Discovering the promise of platform engineering

Webinar You'd be forgiven for thinking there was nothing good about 2019.

After all, we had the birth of a pandemic, war in eastern Ukraine, and 80,000 fires burned in the Amazon Rainforest.

Thankfully, there were also bright spots, such as the first emergence of platform engineering. Five years after the concept came into being, it has been attributed with the potential to change the nature of software creation. Developers no longer have to debug and manage their own tool sets. They can now have access to centralized tools and processes on self-service platforms. This means more time to write code rather than managing complex infrastructure or doing the dreaded admin.

However welcome this is, adopting platform engineering into your organization is still a big step that requires time, commitment, and collaboration.

Join our Regcast on 28 May at 5pm BST/12pm EDT/9am PDT to hear Tim Phillips and Andela's Antonio Carlos Zegunis Filho discuss how platform engineering can solve some of the problems IT leaders face. They'll discuss how it can change developers' experience and productivity, and the way that organisations source their software engineering talent.

Tim and Antonio explain exactly what platform engineering is and the best way to adopt it, before going on to consider how it can be used to reduce maintenance costs and improve agility.

Sign up to access the webinar here and we'll send you a reminder when it's time to watch.

Sponsored by Andela.

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