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The Impact of Low-Code/No-Code on DevOps


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Regardless of which low-code or no-code tool is used, chances are good that the individual building an application using that tool is a professional developer. The fact is, it’s faster to build applications using low-code tools. Rather than allowing the application development backlog to become worse than it already is, many professional developers have concluded it’s simply more expedient to build many of those applications using a low-code tool that automates much of the code-writing process.

But that can lead to a backlog of a different sort as numerous developers take advantage of low-code and no-code tools to flood pipelines with apps. The challenge now is finding a way to integrate all the application development projects being launched with DevOps workflows to ensure those applications are deployed, updated and secured quickly and properly.

In this editorial webinar, our panel of experts will discuss the current low-code/no-code landscape and its impact on the existing development environment, and explore ways these tools can be used effectively and seamlessly within DevOps workflows.

Please join us for a discussion on the impact low-code application development tools are having on DevOps workflows as more applications than ever move through CI/CD pipelines.

Marcus Torres
GM & VP of App Engine Business
People, product and business leader with over 20 years of proven experience building and scaling products within organizations of all sizes across consumer and enterprise markets. Extensive experience in market segments of SaaS, cloud computing, platform, mobile, developer experience, digital marketing, location-based services, and supply chain management. Marcus is General Manager of ServiceNow’s market leading low code business, App Engine which is one of the fastest growing businesses at ServiceNow. He previously lead ServiceNow’s IntegrationHub business while driving product strategy for the ServiceNow Platform. Responsibilities include GTM, product management, product strategy, strategic partnerships, M&A, executive engagement and business operations with additional dotted line responsibility across engineering, product marketing and sales..
Daniel Topham
Solution Architect at xMatters, an Everbridge Company
Dan Topham is a Strategic Solution Architect who has been with xMatters for over 5 years. He loves to talk about the "Art of the Possible" and stretch the capabilities of xMatters to bring as much value as possible to anyone using it to have immediate impact across your organization. He has 4 kids and recently moved to Georgia.

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