Mastering the Art of Platform Engineering: Perspectives from Industry Practitioners
Effective platform engineering promises accelerated software delivery, reduced cognitive load, improved reliability, and heightened security. However, rebranding existing teams as platform engineers often yields suboptimal results. Success requires clear goals, aligned incentives, and innovative organizational practices.
This roundtable explores the human and technical dimensions of platform engineering. Expert speakers will share insights into establishing, implementing, and sustaining successful platform engineering programs. Participants will gain a holistic understanding of the interplay between people-centric considerations and crucial technical elements required to reap the benefits of platform engineering successfully.Join us on January 23rd, 2024 @ 11 AM EST
Learn from world-class practitioners
Learn from extraordinary speakers driving change and innovation.
Platform Engineer, Distributed System Aficionado, Cache Expert, and the Founder of IOP Systems
Principal Architect - Platform; Director, Haskell Foundation; Infrastructure Witch of Hachyderm
Principal Product Manager @ Microsoft
Sr. Director of Platform Engineering @Honeycomb, Skilled Organizational & Volunteer Wayfinder, 3 time Engineering Director, Previously VP of Product @Call9
Roundtable Moderated by
Lead Editor for DevOps @InfoQ
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