OutSystems Announces Low-Code Platform Solution for Microsoft Azure Marketplace
July 11, 2018

OutSystems announced a new solution template for OutSystems in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace.

This new template makes it easier to combine the speed of OutSystems low-code rapid application development with the resilience, advanced services, and global scale of Microsoft Azure, thus allowing organizations to easily build digital solution factories to accelerate their digital transformation and drive innovation.

The OutSystems Low-Code Platform Solution Template for Microsoft Azure Marketplace extends the range of business and technical benefits organizations have enjoyed building on OutSystems and deploying to the Azure environment.

The streamlined solution tightens the links between the two environments, providing direct integration with Azure Active Directory and Azure SQL Database for enhanced security and performance. It also speeds up the deployment and set-up of OutSystems on top of Azure, enables integration with many advanced Azure services, and boosts reliability by offering auto-scaling of the OutSystems platform. OutSystems accelerates the application delivery speed by a factor of 5-10X, and Azure provides a robust foundation for those applications.

Bob Wilson, VP, Global Channel Sales and Alliances at OutSystems, said: "To drive digital transformation, customers need a cloud stack that can deliver apps in an agile, efficient manner. This new solution template makes it easier than ever to build secure, scalable, enterprise-wide apps combining the speed of low-code development with the resilience and geographical reach of the Azure cloud."

Strengthening the OutSystems-Azure integration enables a host of business benefits, including offering quicker time to market for organizations delivering new business services running on Azure. Using the solution template, organizations can respond better to market changes and pursue low-cost, low-risk moves to deliver more innovation in the business.

Joint customers can also improve customer satisfaction through the delivery of higher-quality and better-performing apps and enhance innovation in application solutions leveraging Azure services.

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