Entando 6.3 comes with new updates to simplify the development and operations of applications built on OpenShift. In addition to OpenShift being Entando’s primary test platform and out-of-the-box support for OpenShift’s security and routing, we’ve also added quickstart templates to make it easy to get started with Entando on OpenShift environments.
Entando works on all major public cloud Kubernetes implementations including Amazon EKS, Azure AKS, and Google GKE. And with this release, we’ve also added an option to utilize Redis as a caching layer to support horizontal scaling and the high availability of Entando’s App Engine.
Users can extract all assets from an Entando application and migrate an exact copy of that application to another environment. Uses:
Entando 6.3 comes with a powerful new CLI tool with significant improvements for developer productivity including local environment setup, export/import, helper utilities, and diagnostics. Simplify and speed up development with 1-line commands to:
Improved security, performance, caching, identity management, storage, and database, and domain enhancements:
3. Identity Management
We’ve also improved the user experience for:
When release cycles take months instead of weeks, your business is left unable to deliver modern online experiences. Development and deployment bottlenecks slow your ability to make application updates, keeping you from iterating and innovating. And outdated or clunky UX keeps you from winning customers over and retaining them.
So that’s why we created a platform to help you get your ideas to market faster.
Entando is the leading micro frontend platform for building enterprise web apps on Kubernetes. We want to change the way enterprises think about building their apps, sites, and portals in order to innovate more quickly.
With Entando, you can:
Entando is open source with available enterprise support and services. Begin developing on the platform today, and get a quote to see how our team can help your enterprise build better apps, sites, and portals--faster.
This white paper outlines how your organization can accelerate UX innovation by developing with micro frontends on Kubernetes, as well as how a micro frontend platform can help you execute this methodology more effectively.