Maarten Hoogendoorn

Maarten Hoogendoorn

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Faster builds in Docker with Go 1.11

Oct 10, 2018 by Maarten Hoogendoorn

About a month ago, Go version 1.11 was released. I’ve been looking forward to this release, because of the introduction of modules. These allow for a more efficient way of building Go applications with Docker than was possible before, without using non-official external dependency managers.

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Becoming a Kubernetes Certified Service Provider

Sep 8, 2017 by Maarten Hoogendoorn

Several of us signed up for the Beta of the Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) exam. Container Solutions participates in the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) and our CNCF ambassador Michael Mueller was involved in the creation of the exam.

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A High Available Redis cluster on top of Kubernetes and Habitat

May 17, 2017 by Maarten Hoogendoorn

In the last two months, I've worked together with Chef to evaluate Habitat from a cloud native developer perspective. This is the last blog in a series of three where I'll share my experiences. The first blog is about the build system. The second blog describes how to run supervisors on top of Kubernetes. In this last post I’m explaining how to run a HA Redis with Habitat on top of Kubernetes.

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Running Habitat Supervisors on top of Kubernetes

Apr 7, 2017 by Maarten Hoogendoorn

In the last two months, I've worked together with Chef to evaluate Habitat from a cloud native developer perspective. This is the second blog in a series of three where I'll share my experiences. The first blog is about the build system, and the last will be about how to create a High Available Redis cluster with automatic failover on top of kubernetes.

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Working with Habitat as a cloud native developer, part 1

Mar 28, 2017 by Maarten Hoogendoorn

In the last two months, I've worked together with Chef (the company) to evaluate Habitat from a cloud native developer perspective. This is the first blog in a series of three where I'll share my experiences. The other two blogs will be about how to run the Habitat supervisor on top of Kubernetes, and how to create a Highly Available Redis cluster with automatic failover on top of Kubernetes.

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