The Framehawk Mobile Application Platform
The core services of the Framehawk Platform reside either in your secure data center, alongside your Web and application services, or in a Framehawk-centric cloud service. All new and existing Microsoft Windows and Web-based clients (e.g. browsers) that would otherwise be used to access enterprise applications from desktops and laptops run here on virtualized infrastructure as well. This is because in the Framehawk architecture nearly all of the normal “client” components of a client/server application architecture are moved off the client device and into the data center. This strategy reduces mobile client development effort, shifts heavy-lifting processing off the mobile device and onto data center resources, and enables tight control over sensitive enterprise data.
The Framehawk Mobile Application Platform has three main run-time components:
The platform also includes a software developer kit (SDK) for building the native mobile client:
The Framehawk Server Platform
The Framehawk Server Platform enables mobile client apps to interact with data center-based resources. Available for all major hypervisors, this is a guest-based service that runs with back-end applications (no alterations needed) and handles security, mobile network quality of service, and the user interface components while also serving up required content. The Framehawk Server Platform integrates seamlessly with standard enterprise infrastructure including reverse proxies, directory services (Active Directory and LDAP), and firewalls to allow secure transmission of the Framehawk Lightweight Framebuffer Protocol.
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