In a recent survey, 97% of executives said the pandemic accelerated their digital transformation. Organizations are looking to modernize their core business processes. Software and automation are becoming ubiquitous. How can enterprises build more software and technology to meet this urgent need for automation? Low code provides the answer and we are already on the path to rapid low code adoption. A leading analyst firm predicts that by 2024, two-thirds of application development will be done on low-code platforms.
When it comes to boosting low code adoption, scalability is a question that sometimes come up. There are two aspects of scale:
- Runtime Scalability. High capacity applications that deliver fast user experiences for large numbers of users and compute-intensive operations.
- Dev-Time Scalability. Expanding deployment across multiple use-cases, projects, and developers for long-term, management of large portfolios of applications.