Joget Workflow: Open Source and Open Standards
Blog: Joget Unplugged
As a no-code / low-code platform to rapidly develop web applications, one of the key principles of Joget Workflow is openness. The team at Joget believes openness is a very important trait for software, and the following are our commitment to open source and open standards:
- Core platform is fully open source, available publicly on GitHub.
- Built on the Java Enterprise Edition (EE) standard, can be deployed on a variety of Java EE compatible application servers such as IBM Websphere Liberty, Oracle Weblogic, Red Hat JBoss, Apache Tomcat, etc.
- Supports any Java supported operating system e.g. Microsoft Windows, Linux (Ubuntu, Red Hat, SUSE, etc), Unix, etc.
- Underlying database is vendor independent and can run on a variety of SQL standard databases e.g. MySQL, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL, etc
- Can be deployed in different environments as required e.g. on-premise server, private cloud, public cloud (Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, etc), Cloud Foundry, Docker and OpenShift.
- Supports web standards HTML5, CSS3 and a variety of modern web browsers e.g. Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, MS Edge, MS IE.
- Supports open authentication and directory standards such as LDAP, SAML and Kerberos.
- Plugin architecture allows for extension of the platform to support any open standards.
- Platform code security scanned using Fortify for compliance with security standards such as FISMA, PCI 3.2 and DISA STIG 3.9.
These have been a focus since the very first release up until the latest Joget Workflow v6. To get started with Joget Workflow, check out the video tutorials, knowledge base, or Joget Academy courses.