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Any Mobile App Deployment

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Blue Cedar provides out-of-the-box workflows to address common mobile app deployment challenges. Use them to get apps to users faster.

Workflows

No-Code Integration

Adding Controls to Mobile Apps is Difficult

Adding controls to a mobile app is not easy. The apps’ source code may not be available, which is a common issue with third-party ISV apps. Mobile app developers may be unavailable to write code to integrate the SDKs and libraries that enable the additional controls. Or the app and the SDKs may use incompatible development frameworks.

The no-code integration workflow included with a Blue Cedar adds controls to mobile apps without requiring developers, source code access or compatibility between the development frameworks used by the app and the SDKs and libraries being integrated.

The example below is for conceptual purposes only.

No-Code Integration
Apps for Multiple UEMs

Supporting Multiple UEMs is Challenging

Having multiple unified endpoint management (UEM) solutions are not uncommon: an acquired company uses another UEM, or transitioning to a new UEM requires running both for a period of time. Supporting multiple UEMs is challenging. Developers need to integrate multiple mobile application management (MAM) SDKs into apps. App distribution is also more complex, requiring publishing apps to multiple enterprise mobility management (EMM) catalogs and public app stores.

The apps for multiple UEMs workflow performs post-build adaptations to produce multiple app variants, each of which is compatible with a different UEM. Blue Cedar’s no-code integration service is combined with app import, scanning, signing, and distribution into a multi-branched deployment workflow. Custom coding isn’t needed and security processes are preserved.

Apps for Multiple UEMs

Distributing Mobile Apps is Complex

Blue Cedar’s no-code integration workflow makes it simple to add controls to mobile apps without requiring developers, source code access, or compatibility between the development frameworks used by the app, the SDKs, and libraries being integrated.

The example below is for conceptual purposes only. It does not reflect the only 3rd party platforms supported.

App Distribution
  • Adding Controls to Mobile Apps is Difficult

    Adding new controls to an already developed mobile app is difficult for many reasons. No source code access for third-party apps. Unavailability of developers to integrate the required SDKs. Incompatibility of an SDK with your app development framework. Adding controls outside of development disrupts security processes.

    The no-code workflow applies to apps post-build, adding controls without requiring source code, developers, or compatibility between the SDK and app framework. App import, scanning, and distribution are combined with Blue Cedar’s no-code integration service into a deployment workflow that preserves security processes.

    No-Code Integration
  • Supporting Multiple UEMs is Challenging

    Having multiple unified endpoint management (UEM) solutions is not uncommon: an acquired company uses another UEM, or transitioning to a new UEM requires running both for a period of time. Supporting multiple UEMs is challenging. Developers need to integrate multiple mobile application management (MAM) SDKs into apps. App distribution is also more complex, requiring publishing apps to multiple enterprise mobility management (EMM) catalogs and public app stores.

    The apps for multiple UEMs workflow performs post-build adaptations to produce multiple app variants, each of which is compatible with a different UEM. Blue Cedar’s no-code integration service is combined with app import, scanning, signing, and distribution into a multi-branched deployment workflow. Custom coding isn’t needed and security processes are preserved.

    Apps for Multiple UEMs
  • Distributing Mobile Apps is Complex

    Distributing apps is more complex than it appears. An app will be pushed to multiple app stores and enterprise app catalogs. App store entries require language customizations and image assets to support local app stores in different geographies. Multiple code signing processes must be executed. Each distribution channel has unique publishing requirements.

    The app distribution workflow takes the complexity out of app distribution. App import, signing and distribution services are combined into a deployment workflow with multiple branches that publishes the app to different distribution channels. Easily customizable, the workflow can be changed to distribute only through app stores and catalogs that matter to you.

    App Distribution