New York City Workshop Videos

The Apps Alliance hosted its first Enterprise Development Workshop in New York City, welcoming 70 attendees to explore the future of the digital enterprise. The workshop featured speakers from companies including Intel, American Express, Ericsson, Applico, Blackberry, Xerox and more to explore market trends and cutting-edge solutions for enterprise development. 

Watch workshop sessions below including:

Keynote: Tilak Joshi, VP of Product, AMEX

Keynote: Tilak Joshi, VP of Product, AMEX

Market Insights: Challenges and Opportunities in the Enterprise Landscape
Tilak Joshi shares his 3 pillars of successful product development based on his experiences working at a startup, NASA, PayPal and now AMEX: Have a great team, a technology appetite, and agile processes. Companies, large and small, have opportunities and challenges based on their resources, market position, and internal processes. But by giving every opportunity the benefit of the doubt, you will build great products. 

Introducing Software-Defined Infrastructure
With the introduction of Intel® Rack Scale Architecture and related management systems, Software-Defined Infrastructure is about to be realized. Using this technology enables accelerated service delivery through a software-composable system delivering greater performance and increased utilization of compute, storage and network resources. In this presentation industry experts take an in-depth look at software-defined infrastructure, and explore how developers can immediately leverage the cutting-edge developer tools.

Modern Code: Multi-Level Parallelism
In this session, Intel and Colfax introduce techniques for writing optimized code targeted to current and future generation multi and many core processors. Watch this video to explore parallel programming models and optimization methods including:

- Expressing automatic vectorization and thread parallelism;
- Optimization of memory models;
- Programming approaches for portable, future-proof optimization.

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Data Security & Privacy: Managing Mobile Risks to Stay Ahead of Your Competition
Security is only as good as your weakest link. Every mobile device and application is a potential entry point for external hackers and their malware. It’s critical for app developers to keep their data secure and help their business measure acceptable risk vs productivity. In this panel discussion we share tactics for planning and building a bullet-proof security architecture for Enterprises.

Beyond Uber: How the Platform Business Model Connects the World
What do Airbnb, Alibaba, and Uber all have in common (besides multibillion-dollar valuations)? None of these companies directly create the value that their users consume. They all operate with a different business model: the platform. This talk explains the platform business model and how it works. It also looks at why this phenomenon is much bigger than consumer ecommerce and is starting to disrupt more traditional enterprise markets, including everything from enterprise software and CRM systems to healthcare and finance.

Building on a Secure Platform Opens New Opportunities to Address Multi-Platform Challenges
This session takes an in depth look at how enterprise mobile management platforms address the challenges developers face in today’s corporate mobile climate. Learn how Enterprise developers can build mobile apps on a secure platform that supports many different devices from multiple OEMs with varying OSs.

Today's Developer: Key Findings from Apps Alliance's Global Developer Survey
The Apps Alliance recently published the first annual Developer Insights Report: A Global Survey of Today's Developer to uncover a valuable analysis of the changing nature of the software development industry, and what developers are working on, working with, and what they need to succeed. Watch this session to uncover key insights into the current development ecosystem and more specifically, the enterprise landscape.

Exclusive Hands-on Workshop with Intel® Rack Scale Architecture APIs
Today we work with management and control of data center infrastructure like servers and switches, but we are moving toward pooled resource management instead. In this hands-on workshop participants had a chance to get early experience with what it will means to work in a software-defined infrastructure (SDI) environment.  In this hands-on workshop we explore new REST APIs to work with examples that provide a glimpse of this future and what SDI will mean for data center management.

If your company doesn’t understand that technology is going to change, then you are going to fall behind - very quickly.
— Tilak Joshi, VP of Product, American Express

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