Gartner 2017 Magic Quadrant for High Productivity Application Platform as a Service
Mendix a Leader in hpaPaaS, with the furthest overall position for completeness of vision
High-productivity application PaaS (hpaPaaS) supports a no-code or low-code graphical, model-driven development model that enables professional and nonprofessional developers to rapidly build and deploy cloud-native applications. According to Gartner, by 2020, at least 50 percent of all new business applications will be created with high-productivity toolsets.1
Despite the potential, not all hpaPaaS offerings are equal, especially when it comes to enterprises looking to make strategic platform commitments. Download the Gartner 2017 Magic Quadrant to gain a deeper understanding of this fast-growing market and which vendors to evaluate based on your organization’s needs.
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The difference between high-productivity and high-control platforms, and how many of the capabilities can coexist in a single platform.
How hpaPaaS vendors are responding to leading-edge customer demands, like IoT, analytics and offline mobile computing.
Why Mendix was named a Leader in hpaPaaS with the furthest overall position for completeness of vision.
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1Gartner, Inc., “Market Guide for Application Platforms,” November 23, 2016, Anne Thomas and Aashish Gupta