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I have been asked in LinkedIn. https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:7088430118313893888?commentUrn=urn%3Ali%3Acomment%3A%28activity%3A7088430118313893888%2C7088567042785607680%29

> Thanks for sharing, Aleix. I don't understand the right side of the diagram. Why are there two platform groupings? At the point of splitting, do you fork and start development on a second platform? Do you mind elaborating on that? I read your full post but that didn't clarify the illustration for me.

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Sure! Indeed, it is missing much context.

When I mention


Our situation was a fractal, it repeated at a Tribe level. We had a platform grouping at an organizational level. We repeated the same patterns at the tribe level with four teams involved.


Here I'm referring to a Platform Grouping composed of several teams that support the whole stream-aligned teams. They provided a platform on top of k8s to deploy services in minutes.

On the other hand, we had this vision of Platform Grouping built inside the tribe to support products for companies alone.

That's why I decided to represent them as separated entities instead of joining them.

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