DOP 261: Visionary Views on Internal Developer Platforms and Portals With Port

Posted on Wednesday, May 1, 2024

Show Notes

#261: The future of developer portals is one of seamless integration and intuitive operation. By bridging the gap between complex platforms and the developers who use them, portals can significantly enhance productivity and innovation.

This vision aligns with the ethos of companies like Port, which emphasizes an open and adaptable approach to developing internal developer portals.

In this episode, we speak with Zohar Einy, the CEO at Port, about the rapidly evolving landscape of software development and operations and the distinction between developer portals and platforms.

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Zohar Einy

Zohar Einy

Zohar is the CEO of Port, a no-code platform for internal developer portals, which he co-founded with Yonatan Boguslavski. Zohar began his career in the IDF’s 8200 unit, as a platform engineer, where he was involved, together with Yonatan in the creation of an in-house large scale developer portal. He then joined TLV Partners, as part of the investment team, specializing in developer-centric companies. He was also one of the first employees at Rookout and a co-founder of Aporia, a developer of ML monitoring tools. You can try Port’s product at


Darin Pope

Darin Pope

Darin Pope is a developer advocate for CloudBees.

Viktor Farcic

Viktor Farcic

Viktor Farcic is a member of the Google Developer Experts and Docker Captains groups, and published author.

His big passions are DevOps, Containers, Kubernetes, Microservices, Continuous Integration, Delivery and Deployment (CI/CD) and Test-Driven Development (TDD).

He often speaks at community gatherings and conferences (latest can be found here).

He has published The DevOps Toolkit Series, DevOps Paradox and Test-Driven Java Development.

His random thoughts and tutorials can be found in his blog

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