Management
- Micro App Management
- Content Management
- Messaging Centre
- Push Notification
- Single Sign-on
- Security Policies, and
DronaHQ Container can be extended by any web app deployed on the container and this makes creating any app on top of container super fast. The most critical layer of any app – engineering layer comes ready with DronaHQ mCaaS.
- Device side APIs to access device features like camera, GPS, offline storage, offline syncing with the server, and
- Platform APIs to offer SSO, push notification and user profiles
To know how DronaHQ’s mobile container streamlines, simplifies and accelerates mobile app development, check out our blog What is a Mobile Container app and why does it matter?
The container can be configured using a cloud-based console. Micro apps can be loaded on container Just in time for any specific user or group. The micro-app would run in the context of the container app and would inherit its security policies. With mCaaS, any app developer can leverage the container and focus only on building the UI/UX and business requirements, while it can bank on the container for the core engineering-led features. This also means faster turnaround time for getting your enterprise micro apps out. Apart from time and cost-saving, mCaaS brings standardization to the mobility aspect of any organisation.
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About Author: Divyesh Kharade, Co-Founder DronaHQ, on a quest to disrupt the Enterprise Mobility Space.