Red Hat, Inc., a company specializing in open source solutions, announced the general availability of Red Hat Developer Hub, an enterprise-grade internal development platform (IDP) based on Backstage, an open source project of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). ). The platform features a self-service portal, standardized software templates, dynamic plug-in management, enterprise role-based access control (RBAC), and premium support that provides tools to overcome DevOps bottlenecks and solve problems such as complexity , the lack of standardization and the cognitive load.
Red Hat Developer Hub‘s consistent and standardized processes help accelerate development and deployment on any platform. Organizations looking to standardize operations across the open hybrid cloud can use the integration of Red Hat Developer Hub with Red Hat OpenShift to drive innovation in artificial intelligence (AI) and cloud-native application architectures.
The industry analyst firm IDC assures that the era of digital business is already here and predicts that “in 2024, spending on digital technology by organizations will grow seven times more than the economy, because companies are seen forced by market demands to develop digital business models and strengthen digital capabilities”.
The accelerated pace of competing in a digital economy has increased pressure to create new sources of value through products and services. s. Today, enterprise IT departments face high technical debt, skills gaps, architectural limitations, and security risks as a result of the sharp increase in IT complexity and lack of standardization in the development chain.
The unique features of the Red Hat Developer Hub
Red Hat Developer Hub addresses these challenges with a self-service portal that brings together the information developers need, including access to multiple consoles, a unified software catalog, and up-to-date documentation within the same repository. This environment makes management by teams easier, and also makes it easier for new members to find what they need.
Standardized software templates simplify application and developer onboarding by abstracting away secondary tasks and technology details that can slow down the development and delivery process.