Heather Joslyn

    Heather Joslyn
    Heather Joslyn is editor-in-chief at Container Solutions.

    WTF Are Microservices?

    They can prevent your whole system from going down when something goes wrong. But there's a lot more to them than that. In this video, some Cloud Native engineers from Container Solutions offer their ...

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    3 Questions: Holly Cummins and David McKay Tackle 'WTF Is Cloud Native?'

    WTF is Cloud Native? Even the experts don't completely agree. In our continuing series 3 Questions, Cloud Native influencers tackle a trio of queries about this mysterious movement. This month's answe...

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    WTF Is Cloud Native Technology?

    Cloud Native is so big, sprawling, new, and complex, even our own Cloud Native engineers grapple with the best ways to define it, its problems, and its perks. 

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    3 for 3: a Trio of Cloud Native Influencers Answer WTF's Big Questions

    WTF is Cloud Native? Even the experts don't completely agree. To help us unpack this sprawling topic, WTF is launching a series in which we ask some of the industry's thought leaders three key questio...

    3 min read

    Container Solutions Talks Next-Gen Cloud on a New Stack Podcast

    More companies are taking environmental sustainability into account when they choose cloud providers, said Ian Crosby, Container Solutions’ Chief Technology Officer, on the latest episode of The Maker...

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    'Forbes' Article on Climate Impact Features Container Solutions Expert

    Investors, regulators, consumers, and even the employees of an increasing number of companies are putting pressure on enterprises to fight climate change with their choice of cloud providers, accordin...

    Meet Container Solutions's New CTO: a Chat With Ian Crosby

    What a time to start a new job. In June, in the midst of COVID-19-related economic upheaval around the world, Container Solutions named its new chief technology officer. Ian Crosby replaces CS co-foun...

    SRE

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    What Does an SRE Do?

    Being a Site Reliability Engineer, or SRE, is a hot job—and an expensive one to keep on staff. 

    Case Study: How CS’ Braintrust Helped Immedis Focus on What Really Matters

    Immedis is looking toward the future. It created and runs an enterprise-grade platform that supports payroll functions for some of the fastest-growing global companies, including Uber.