Oracle Autonomous Mobile Cloud

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"Autonomous Mobile Cloud Enterprise"

What do you like best?

Oracle Mobile Cloud can easily be connected to backend services . It also supports development of native or hybrid apps which makes development much easier and faster .

What do you dislike?

More features in the area of security with respect to authentication and authorization must be added .

Recommendations to others considering the product

MCS provides capabilities for creating Mobile applications using Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF) which is quite helpful for development .

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Oracle MCS empowers us to concentrate on most important part, while doing Mobile Backend development: executing the required business logic, which conveys an incentive to our clients. Specialized subtle elements, similar to the cooperation with Push Notification Services from Apple or Google are disconnected through MCS

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"Oracle MCS is more than just a Mobile Backend as a Service solution"

What do you like best?

Oracle is more than just a Mobile Backend as a Service (MBaaS) solution. It is a complete eco-system for implementing mobile applications, covering typical standard features, like Notification Management, Offline Data Synchronization or Location-based Services.

In addition, MCS provides capabilities for creating Mobile applications using Oracle Mobile Application Framework (MAF). In addition, you can use Oracle Mobile Accelerator (MAX), which is a no-code development platform to create, test, and publish sophisticated cross-platform mobile apps.

Through connectors, MCS can easily be connected to backend services (REST, SOAP, ICS). These connectors make the usage of backend services in Custom APIs much easier since in the connector configuration, things like security can simply be declared without the need for writing any code for such things in your custom APIs.

What do you dislike?

it would be good to include further security mechanisms, e.g., allowing authentication via client certificates, which is currently not supported

Recommendations to others considering the product

Oracle MCS enables us to focus on most important part, when doing Mobile Backend development: implementing the needed business logic, which brings value to our customers. Technical details, like the interaction with Push Notification Services from Apple or Google are abstracted through MCS; we as developers just need to declare and configure things, but the "magic" is handled by the platform

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

When positioning Oracle MCS, our main focus is to implement non-existing Single-Purpose APIs needed by new Mobile apps and to apply basic security mechanisms (Authentication and Authorisation) to the exposed Mobile backends. In addition, we use MCS to depict more advanced Mobile Use cases like the implementation of location-aware services or the management of push notifications.

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Oracle Autonomous Mobile Cloud review by User in Construction
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"Oracle Cloud"

What do you like best?

The best thing is the ability to share large files without having to use a flash drive.

What do you dislike?

There is nothing that I disliked about the cloud.

What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Time management, saving more time being able to share files through the cloud.

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