First Berlin Low-Code Day

BERLIN 24.10.2019 – FIRST BERLIN LOW-CODE DAY

15.10.2019 – Dr. Eckhard Herdt

APPOLLO DIGITAL INNOVATION PLATFORM – JUST DIGITALIZE – POWERED BY CAMUNDA! 

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On 24.10.2019 at 9:00 am is the starting signal for the first Berlin Low-Code Day. As a central conference it will highlight all important aspects of Low Code and No-Code. The event will take place at the Spielfeld Digital Hub in Berlin-Kreuzberg and is organized by the ICT industry association SIBB e.V. (Forum Digital Platforms & Technologies). Experienced experts as speakers and renowned providers of low-code platforms will provide a comprehensive overview during the event. It is therefore particularly recommended for decision makers from IT and management.

APPOLLO DIGITAL INNOVATION PLATFORM

 

ABSTRACT OF OUR WORKSHOP

HIGH SPEED FOR DIGITALIZATION – GET INTO THE FAST LANE

Using examples from finance, industry and medicine, we show how you can accelerate the digitalization of your company on a common platform with all people involved. With more than 20 model types, the Appollo platform enables a comprehensive company analysis and covers the complete application lifecycle, from analysis to monitoring.

In a live demo, we develop within minutes a new APP including Process Automation using Low-Code, Templates and Generators through which the audience can register directly. As process engine the Camunda Community or optionally Camunda Enterprise Edition is transparently integrated. 

The keynote speech by John Rymer, Vice President and Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, is eagerly awaited. He introduced the term Low-Code Development Platform in 2014 and is considered a market expert. For more than 20 years, he has also been a technology expert and advises leading companies in the areas of application development & delivery, product selection and software strategy. John Rymer is regarded as an authority when it comes to strategies of leading vendors.

 

 

 

We create the APP via ALEXA Commands. ALEXA communicates with the integrated Robotic Process Automation (RPA), which then performs the modeling on the Appollo platform. The RPA platform used in this example is UIPath verwendet.

While the application is used, a problem is simulated. The issue is created by the user at the current user page and directly assigned to the model element via the integrated Issue Management. We modify this UI page within seconds via No-Code and replace it on-the-fly.

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