Cloud-native computing combines domain-driven design with software best practices. Anupam Kulkarni, CEO & Co-Founder, Mauro Systems Pvt. Ltd shares the benefits of this approach to reduce technical debt.
Today, convenience is key in today’s world. Time is money. Tech intervention has made this possible. Information Technology is the most rapidly growing industry of all. Despite many changes in software development over the past few years, developer stress levels remain high. Tech debt is a major reason for this, and it affects all technology companies, regardless of their size.
Deloitte identifies the Reversal of technical debt as a crucial ongoing trend Technology architecture is a growing area of interest worldwide, particularly with the rapid modernization and expansion of applications. Although this is a broad term, it encompasses many challenges that CIOs or CTOs must address. Here are some examples:
The absolute liability of technical debt is high. Moving to new technology is a must, but understanding the supply chain for software development is essential. This is not a simple task. It requires a comprehensive understanding of the entire software development supply chain, including third-party software, developer tools, runtimes, testing frameworks, and application stacks. The risks of increasing debt as enterprises shift to the cloud are just as great as the opportunities for decreasing it. Cloud environments built with outdated architectural thinking can increase costs and slow down migration times.
One common misconception about modernized processes is that they become faster and more agile. However, high-level technology is required to maintain this agility. API-driven interfaces are stable but not static. Maintenance is the biggest contributor to technical debt.Also read: 9 Best Cybersecurity Companies in the World
Although the whole situation seems almost paradoxical, CIOs and Chief Technology Officers need to consider the many benefits cloud-native technology has to offer. This technology gives developers and leaders an opportunity to dig into the often-pervasive messes that pre-created infrastructure can create. Here’s how:
The future of computing will be driven by automation, modern architecture, and cloud-based governance. Although all this may seem daunting, having a team made up of domain experts can make it easier to manage technical debt and create positive business impacts.
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