Kony is a company we’re getting to know faster than we expected.
The organization works in digital experience development platforms and the emerging low-code platform market; it also has a specialism in digital banking.
Its products and platforms include Kony Quantum for low-code app development and Kony DBX for banking and financial services.
This month sees the Austin, Texas-headquartered company announce Kony Quantum for Microsoft Azure, the DBX digital banking suite is also making the journey to Microsoft cloudland.
Kony says it provides support globally and has been certified for ISO 27001, but who’s counting eh?
The company says that Kony Quantum is integrated with Azure and fully optimized using a cloud-native architecture.
“This allows customers to start fast with building low-code apps and have confidence in scaling as needed to address the most advanced market-leading scalability and high availability (HA) requirements. Kony Quantum for Azure has already been validated for Kony DBX and it is being deployed for several customers,” said the company, in a press statement.
Executive vice president of products at Kony, Inc is Burley Kawasaki.
Kawasaki thinks that the Kony and Microsoft Azure relationship is particularly important for customers in highly regulated industries in which compliance, security and risk analysis are paramount.
“Kony will access Azure’s large global alliances network, while leveraging its compliance portfolio, enterprise-grade service level agreements and support. This extends the security and protection built into the Kony Quantum platform, which enables multi-layered security that defends against compromise and detects and reacts to attacks with application and identity protection,” said Kawasaki.
Full Kony Quantum for Azure support includes full monitoring, logging and integrated Application Performance Monitoring support, high availability deployment options across multi-availability zones and availability in United States, Europe and Asia regions.