The Democratization of Development in the Enterprise

As software becomes the primary component for delivering value through an organization (which we’ll get into later), more people are going to get involved in the software development process. They need a way to communicate their priorities and key metrics to help each other understand how they’re making a difference in the business, so they […]

As software becomes the primary component for delivering value through an organization (which we’ll get into later), more people are going to get involved in the software development process. They need a way to communicate their priorities and key metrics to help each other understand how they’re making a difference in the business, so they can align and make decisions as one. Given the growing necessity to secure the software supply chain and ensure all aspects of software delivery are auditable and compliant, it’s much more likely that low-code/no-code and traditional software development will coexist—each contributing to software delivery pipelines as appropriate to their roles.
Source: CloudBees