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The {{EnterpriseBrand}} is a database in the cloud that doubles as a PaaS (Platform as a Service). That means you get a database on steroids that includes a suite of pre-built application templates, so you can run, customize, and build enterprise apps "in the cloud"--applications that are driven by workflow processes and data policies, and that support collaboration. (And because the applications run in the cloud, you don't have to worry about scalability, backups, database administration, network administration, upgrades, or maintenance!)
The {{EnterpriseBrand}} is a database in the cloud that doubles as a PaaS (Platform as a Service). That means you get a database on steroids that includes a suite of pre-built application templates, so you can run, customize, and build enterprise apps "in the cloud"--applications that are driven by workflow processes and data policies, and that support collaboration. (And because the applications run in the cloud, you don't have to worry about scalability, backups, database administration, network administration, upgrades, or maintenance!)
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Where you go from here depends on what it is you want to do:
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Where you go from here depends on who you are, and what you want to do:
:* [[Platform User]] - Run a platform application.
:* [[Platform User]] - Run a platform application.
:* [[Application Designer]] - Customize an existing application or design a new one.  
:* [[Application Designer]] - Customize an existing application or design a new one.  
:* [[System Developer]] - Use programming languages and platform APIs.
:* [[System Developer]] - Use programming languages and platform APIs.
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:* [[Sys Admin]] - Manage users, permissions, and company settings.  
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:* [[Platform Admin]] - Manage tenant capabilities.                 }} {{#if: {{ShowInstallInfo}} |
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:* [[Platform Admin]] - Manage tenant capabilities.  
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:* [[Installer]] - Install a self-hosted instance of the platform.   }}
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:* [[Installer]] - Install a self-hosted instance of the platform.  
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''Introductory Material:''
''Introductory Material:''
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:* [[Sequential Topic Index]] - A sequenced listing of help topics that takes you from initial use of the platform through design, development, and system administration.
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:* [[Sequential Topic Index]] - An A to Z sequence of help topics to take you from first use through design, development, and system administration.
:* [[Developer Suite]] - An overview of development capabilities available in the platform.
:* [[Developer Suite]] - An overview of development capabilities available in the platform.

Revision as of 21:39, 7 June 2012

The LongJump Platform is a database in the cloud that doubles as a PaaS (Platform as a Service). That means you get a database on steroids that includes a suite of pre-built application templates, so you can run, customize, and build enterprise apps "in the cloud"--applications that are driven by workflow processes and data policies, and that support collaboration. (And because the applications run in the cloud, you don't have to worry about scalability, backups, database administration, network administration, upgrades, or maintenance!)

Where you go from here depends on who you are, and what you want to do:

Introductory Material:

  • Sequential Topic Index - An A to Z sequence of help topics to take you from first use through design, development, and system administration.
  • Developer Suite - An overview of development capabilities available in the platform.

Learn more:

  • What's New - Platform modifications and enhancements
  • HowTo Guides - A collection of tutorials to take from beginner to expert, in easy stages
  • Developers Index - Reference information for developers
  • Learning Resources - An overview of available resources, with guidelines to help you choose.
  • FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions
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