Does any of this sound painfully familiar?
Your website is slow
Got the guts to run PageSpeed?
Try to check the performance of your site, we’ll wait. Unoptimized images, heavy pages and a shameful overall score? Well, it’s not your fault. The web is much harder than it was, and you’re using legacy tools that force devs to solve performance issues on their own.
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Your architecture doesn't scale
Can it handle massive spikes and adapt costs in real-time?
As long as you’re receiving the usual amount of web traffic, pretty much any solution can work. But is your stack capable of handling prime-time TV website traffic without becoming completely unusable? And if so, what’s the up-front cost you’re paying for that?
Your CMS is not flexible
Are your editors free to change websites without asking help from devs?
It should not be your job to constantly make tiny changes to copy/images as asked by marketing/content teams. Yet, to delegate the job directly to them, your CMS must be able to enforce strict validation rules to editors, and have a fast way to continuously adapt the backend to their needs. Is that the case?
You're wasting time
Are your projects reusing code and good practices?
Most enterprises have many teams working on very similar dev projects, yet successful approaches learnt from deploying one product need to be manually rebuilt in each new product. How efficient is that? Teams should have a fast, standardized way of working.