Low-Code/No-Code

September 01, 2022

Digital transformation initiatives have accelerated since COVID. Customer expectations have increased. Demands for contactless, digital experiences have exploded. More companies are embracing the cloud and hybrid multi-cloud to enhance agility and responsiveness. The evolution of legacy workloads to cloud native is accelerating the adoption of new technologies like microservices, containers, and serverless. This, in-turn, has led to the use of more tools to continuously deliver and release software ...

August 03, 2022

The last two years have accelerated massive changes in how we work, do business, and engage with customers. According to Pega research, nearly three out of four employees (71%) feel their job complexity continues to rise as customer demands increase, and employees at all levels feel overloaded with information, systems, and processes that make it difficult to adapt to these new challenges and meet their customers' growing needs ...

August 01, 2022

The low-code platform market offers enterprises a large selection of options with players of varying sizes and capabilities co-existing. However, the market's complexity is also one of the key reasons the technology has not realized its full potential. To find out what the future holds for this industry and the different scenarios that may unfold, read on ...

July 26, 2022

Looking at the world of emerging technologies, artificial intelligence (AI) appears to be the next technology on the cusp of breaking into the mainstream, thanks to the development and growing proliferation of no-code AI. A code-free technology that enables non-AI experts to implement and test their ideas without any need for a data scientist, no-code AI will prove to be a democratizing force within the AI industry enabling greater accessibility and use by businesses outside of the Fortune 100 ...

May 23, 2022

Can DevOps and low code work hand in hand? Philosophically, the two are at odds; DevOps inherently insinuates that code will be involved, while low code/no code insinuates the opposite. So, how can LC/NC and DevOps work together in harmony if they are intrinsically opposed to one another? Can they really be friends, or are they resigned to being foes? ...

May 09, 2022

While the benefits of cloud-native development are clear, we recently released a report revealing that the majority of companies are well behind the curve and have not yet pursued this technology. Based on a survey of 500+ IT leaders and developers, our report found stark contrasts between expectations and readiness for the use of cloud-native development with more than half of respondents (53%) stating they don't know much about it ...

March 30, 2022

The pandemic highlighted one of the most crucial challenges facing the software industry — the lack of professional software developers. This was validated in the recent Top Software Development Challenges for 2022 survey report by Infragistics, which found that 53% of respondents believed that recruiting developers with the right skills was their greatest challenge ...

January 25, 2022

You may have heard that flexibility is one of the most important benefits of Low-Code Rapid Application Development. They make the majority of development more doable, whether you're an owner-operator or a tech developer yourself. They not only simplify and streamline the process, but they also have a positive economic impact in terms of cost and efficiency. As markets expand and become increasingly digitally driven, the ability to cut overheads and bring app development in-house opens up the market for even the smallest startup ...

January 05, 2022

As part of the 2022 DevOps Predictions list, DEVOPSdigest asked industry experts how they think Low-Code and No-Code will evolve and impact business in 2022 ...

November 30, 2021

As businesses seek ways to capitalize on the benefits of digital transformation, low-code tools provide a compelling solution for application development. Low-code tech is an efficient approach to empower a new line of "citizen developers," boost developer productivity, and scale up more rapidly ...

November 29, 2021

In the cloud world, containers are the centerpoint of a growing majority of deployments. By providing compartmentalization of workloads and the ability to run "serverless," containers can speed up and secure deployments and create flexibility unreachable by old style application servers. While a variety of tools have been developed to meet this need, none are as impactful to the industry as Kubernetes. It has emerged as the de facto container orchestration tool for many companies ...

September 16, 2021

The year 2020 brought along with it a sea worth of challenges — from the organizational impacts of a distributed remote workforce to the acceleration of digital initiatives for business continuity. CIOs also realized opportunities to effectively manage data and analytics and break down data silos in order to streamline decision making and bring the strategic priorities to the forefront ...

September 13, 2021

For years, businesses opted for third-party software, vendors or have hired their own software engineers to innovate and set themselves apart from competitors. The realities of today's world require most every company to shift towards building software to offer services accessible anywhere on any device or to deliver data-driven intelligence used to allow management to make informed decisions anytime, anywhere. This thirst for knowledge, information, and the ability to rapidly extend services to customers drives needs for agile innovation, though, IT departments cannot do it alone. Enter citizen developers! ...

July 28, 2021

What makes low code such a crucial technology within a digital transformation journey? Overall, it gives businesses the opportunity to empower all users — even those outside of IT — to drive significant change within their organizations. Low-code implementation enables a business to bring all of its investments together to achieve true transformation ...

June 03, 2021

While coding and software development will likely always play an important role in any organization, low-code/no-code tools have the potential to shift IT's approach to software delivery. I asked several DevOps Institute Ambassadors to weigh in on how they think low-code/no-code is shaping the future of software development. Here are key insights they shared with me ...

May 25, 2021

Low-code tools have matured over the past few years but still have some limitations in their ability to develop, deliver and maintain complex enterprise business applications. It is important for businesses to really evaluate and select a platform that both aligns with their strategic application delivery drivers and mitigates risks. Here are some key features and capabilities that you should look for in your low-code development platform ...

May 13, 2021

Manual testing is a nuisance to DevOps teams. Enter automation. Adopting scriptless automation doesn't need to be as hard as it may look. There are four easy steps that teams can make to easily transition to the no-code software ...

April 27, 2021

Low code tools on the market focus on going from idea to app, by skipping the designer and much of the developer. That's a good way to get a concept out of your head and come up with a prototype, but to create a mission-critical business app with a good user experience, low-code apps on their own won't cut it ...

March 25, 2021

With today's increasingly remote-first work environment, teams are looking for ways to empower and streamline their workflows with the help of innovative new technologies. And, with remote workforces likely here to stay, no other time in recent history has been more ideal to implement new solutions that redefine how employees interact and collaborate. Because of this, more organizations are looking at no-code automation ...

March 08, 2021

As the pressure to achieve more with less increases in a challenging global economy, more organizations are changing their perspective and adopting rapid and simple no-code app development platforms. Such platforms enable teams to rapidly build apps that make a difference to business results and solve various technology bottlenecks. The no-code approach is allowing business experts to seamlessly innovate without the need for coding skills. It allows organizations to stay proactive and accelerate app development by bringing more people with varied skillsets into application development. Highlighted below are the reasons why 2021 will be the year of no-code application development ...

March 02, 2021

According to predictions made by Gartner, by 2024, low code development will be responsible for more than 65% of application development activity. This blog will help you understand what the buzz is all about. Let's find out what low code development is and how it can be the next big thing in the software development industry ...

February 24, 2021

There are several forces that are going to impact this field that we'll see in 2021. Let's get a peek into DevOps' future with an eye on some trends that have already shown up ...

October 06, 2020

Before the pandemic, Gartner predicted that by 2024, low-code development would be responsible for more than 65% of application development. With workers distributed and organizations now reliant on digital, this trend looks set to accelerate ...

April 01, 2020

Breakthroughs in communications platforms as a service (CPaaS) are making it increasingly easier to embed voice, messaging, chat and video into experiences than ever before through low-code or no-code options. These development platforms allow developers to embed application logic within the CPaaS to implement robust communications capabilities into business processes and applications — such as a voice interface or a chatbox — with just a few lines of code ...

December 18, 2019

Industry experts offer predictions on how DevOps and related technologies will evolve and impact business in 2020. Part 5 covers application development including Low Code and No Code ...

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