5 facts you should know about Internal Developer Platforms
Standard “flexible” approach to different technologies
Internal Developer Platforms (IDPs) are “one-stop shop” where developers can find all tools, playbooks, templates, and documentation. IDPs provide standardized toolsets but tailored to product teams’ needs, to enhance DevX and operativity.
Streamlined Devs onboarding experience
IDP simplifies developers’ onboarding by providing them with the right delivery setup or linking them directly to an external one.
Collaborative work environment
IDPs support reuse, sharing and collaboration among teams and assets. They improve cooperation, visibility and ownership using innersource practices.
IDPs enable Developers to self-serve assets and resources. This includes access to preapproved software packages, CI/CD tools, development and test environments and end-to-end visibility.
Accelerate feedback loops
Internal Developer Platforms speed up the feedback process and give you the ability to always deliver the best product.
Internal Developer Platforms aren’t just for developers,
they give benefits to the entire organization.
For CIO and management
For companies, improving the day-to-day developer experience means the ability to attract and retain talent. CIOs know that IDPs are becoming strategic organizational assets.
For DevOps & Platform Engineers
DevOps are no longer the bottleneck of development processes. IDPs create an environment where Platform/DevOps teams help developers build their products. IDP means simplicity of governance and easy security management.
Bringing composability to organizations:
Empower Developers and relive DevOps.
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