BlackBerry Development Platform Overview
The BlackBerry Development Platform, is an enterprise grade toolset which enables you to build secure, powerful and customized mobility solutions for almost every use case.
The platform augments the world class mobility capabilities of BlackBerry Dynamics for building secure apps, by adding tools for BlackBerry Unified Endpoint Manager (UEM), BlackBerry Workspaces, BlackBerry Enterprise Identity, BlackBerry 2FA, BBM Enterprise and BlackBerry Analytics.
This collection of tools offers opportunities for developers to expand their scope, focus on driving business value to organizations and to enhance the end user experience by developing feature-rich mobility solutions quickly and securely.
With BlackBerry, who pioneered the Enterprise Mobility Management space, you get a partner with a proven track record in security and a complete Enterprise Mobility product portfolio tailored for the enterprise and government customers.
Features of the BlackBerry Development Platform:
Complete enterprise development platform
The BlackBerry Development Platform provides you with the complete tool kit needed to create compelling enterprise solutions quickly and securely. These development tools span end to end from mobile devices to back-end servers and include secure app development, MBaaS services, user interfaces, secure messaging, content & digital rights management, identity management and two factor authentication.
Be enterprise ready out of the box
BlackBerry understands enterprise needs so as a developer you’ll be building your solutions with hardened enterprise grade components many of which have NIAP certifications. Furthermore, BlackBerry’s enterprise product portfolio leadership has been independently assessed by industry analysts including Gartner who has given BlackBerry Enterprise products Leader, Visionary and #1 in High Security Capabilities designations and Forrester who has given a Leader position. **
Accelerate development of your enterprise solution and maximize your resources
We understand that building the right mobility solution is important but so is building it quickly. Some way in which developers can expedite their development include:
- Create re-usable back-end services in the BlackBerry Enterprise Mobility Server (BEMS) and access them via your secure apps created using the BlackBerry SDK
- Leverage the BlackBerry UEM Integration SDK to quickly build a plug-in with a custom user interface, directory integration, group management and much more to view, analyze and configure your custom mobility solution
Build an enterprise solution without having EMM/MDM as a pre-requisite
Use the BlackBerry UEM Server and BlackBerry UEM Integration SDK to build custom solution (plug-in) to fit your needs and optionally add in BlackBerry EMM capabilities at a later time. This presents enormous possibilities for developers who no longer have to start building enterprise back-end servers from scratch. With BlackBerry UEM Integration SDK you get direct API access to the BlackBerry UEM Core and UI allowing you access to key enterprise capabilities as Active Directory Integration, Group Management, High Availability, a custom user interface and much more.
Furthermore, additional mobility capabilities can be added to the same BlackBerry UEM Server via another plug-in. These, out of the box capabilities, will significantly boost time to market, increase scalability and reliability and allow you to focus on creating unique mobility solutions versus underlying capabilities.
Join us and get started!
Be part of our growing community of businesses customers and partners who have already developed custom enterprise solutions, or discover through our marketplace secure feature-rich solutions with our full catalogue of apps ready to go.
** - Leader in Enterprise Mobility Management (Gartner Report: G00279887)
Leader in all six use cases for Critical Capabilities for High Security Mobility Management (Gartner Report: G00290746)
Visionary for WatchDox (Gartner Report: G00290239)
Forrester Wavefor Hybrid EFSS, 2016