Kyle Tobener, head of security and information technology at Copado, said government agencies looking to achieve continuous deployment of secure applications and quick return on investment and facilitate their digital transformation efforts should adopt a low-code DevOps platform.
Tobener wrote in an article published on Carahsoft.com how a low-code platform could benefit the app creation team by integrating quality and security tools within the DevSecOps pipeline.
He cited Copado’s low-code DevOps platform and how it could enable agencies to speed up software delivery and reduce production bugs.
In the article, the Copado executive discussed how such a platform certified under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program serves as a compliance tool for Salesforce DevOps.
“Our platform monitors and enforces compliance for all metadata changes and Git branches at all times in the software development process,” Tobener said.
“When agencies have such comprehensive visibility, they improve productivity, security compliance and quality while releasing software faster and more cost-effectively,” he added.