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Use A Light Touch To Govern Low-Code Development Platforms

The Dreaded "G-Word" Is Required To Prevent Chaos

February 13, 2017

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  • By John Rymer
  • with Christopher Mines,
  • Allison Vizgaitis,
  • Andrew Reese

Why Read This Report

As low-code development platforms gain adoption, application development and delivery (AD&D) pros are challenged to govern their use. Traditional governance limits the potential for low-code platforms to speed application delivery, updates, and changes. Yet casual governance promotes an applications mess and prevents low-code usage from scaling effectively. Read this report to learn the new practices that yield the right, light touch for low-code governance.

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Table of Contents

  • The Dilemma Of Low-Code Platform Governance
  • The Five Dimensions Of Low-Code Governance
  • State Of The Art: Three Major Low-Code Governance Patterns
  • Recommendations

  • Think Of Low-Code Governance As Five Tuning Knobs
  • Supplemental Material
  • Related Research Documents