Zoover Goes Cloud Native with Kubernetes

    We teamed up with Zoover to help them build a new production environment using Google’s hosted version of Kubernetes (GKE), with a Continuous Delivery pipeline based around CircleCI. In this blog, we’...

    Monitoring Microservices with Prometheus

    We seem to say this a lot at Container Solutions, but the combination of microservice architectures and the practice of DevOps have smashed apart the assumptions made by traditional tools. None more s...

    The Release and New Features of Mesos 1.0.0

    Please join me in welcoming the first major release of Apache Mesos. However, as many of you will know, Mesos has been in use for at least five years. So this is less of a major release, since every r...

    Weather Predictions Straight from the Cloud

    Can a fleet of customized drones improve your daily commute? We recently connected with the Swiss meteorological gurus at Meteomatics who have developed specialized drones to collect and transmit weat...

    The Rise of Apache Mesos: Cluster All The Things!!

    The Apache Mesos cluster manager emerged from work out of Twitter and UC Berkeley around 2009. Over the last six years the Mesos project has kept a relatively low profile among mainstream technology p...

    Configuring resource offers on Mesos

    The other day I was working on Mesos Elasticsearch and encountered a problem while running the framework. The framework did not accept any offers from slaves because I had not properly configured the ...

    Dev and Ops in the Time of Clouds

    The pace of technological changes in software engineering is continuously increasing, and every day we are surprised with new innovations. Most of them are insignificant, but some of them are true rev...