Is Low-Code Development a Security Risk?

Content By Devops .com According to Gartner, the worldwide low-code development market is projected to be $13.8 billion in 2021, a whopping increase of 22.6% from 2020. Gartner also predicts that the surge in remote development during COVID-19  will continue to boost low-code adoption, despite...

How Low-CodeOps Can Transform DevOps

Content By Devops .com Over the past year, enterprise adoption of low-code software development platforms surged across the world economy as COVID-19’s economic consequences drove an unprecedented number of digital initiatives. Enterprises are turning to low-code platforms to rapidly build new apps that empower customers,...

Low-Code and DevOps: Friends or Foes?

Content By Devops .com What does low-code mean, and who is it really for? Over the last few years, I’ve seen many articles associating “low-code” with “citizen developers” or with people who don’t have deep development skills. Users can arrange visual elements, or fill in...

How to Mitigate Low-Code Security Risks

Content By Devops .com Gartner predicts that by the end of 2025, over 65% of development projects will usee low-code builders. The field of low-code continues to expand. But what security implications does low-code introduce? Low-code refers to tools that enable application construction using visual...

No-Code Tech and the Rise of Citizen Developers

Content By Devops .com In today’s increasingly remote-first work environment, technical frustration affects all levels of an organization. Because of this, IT leadership teams are looking for new ways to empower and streamline their organizations through the use of innovative technologies. And with remote workforces...

Could No-Code Enable Everything Ops?

Content By Devops .com It feels like DevOps principles are permeating every discipline, creating new buzzwords by the minute. DevSecOps. DatabaseOps. SalesOps. FinOps. MarketingOps. This “JargonOps” is clearly encouraged by marketing campaigns (and bloggers, wink, wink). Yet, the phrases do depict a real trend: all industries...

Hybrid Low-Code: The Next Step in App Development

Content By Devops .com The promise of low-code development has long been the ability to develop business-critical applications by humans with little programming experience. In fact, over the past year or two, the lines between low-code and no-code have become increasingly blurred. Low-code platforms have...