BMC Innovation Suite for Developers Reaches General Availability

BMC, digital enterprise solution provider, announced its new Innovation Suite for Developers today. The Suite; which includes APIs, SDKs, and other features that enable developers to create and integrate with third party apps; was designed to enable developers to build enterprise apps. Now available on Amazon Web Services, BMC looks to take advantage of the dramatic increase in cloud and digital offerings.

"Innovation can no longer only be driven by IT," BMC President of Digital Service Management, Nayaki Nayyar, said in a press release. "The priorities of digital business require that BMC empowers faster innovation across organizations, so we are raising our commitment to developers and building an ecosystem where we support 'no-code, low-code and pro-coder' developer-environment capabilities."

The new offering was built specifically for developers and freelancers. By supporting modern coding languages and design tools, the Innovation Suite hopes to accomplish what Nayyar described. When BMC showcased the Suite at its recent BMC Engage conference, a number of apps from the BMC developer team, Capgemini, and Fusion put the features and functionality on display.

BMC has developed a Learning Lab to help developers get started with the BMC Innovation Suite. BMC drills further down into the weeds with a video series on the various APIs. The videos cover the entire suite from the low-code environment to process and rules designers, and foundation libraries and process management options to branding/skinning of smart applications. Download the Innovation Suite SDK or check out the API docs to learn more. David Berlind, ProgrammableWeb Editor in Chief, has some concerns after reviewing BMC's documentation:

To get started register here.

Eric Carter Eric the founder of Dartsand and Corporate Counsel for a specialty technology distributor. He is a frequent contributor to technology media outlets and also serves as primary legal counsel for multiple startups in the Real Estate, Virtual Assistant, and Software Development Industries. Follow me on Google+

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