Platform engineering emerged to address the “forgotten developer,” lost with the heightened emphasis on agile, crossfunctional teams and DevOps pipelines. Some industry pundits confidently declared that DevOps was dead and pointed to platform engineering as its replacement. That couldn’t be farther from the truth. In reality, platform engineering has gained its own focus and set of engineering disciplines that are complementary to DevOps.

Techstrong Research polled our community of DevOps and cloud-native readers and viewers to take their pulse on the rapid adoption and impact of platform engineering. The findings show platform engineering has quickly gained traction within IT organizations, and that it’s fast becoming an established practice for DevOps and software development teams.

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