Platform engineering is a critical aspect of any modern business that relies on technology to drive growth and success. It involves the creation, development, and maintenance of the software infrastructure that supports a company's digital operations. With the rise of cloud computing, businesses now have access to powerful platforms like Microsoft Azure that can accelerate their platform engineering initiatives. Azure is a cloud computing platform developed by Microsoft that provides a wide range of services for businesses. These services include cloud storage, data analysis, app development, virtual machines, and more. By leveraging the power of Azure, businesses can rapidly build, deploy, and manage their digital infrastructure. One of the key benefits of using Azure for platform engineering is the ability to scale resources up or down as needed. This allows businesses to handle sudden spikes in traffic or quickly deploy new features without worrying about infrastructure limitations. Azure's flexible pricing model also means that companies can only pay for the resources they use, making it a cost-effective solution for platform engineering. Azure also offers a wealth of tools and services that can help businesses accelerate their platform engineering initiatives. These tools include automated deployment pipelines, DevOps integration, and analytics services. By using these tools, businesses can streamline their development processes, improve collaboration between teams, and gain insights into their platform's performance. With a view to governing and making the rich features of Azure usable in self-service mode, Krateo PlatformOps is the tool that allows you to abstract the complexity of the toolchain towards the consumer of the platform who, through a portal, can use the templates made available by the Platform Team. In summary, platform engineering is a critical aspect of modern business that can drive growth and success. By leveraging Microsoft Azure and Krateo PlatformOps, businesses can accelerate their platform engineering initiatives and gain a competitive edge in the digital marketplace.
Diego Braga is Product Manager at Krateo PlatformOps. Diego has spent last 10 years building open source architectures for customers, from embedded devices to large scale distributed systems. Most recently he has been focused on the open cloud infrastructure space, and in emerging patterns for cloud native applications.
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