How to Do DevOps With Low-Code
DevOps can help accelerate the overall lifecycle of your applications. But is DevOps possible with low-code? Find out.
Based on recent surveys, platform engineering is likely to become DevOps 2.0 and proliferate across most software development teams as they are expected to work faster while meeting important reliability and security goals.
The GitLab 2022 Global DevSecOps survey found that 70% of surveyed teams release code daily or every few days. Yet devs also spend a tremendous amount of time on toolchain integration and maintenance: one-third are spending at least half their time, and about 44% (double that of 2021) spend one-quarter to one-half of their time on it.
Unsurprisingly, three-quarters of respondents said their teams currently use a DevOps platform or plan to use one within the year.
This aligns with Gartner’s prediction that by 2026, 80% of software development organizations will institute platform development teams.
Platform engineers focus on creating a solid foundation for software development by designing and implementing scalable, reliable, and efficient infrastructure.
Here are a few activities performed by these teams: