JFrog announced that its DevOps Platform tools – JFrog Artifactory and JFrog Xray – are available with native deployment templates for customers using AWS GovCloud (US) and Azure Government clouds.
Internal announced the launch of an enterprise-ready app development platform for internal tools.
In addition, Internal reported it has achieved AICPA SOC 2 Type II compliance for its SaaS offering, showing continued investment in security best practices.
The enterprise-ready platform, offering a no-code app builder, advanced data access controls, on-premises hosting option, and new developer tools, gives larger organizations and those with complex business needs the ability to open up internal app development to more teams within the organization - including customer support, operations and product management. This frees up valuable developer time to focus on driving innovation, empowers non-coders to build what they need themselves, and accelerates the entire organization.
“Internal is committed to building a powerful platform for internal applications that makes most of the development process self-service for non-coders, even when they’re building on top of their company’s databases and APIs,” said Arisa Amano, Co-Founder and CEO. “Non-coders can do 70~100% of the development with the new no-code app builder while coders can take apps the rest of the way there with Internal’s new developer tools. This opens up tremendous opportunities to build more apps, faster, that precisely fit the needs of the business.”
Internal’s no-code approach makes it easy for non-developers to build powerful internal apps on top of existing databases, APIs, and business applications—but is flexible enough to meet the security, customization, and extensibility requirements of engineering and IT teams. New features such as the new no-code app builder interface provide an intuitive drag-and-drop experience, flexible layout, and easy-to-use configuration panel for building complex apps —without writing a single line of code or SQL.
Internal allows you to manage permissions centrally—versus permissions for every app. This makes it far easier to control and monitor who has access to data. Additionally, Internal’s new permissioned data flows give the manager control over application inputs and outputs, ensuring each user only has access to the data they need to do their jobs.
Customizability and extensibility are key requirements that must be met before many organizations can switch to low-code/no-code platforms. Organizations will need to build a variety of tools to fit their unique business requirements, and these tools often need to plug into the company’s existing data, APIs and business logic.