The promise of low-code for over-burdened app dev teams with a backlog of business demands is extremely enticing. The right low-code platform can help you get multi-channel business apps to market much more quickly than developing from scratch.
However, low-code platforms fall flat because they are built on sub-optimal architectures that don’t support modern workloads and require a proprietary development approach that necessitates significant retraining. Additionally, many low-code vendors prioritize visual developer bling that promises to make your business counterpart a citizen developer over important enterprise architecture considerations valued by developers and enterprise architects.
Listen to this webinar, where we discuss the top 10 things to avoid when considering low-code platforms, such as:
- Letting industry categories constrain your tech choice
- Offloading development effort to the business
- Treating IoT, AI and analytics efforts as silos
We also provide practical recommendations relating to serverless microservices and functions, full-stack development, NoOps, modernization, container support, hybrid cloud deployment and more.
Mark Troester is the Vice President of Strategy at Progress. Mark has extensive experience in bringing application development and big data products to market. Previously, he led product marketing efforts at Sonatype, SAS and Progress DataDirect. Before these positions, Mark worked as a developer and developer manager for start-ups and enterprises alike.