Low-Code/No-Code and Simple APIs

Content By Devops .com In recent years, implementing AI and IoT technologies has been top priority for many organizations as their leading-edge capabilities have become a requisite for digital transformation – but the speed of their adoption is greatly influenced by the flexibility of supporting...

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...

Low-Code Automated Software Testing Drives DevOps

Content By Devops .com The DevOps world has quietly turned its focus to solving an essential challenge: enabling software teams to innovate quickly while meeting high customer expectations for quality. In other words, to build useful things faster with fewer mistakes. This tension has been...

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...

Low-Code Makes API Testing More Accessible

Content By Devops .com APIs are rising both in quantity and business value. But with that growth comes an increasing number of vulnerabilities, which could affect cloud service dependencies and internal APIs. Functionality and uptime could also suffer as cloud services evolve their APIs with...