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TestimonialsYou Built it - You Own It: Burden of In-House Dev Platforms

It’s true that building an in-house dev platform allows teams to own the specs and control releases to meet your unique requirements.

But building means your team is now responsible for future development investments, ongoing research, compliance, maintenance, bug fixes, platform updates, and support.

Problems, such as slowly propagated platform updates and poorly designed resiliency of your homegrown environment cause unacceptable downtime when issues occur. And seemingly innocuous updates can reveal security gaps and business logic data bugs. These issues slow your teams down, negatively impact developer experience and performance, and put the delivery of value at risk.

Click below to watch an interview with Replicated’s Dexter Horthy, who discusses why Replicated switched from building to buying.


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