These are not uncommon pains during the adoption of microservice architectures.
With the recent innovation in Cloud Native technologies though, it doesn’t have to be like this. Container orchestrators like Kubernetes and CI/CD innovators make it possible to build a self-service platform for your developers.
It’s not just for the Facebooks and Googles anymore, you can have your Paas in-house catering for the self-service developer, tailored to your IT landscape. So developers can focus on innovation; after all developers like nothing else more than shipping.
Hi I’m Laszlo Fogas, Devops consultant.
In the fall of 2016 I set out to start Laszlo Cloud, a consultancy to elevate team cultures through automation and tooling.
As a former senior engineer and later engineering director I gained the perspective to effectively operate on many levels of your organization.
I feel home in developer advocacy, building CI/CD pipelines and Cloud infrastructure, up to stakeholder management. This gives me the secret sauce for driving the DevOps transition. I believe if technology and project management is backing up each other, change is possible.
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