10-23, 15:00–15:30 (US/Eastern), Side Room
Where do you find internal documentation about a legacy microservice? How can I make an API call to the new service deployed by other team? How is the status of my service in the production kubernetes cluster? The frontend team finds the backend service is down on Friday’s evening, how can they trigger a PagerDuty?
All these questions can be answered with a unique tool, Backstage.
It’s possible to integrate Backstage in any platform or company, increase productivity and start the journey with developer experience. With some documentation already in place and starting from scratch, it's very easy to install Backstage and integrate the minimum capabilities to make the life easier to any company member, starting with developers' life.
Documentation is part of the natural flow in development and engineering. Following best practices to make the documentation of any project as code, stored somewhere in a repository, should be part of the flow.
Having documentation as code made things easier to migrate from one tool to another. Here comes Backstage, as part of the sandbox projects in CNCF. Backstage allows stakeholders to find documentation of any kind and research throw APIs and services with really useful plugins like ArgoCD, Jira, GitHub, Jenkins, PagerDuty, etc.
Guille is a Platform Engineer currently working at empathy.co. He is focusing his professional path in cloud, infrastructure as code, Kubernetes, DevEx and DevOps methodologies. Guille is constantly learning new technologies and trying to be up to date with latest news in the industry.
Also Guille is certified in Kubernetes with KCNA, CKA and CKAD; in Terraform and in AWS with Practitioner, Solutions Architect Associate, SysOps Administrator Associate and Developer Associate.
He enjoys his personal life drinking beers with friends, playing football and listening electro music.
Platform engineer at empathy.co with experience in technologies and tools such as Kubernetes, IaC, CI/CD pipelines, AWS among others. Interested in the world of DevOps and learning about new tools day by day. Passionate about motorcycles and when the weather doesn’t make him stay at home, he loves to go out to ride.
Javi is a platform Engineer currently working at empathy.co. His daily routine involves managing the company’s internal infrastructure, which is deployed in the AWS cloud. He is also a big fan of open source software and open standards. When he is not working, he likes going out with his friends for a beer or two, and is passionate about the car world.