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Platform engineering A self-service portal Cloud carbon footprint
Efficient and sustainable software delivery at platform engineering speeds - what are you waiting for?
Sustainable platform engineering at warp speed
By 2026, 80% of large IT departments will adopt internal platform engineering teams for reusable services, components, and tools for application delivery*. Creating a self-service portal alone requires a minimum of 20 specialists and 3 years to start delivering meaningful value, making it unattainable for 99% of companies to deliver meaningful value to end-users. Do the math - start now or risk falling among the 20% left behind in this race.
*Source: Gartner Top Strategic Technology Trends 2024
Why now and not tomorrow?
Keep your top talent
Your dream team - DevOps, platform engineers, and devs - want to work on cutting-edge platforms and exciting challenges, not outdated systems. A good platform is the golden ticket to attract and keep these stars. Delay, and you risk losing them to the competition.
Don’t waste resources
Planet's on a deadline! Platform engineering is like turning off the lights when you leave the room - it's all about using just what you need. Less waste, fewer power-hungry servers - lighter load on Earth and more cost savings.
The platform’s warp engine will cut out the repetitive stuff, streamline processes, and save you buckets of time. Waiting means sticking with the old clunky drive, which costs more to maintain and doesn't let you rev up when needed. Efficiency? Kiss it goodbye. Costs? They'll pile up faster than you can say "budget overrun."
By 2025 all companies operating in Europe must report on their business’ environmental impact. For IT departments, that means cloud and resource usage. Don’t wait until the last moment - tackle your cloud consumption today!