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Don't Be A Deadbeat: Cloud Native Transformation Design Fails

Jan 16, 2020 by Jamie Dobson

In his 1979 book, The Timeless Way of Building, Christopher Alexander tells a wonderful story of two barns. The first was extremely long, over 240 feet, and instead of having doors at the end (where you usually find them) they were in the middle on both of the long sides. The second barn was nestled into the side of a hill, had three stories instead of two, and five doors. The barns were unique, completely different, and yet instantly.

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7 Cloud Native Trends to Watch in 2020

Jan 13, 2020 by Ian Crosby

As Cloud Native continues to grow in popularity, with more organisations than ever adopting the tech and all that comes with it, let’s take a look at what we are expecting to see in 2020.

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What We Learned at KotlinConf 2019

Jan 6, 2020 by Rafael Portela

Last month, I joined about 1,600 other participants at KotlinConf 2019, in Copenhagen. The two-day event showed that Kotlin is evolving fast as a programming language and as a community.

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Best of 2019: Our Engineers on Tech

Dec 31, 2019 by Michelle Gienow

Some of the best Cloud Native engineers in the world work for Container Solutions (yes, we’re biased, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t true).

Besides helping client companies like Shell, Adidas, and FiduciaGAD (the largest IT services provider for banks in Germany) with their Cloud Native transformations, our engineers are actively moving the technology forward by creating and contributing to open-source projects, and by organising and.

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11 Reasons for Adopting GitOps

Dec 18, 2019 by Ádám Sándor

Kubernetes allows us to manage our application deployments and other infrastructure components purely using declarative configuration files (e.g. we’re all YAML developers now). This enables us to put all these files into a Git repository, hook it up to a pipeline (Jenkins, GitLab, etc), which will apply those changes to a cluster—and voilà, we have GitOps.

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