Low-Code Case Study: US Air Force deploys 40 Low-Code Enterprise Apps

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James Hanson, NextGOV

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The Air Force has embraced market-leading low-code development tools and industry best practices to quickly and cost-effectively design, develop, and deploy applications to accomplish their mission. Application development projects that formerly took years are now deployed in weeks or months. Robins Air Force Base has been a digital transformation leader with their rapid adoption of low-code development, DevOps, and Agile technologies. The Appian platform, available as a Managed Service in an Impact Level IV (IL4) cloud, has allowed the Air Force to deliver new capabilities quickly. Bryant Stevens from the 402nd Software Maintenance Group (SMXG) and Derek Kissos from Appian discusses how Robins AFB selected an enterprise low-code platform to rapidly modernize their operations and highlight some of the applications developed. View this webinar and discover: How Robins AFB developed more than 40 low-code applications Best practices in supporting 25,000 users on a modern digital platform Lessons learned in deploying applications in the secure Air Force infrastructure Why an enterprise low-code platform is essential for DevOps and Agile projects

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