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all of your applications, accelerating time to market and encouraging development focus on core functionality. • Management for Multi-User and Multi-Tenant Access - Our tool supports multi-tenant/multi-user applications, with highly granular security controls and flexible access control options - both for users and administrators. • User Management and Self-Service - Reduced administrative overhead enables the management of user roles, groups and projects for all applications in a single location, substantially reducing support costs. • Administration Tools to Manage Multiple Applications - Sophisticated administration tools allow the management of multiple applications and projects both within and across customer application tenants. • Secure User Self-Service - This tool provides a secure wrapper for self registration, password selection and application management best handled by individual users. It also integrates with OAuth and other authentication systems for enterprise identity integration. Second, CTP has an automated static code analysis tool that contains over 500 rules to detect and enforce cloud coding standards for AWS, Google, Azure and any other generic cloud environment. This provides developers with immediate feedback and support and helps them avoid common cloud coding mistakes when building or modernizing existing digital solutions. In addition to the pre-built components listed above and our automated static code analysis tool, we provide a number of different tools to accelerate innovation and delivery of digital solutions, including our CI/CD Framework and other solution-specific components for IoT, Blockchain and more. Digital Innovation Common Approach In addition to software IP and reusable components, successful digital initiatives share a common set of concepts and approaches. These accelerate delivery and ensure consistent high quality. Over scores of engagements we have been able to identify the following critical approaches to ensure digital success. • XD Framework - an experience design framework has common mechanisms to gather and confirm user requirements, document the user journeys, and test user interactions to gather feedback to inform additional design/build stages. • Non-Functional Matrix - as much as the functional requirements are driven out of the XD process, architecture and implementation is often driven more by non-functional requirements such as scale, regulatory requirements, security, connectivity and other factors. These factors are captured in our Non-Functional Matrix artifact. FALL 2016 | THE DOPPLER | 35