Many Internal Developer Platforms still follow a static approach. Static setups are built for updating images and deploying them into infrastructure that already exists. This usually works in less complex setups until you are facing challenges like rolling back, changing configs, adding services and dependencies, just to name a few.
This talk will reflect the main downsides of such a static approach and will present a radically new concept to improve developer experience and developer productivity: the dynamic Internal Developer Platform.
The foundation is the Declarative Application Model that enables developers to describe their target architecture in self-service without overwhelming them.
The Platform Orchestrator executes this model, generating a representation of the application with every deployment. This drives standardization by design and enables developer self-service that neither overwhelms nor takes context.