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.
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
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.
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.