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Platform engineering has emerged in response to the growing complexity of cloud native and the challenge of scaling DevOps to the enterprise.
Gartner says that by 2026, 80% of enterprise organizations will be rolling out a platform engineering initiative to improve developer experience and accelerate product innovation.
This talk introduces a unique approach to testing where a single shared staging environment is multiplexed to run integration tests for each pull request, as well as from developer workstations. We'll navigate the complexities of managing and scaling these tests in a Kubernetes environment, using open source components in real-world scenarios.
Building an Internal Developer Platform (IDP) is easy, right? You just deploy Backstage, use a Platform Orchestrator, automate DevSecOps tools. And voila, that’s it and your developers are happy. Well… not quite. Because I thought like this, I made five huge mistakes which I want to share. None of them are technical, and each hurts even more than a lack of automation.
When Broadcom closed their acquisition of VMware it was clear that the typical licensing price changes would soon come for VMware clients and partners. Especially for those 299,400 customers that Broadcom has officially announced they don't care about as they prioritize only the top 600 customers.
From Internal Developer Platforms to Platform Orchestrators, Platform engineering isn’t just the future, it’s here. However most organizations, still haven’t figured out the best way to rapidly unlock the power of platform engineering.
From emerging startups to enterprises, MACH Architecture is growing in popularity. However, continued reliance on RESTful APIs keeps turning any microservices attempt into a distributed monolith.
What if you could run “Terraform apply” and have a fully integrated Internal Developer Platform (IDP) running? What about having a starting point for your own IDP journey - reached in an hour instead of spending weeks or months at the drawing board? Imagine having a way to include all customization capabilities and extension points to ensure your platform meets the unique needs of your users (developers).
In this webinar Mallory will unravel the complexities of platform engineering, and provide a clear step-by-step process to transition from a Minimum Viable Platform to a scalable enterprise-level solution – in a predictable way.