What do we mean when we say “data model”? Thinking about what needs to be inside your developer portal
Is there a perfect way to create a software catalog for your kubernetes and gitops native platform? This webinar will discuss what a good core software catalog needs and how to extend it to also be a comprehensive API catalog.
Setting Up an Internal Developer Portal With IaC and Pulumi
Join us for a session in which we walk you through setting up an internal developer portal with IaC and Pulumi. This session covers setting up the developer self-service UI, using Pulumi under-the-hood and how it all gets reflected in the software catalog.
Building a Fully Operational Internal Developer Platform
In this live coding session we will build an internal developer portal from scratch. We will define blueprints and relations, which will essentially create a data model for the software catalog, and create the underlying developer self-service infrastructure.
An internal developer portal to manage the Software Development Lifecycle with a serverless architecture
Watch our live coding session, where we demonstrate setting up an IDP for a serverless architecture, creating a software catalog, enabling developer self-service actions and setting scorecards and role-based access control. (30 minutes)
Enable self-service actions for IaC with GitOps under-the-hood
Join us for a live coding session to demonstrate how to enable IaC developer self-service, with GitOps under the hood. This session will cover setting up the developer self-service UI, using the Github app and Terraform under the hood. (45 minutes)
How to Bring K8s and ArgoCD Into Your Internal Developer Portal
Let us show you the ins and outs of bringing K8S data into your portal, what to “whitelist” for developers and how to drive quality standards. We also discussed DevOps use cases as well as how workflows use the data in the catalog. (40 minutes)
The No-code Approach to Internal Developer Portals
Internal developer portals are the core tool in the platform engineering world. Kunal sits down with Port's Zohar Einy to talk about data models for internal developer portals, the software catalog, self-service actions and how developer portals use scorecards. This session also covers advanced use cases, such as using the portal for CI/CD and more. (55 minutes)