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DevOps need internal developer portals too. Tracking all services, resources, and devops tools in a multi-cloud multi-region environment is too much.
In this article we’ll cover what Backstage plugins are, how they integrate with Backstage, and show you a quick tutorial on how to develop a simple plugin.
Port Search is one API to answer all software and infrastructure questions or reporting needs, taking advantage of the breadth and depth of Port’s software catalog and the underlying dependencies of software catalog entities.
Learn what production readiness means and how to create a production readiness checklist of requirements. In this article, Yonatan Boguslavski explains why you need to evaluate your services and how to improve their production readiness.
We’re happy to announce that we’ve passed SOC2 certification and are now SOC2 compliant.
Port scorecards lets you define your requirements and standards for quality, production readiness, productivity, and more, measure and track them. Once they are defined, you can easily track scorecards within the internal developer portal in the context of the specific entity they relate to (such as a microservice, environment, cluster or any other software catalog object). You can use scorecards for reporting, auditing and to enforce standards and create accountability and visibility.
Announcing new visualization features: markdown documentation, Open API (swagger) and embedded URLs
As a global DevOps community, we have pretty much nailed the agile process, but one thing we didn’t plan for was the Cognitive Load of the various software involved for teams. Enter the Platform Engineer. A master of DevOps who understands exactly how to leverage a best-in-class software stack for optimal outcomes. They are the MacGyvers of DevOps. And simply put, you need one. In this article, we cover everything from the basics of being a Platform Engineer to the benefits of hiring one for your team.
Behind the playlists and podcasts of Spotify’s sizable audio catalog is Backstage, touted as one of the leading choices in the Developer Portal world. We’re taking a VIP pass to look in detail at the benefits and solutions a developer portal solves and whether Backstage is the right platform for you.
Platform engineering is becoming a core focus, tasked with ensuring a good developer experience to grow productivity and retention. To do this, internal developer portals have become a basic requirement. This article covers the whys and how's of internal developer portals and how they affect developer experience and productivity.
Port is a product used by developers and DevOps professionals, so comprehensive, clear and beautiful documentation is our top priority. Read on if you’d like to understand how we write, validate and ship documentation for our platform, to make sure developers get the most out of their developer portal
We’re super-excited to release the Port Kubernetes Exporter, since it realizes our vision of a software catalog that contains the entire ecosystem surrounding software: CI/CD flows, dev environments, pipelines, deployments and anything cloud, covering the entire software development lifecycle
Port improves dev productivity by abstracting away environments, microservices, devops tasks and tools and presenting them through a unified product-like interface
Developer experience is a new persona constructed in many organizations to ensure developers’ agility—Learn everything you need to know about DX.
GitOps has a lot going for it, but it can also be challenging from the developer experience perspective. In this blog, we’ll discuss the reasons that impact the developer experience (and DevOps outcomes) and how internal developer portals can keep what’s good about GitOps and provide a smoother developer experience.
Given that we’re a company that believes everyone should have a developer portal, we should also be committed to improving our product through dogfooding. Read on if you’d like to understand how we use our internal developer portal for a better developer experience (and productivity, of course) - and specifically for deployment tracking and environment locks
The builder-based approach is way more than a trend if you're asking me. Here's why I believe developing a 'builder' mindset can deepen the success of your product teams.
Monday.com built an internal developer platform to enable developer self-service. Today an amazing 40% of its developers use the platform every week.
How do you get over 1000 devs to work together to consume resources and assets? Yonatan Boguslavski learned the hard way that building DevOps infrastructure isn’t an easy task. Nevertheless, his persistence led to the development of Port. So when we say we’ve been there and done it, you’ll know we've really done it.
How do you take a simple Proof of Concept (POC), written in your parent’s garage, and turn it into a production-ready world-class system? Our DevEx Engineer Mor shares the lessons learned and insight gained from taking Port to the next level.
CyberArk's team had a vision for a better developer experience, and ended up building an internal developer platform in-house. How much faster is deployment to production and how did they accomplish this and create consensus around the need? What are they planning for the future? Read on.
Let's take a deep dive into the best approach today for platform engineers to catalog assets and services- the software catalog. In this article we'll discuss what a software catalog is, and why it is the best approach for internal developer platforms, regardless if you build or buy it
Learn how to up scale your project using a UI-mocks infrastructure. This allows the developer to take full control of all variables and for a better development process that's decoupled from any unexpected eternal source.
If you've heard the term 'Developer Portal' a few times and wonder what all the fuss is about, this article is for you. Zohar Einy, CEO of Port, is on hand to run through everything you need to know about DevPortals.
This article covers everything you need to know about microservice catalog, from the basics to the benefits of using one.
Enabling Jenkins self-service can work well for developer self-service, but there are many known visibility, compliance and other issues that stem from the inherent openness of Jenkins. At some point the speed and flexibility can turn into a mess. There’s a better way to do self-service (and not with Jenkins self-service), solving for a great developer experience and creating much less devops bottlenecks and surprises. It’s called a developer portal, or a software/resource catalog.