This is a long overdue post on iximiuz Labs' internal kitchen. It'll cover why I decided to build my own learning-by-doing platform for DevOps, SRE, and Platform engineers, how I designed it, what technology stack chose, and how various components of the platform were implemented. It'll also touch on some of the trade-offs that I had to make along the way and highlight the most interesting parts of the platform's architecture. In the end, I'll, of course, share my thoughts on what's next on the roadmap. Sounds interesting? Then brace for a long read!
I compiled this thread on Twitter, and all of a sudden, it got quite some attention. So here, I'll try to elaborate on the topic a bit more. Maybe it would be helpful for someone trying to make a career decision or just improve general understanding of the most hyped titles in the industry.
DevOps, SRE, and Platform Engineering (thread)— Ivan Velichko (@iximiuz) July 31, 2021
Sharing my understanding of things after working in this domain for about two years.
Starting from the clearest one.
Dev - this is about application development, aka business logic. The only one that makes money for a company.