In just five years, cloud computing microservices have blossomed into the default architecture for application deployment. ‘Modernizing software’ has become almost synonymous with microservices, for good reason. But you don’t have to turn everything into microservices.
Amid the excitement surrounding large language models (LLMs) since the release of ChatGPT, Claude, and Bard, business and tech executives are understandably wondering, “Is this hype, or a truly transformational technology?” And if it is indeed transformational, “How can I capture its business value while mitigating its potential risks?”
If a company gathers their developers and marketers together, the developers will talks about the features, and the marketers may not grasp all of the scenarios in which the software could be useful. So bring in DevRel.
One of the advantages of a bottom-up open source go-to-market is that when done well, it’s the most efficient flywheel for product adoption, developer marketing, and inbound sales. In this session, OpenUK CEO Amanda Brock discuss what steps early founders can take to capture developer love, while still being taken seriously and whitelisted as enterprise OSS vendors.