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OutSystems comes up with new solutions for code checking

OutSystems comes up with new solutions for code checking

OutSystems, which offers a low code platform for application development, is today presenting two new solutions for code checking. OutSystems does this together with Omnext, which specialises in the conversion of legacy systems to modern times.

The new applications are called Omnext Fit and Stay Fit, and help organizations make the applications developed with OutSystems comply with the latest developments in the areas of maintenance, reliability, performance and security. This should reduce the chance of errors within the software before the applications go live.

App Risk Analysis

The new applications provide organizations with an independent and validated risk analysis based on reports and dashboards. With these applications, organisations are able to check the quality and make adjustments where necessary. The Omnext Fit application analyses a snapshot and produces an in-depth risk analysis based on the ISO 25010 quality model. Customers can then choose the Omnext Stay Fit application. This involves planning a risk analysis based on the customer’s wishes, for example after a sprint or a certain period of time.

According to Mike Hughes, senior product marketing at OutSystems, IT teams need to develop software faster than ever before. Low code software plays an extremely important role in this and it is therefore very important to ensure that the existing software does not contain any technical debts. The applications, developed in close cooperation with Omnext, provide peace of mind for organisations. Organizations are now making sure in a new way that their software does not carry any unnecessary risks. In addition, the software analyzed in this way cannot have an impact on a live event.

The new apps from OutSystems and Omnext are available immediately within the platforms they offer.

This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.