By WalkingTree April 12, 2021
The adoption of low-code software development platforms has drastically increased with COVID-19’s economic consequences, which eventually drove digital initiatives. Enterprises are turning to low-code platforms to build new apps faster. But the real prize comes when low-code’s principles of automation and abstraction are extended to a DevOps methodology of software maintenance and management. Let’s take a look at how Low-CodeOps can transform DevOps.
Performance monitoring – Daily monitoring of platform infrastructure is like a backbone of modern DevOps operations, ensuring that complex interdependencies are running smoothly. Automated monitoring can transform time spent on repetitive tasks into opportunities for teams to focus on innovation.
Security – Cyber Attacks that lead to system outages and disruptions are a growing concern in our digitally connected world. In this case, prevention is always best. Monitoring tools identify vulnerabilities, enabling systems to quickly help prevent outages that can last for hours or even days.
Infrastructure Independence – Widespread adoption of multi-cloud and hybrid cloud has made flexible infrastructure the new standard. That means DevOps needs configuration and management tools that can track relationships between various resources. Monitoring instruments that provide observability across a wide range of vendors consuming enterprise data and applications are mission-critical.
Resilience – Platforms can automate continuous domain-level metrics to correlate performance from different sources, eventually speeding up detection and the response time. Fast auditing and debugging tools, combined with real-time dashboard monitoring, detection, equals a pound of cure.
Read on to know more about how Low-CodeOps can transform DevOps.
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