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What comes after development? Simplified deployment for HPE NonStop applications
Have you been following posts to the HPE Community Blog? Have you been keeping up with the storyline on the HPE NonStop modernization of application development journey?
If you missed this post to LinkedIn then it is something that as a member of the NonStop Community you might want to make sure you read. There are numerous reports of how NonStop, deeply entrenched within an enterprise supporting mission critical applications is assumed by senior IT professionals to be so special, almost legacy, that its relevance to the execution of enterprise business plans is negligible. Nothing could be further from the truth and this has been the theme of numerous posts by the HPE NonStop team of late and is a reminder that information such as is provided in these posts needs to be shared with all in IT.
In part 2 of their blog series, Sridhar Neelakantan, Product Manager for HPE NonStop follows on from an earlier post by Vikas Kapoor, Marketing Manager for HPE Mission Critical Systems, to address how easy it is to deploy applications using the HPE NonStop software stack.
In part 1 published earlier, the focus was clearly on the modernization of the development environment. This is focused on modernization of development that has been undertaken by the NonStop team to ensure that any member of an enterprise programming team can develop for NonStop without the need for special skills – use what you are familiar with in support of any other platform.
I have to believe many of us know much of what makes NonStop modern. I also believe we know of the presence of languages, tools and utilities and access to open source that make migrations a breeze, but in this post by Vikas Kapoor, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, HPC, AI & Labs to the HPE Community blog, he lays it all out there for developers.
What I now want to believe is that this message is making into everyday discussions within enterprises worldwide. Is this something NonStop users are proactively recommending?
To read the post in full, simply follow this link –