Letting Developers Create Microservices Quickly: Monday's Developer Portal
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.
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.
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.