Entando's component architecture simplifies the development and lifecycle support of complex enterprise projects as well as simplifying the initial development of early prototypes.
Project teams can practice continuous development by allowing development teams to divide the entire project into manageable work segments. Each segment can then be updated as needed, independent from other segments.
Entando allows projects to leverage a flexible architecture. Projects need only implement those components required for a given project, allowing for a much smaller footprint than when using a monolithic product. When scaling an implementation, only those features which require more compute power or resources need be scaled, or those which need greater availability can be deployed as needed. Most important of all is the ability to simplify upgrades, allowing in place upgrades of various features and components as they become available without disrupting others.
Productive Development Teams
Complex projects using Entando's component model allow team members to become productive faster than if they were using older monolithic software. A component model allows a diverse team to more easily work together. Senior members of the team can work on more complex tasks while newer team members can work on isolated segments. This developer model also allows segmentation of tasks across a distributed team, improving productivity and reducing project lifecycle costs.