Cooper Berson, Platform Engineer at Quizlet, introduced a use-case of monolithic services. The attendees discussed ideas on how to model the monolith without blowing up maintenance costs.
In this talk, Jacob walked us through versioning models and caveats to consider when releasing packages and services when you use different languages to write them.
Taras and Charles from the Frontside team demonstrate their solution for testing ingestors in Backstage. An article explaining the approach is also available - https://frontside.com/blog/2022-03-24-testing-backstage-catalog-ingestors/
Thomas Ferrin and the AdHoc team shared their use-cases and ideas to let other teams contribute plugins and own parts of Backstage.
Dominik showed us how to use the Backstage API docs plugin to discover APIs and get rendered documentation from OpenAPI, AsyncAPI, and GraphQL schemas.
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