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Fremont, CA: According to a recent study, the enterprise low-code market is expected to grow to more than $27 billion by 2022. According to a recent survey of global IT and business decision-makers, 84 percent of organizations have adopted a low-code development platform or tool, and 100 percent have seen a positive ROI. That demonstrates the business reasons why enterprise low-code platforms are sound; however, the platforms may fall short of meeting all of your expectations. When evaluating a low-code platform, it is critical to be aware of the following hidden disadvantages and risks.
Insufficient Visibility Call
One of the main concerns with low-code development is that it can be difficult for organizations to understand what their employees are creating. The majority of shadow IT hear about is linked to shadow development. When employees circumvent corporate IT to set up a public cloud infrastructure, whether storage or compute, it is usually accompanied by some application that allows data processing in the cloud.
Moving to the cloud may aid in improving visibility. As a result, cloud-based platforms are safer than traditional alternatives.
No Auditing of Vendor Systems
In some cases, the code and security controls implemented by low-code platform vendors may be invisible to organizations. To determine how secure those vendors are, they must rely on the tools they already have in place, such as third-party security audits, security and compliance certifications, service level agreements, as well as cybersecurity insurance. It makes a difference whether a single end-user chooses to use a particular platform or if a company decides to implement it across the board