Over the course of my time at Container Solutions, I have read a lot of business books and consulting books, but none that got as close to what we at CS believe about working with customers as Patrick Lencioni’s Getting Naked.
This post is the second part of a series. Read the first part here.
In the first part of this deep dive, we looked at kubectl and how it is a quick and easy way to do deployments but how certain edge cases make it difficult to build robust automation on top of it. In this second part, we want to take a look at using Kustomize and Terraform for application deployment automation, and why we need both.
This post is the first part of a series. Read the second part here.
Kubectl, if only by being the official CLI, is certainly the most popular way of interacting with Kubernetes clusters. And running kubectl apply is a convenient way to be able to work on the desired state in local files and sync it with a cluster.
At Container Solutions we often get asked what someone needs to do in order to be successful with microservices. This includes the technical challenges as well whether their culture and team structure is set up for success.
In Part 1 of this series on management transformation patterns, we looked at how the ‘Curse of Plenty’—the complacency that can accompany prosperity—can reduce your appetite for the hard work of transformation.