Friday, 24 February 2017

Modernizing IBM Domino Applications with Sapho


At present, there exist a number of "tools" for modernizing IBM Domino Applications. Through the blog post  'IBM Connect 2017 #3: I’ve Seen The Future of Domino and it is Sapho', I found out that in addition to the existing tools also Sapho is available for the modernization of existing Domino applications.

Sapho’s deep integration with IBM Domino allows IT to build micro apps that interact with Domino databases and business logic. Domino databases contain a treasure trove of enterprise data and Domino agents encompass the business logic that drives numerous critical business functions.
With Sapho’s Domino integration, existing Domino applications can be extended so that an occasional user of an application can use micro apps on any device for functions such as approvals and lookups. Sapho micro app users get an upgraded user experience without IT having to invest in retooling the Domino application. In addition, Sapho’s integration with Domino offers the ability to detect interesting “events” — or system changes — in a Domino database and send push notifications or other alerts to users wherever they are.

Sapho can read and write data directly to Domino NSF (Notes Storage Facility) databases and views. In addition, Sapho’s proprietary ETN (Extract, Transform, prepare to Notify) technology can monitor Domino NSF databases for changes to documents and notify users of those changes on their preferred channel, such as a mobile device or a messenger client, including IBM Watson Workspace. For important information, Sapho can deliver a push notification to users as well.
Sapho micro apps use existing Domino logic when writing to a document and can even call Domino agents in order to invoke existing business logic.

Sapho can be the Future for Modernizing IBM Domino Applications which also means you can keep your data on Domino and also have the ability to run your Domino Applications in the browser or on a mobile device.
For more information: Modernizing IBM Domino with Sapho


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