What Psychological Safety Means in a Cloud Native Organisation

Nov 6, 2019 by Andrea Dobson-Kock

In its Aristotle project, Google tried to define the success of effective teams. The researchers’ main finding was that what really mattered was less about who is on the team, and more about how the team worked together. Most important in teamwork was the presence of psychological safety.

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Istio and Kubernetes: Reducing Risk Through Chaos Engineering

Oct 31, 2019 by Jonathan Gold

When designing your microservice architecture in a Cloud Native system, setting up the Istio service mesh on your Kubernetes cluster(s) can give you more control and observability over network traffic. But, it can also help you break things, which will be the focus of this blog post.

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Kubernetes Native CI/CD: From Knative Build to TektonCD

Oct 16, 2019 by Andreas Krivas

We who work in Cloud Native organisations have largely solved the problem of the increased complexity in setting up a Kubernetes platform. But there’s something we have not solved: how to make Kubernetes simple for developers to use.

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What Container Solutions Does, in 4 Steps: Think, Design, Build, Run

Oct 1, 2019 by Heather Joslyn

Moving your business to the cloud could mean freeing your organisation from the need to maintain your own antiquated, energy-sucking data centres for everything. Escaping the ever-present threat that a problem in one part of your system could cripple the whole thing. Recruiting—and keeping— smart engineers eager to work with the latest technology.

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State of DevOps 2019: Expertise Spreads, Diversity Progress Stalls

Aug 29, 2019 by Heather Joslyn

First, some good news: the DevOps field’s expertise and performance is growing rapidly. Its best practices, like a clear change-approval process, not only improve speed and stability, but also help decrease engineer burnout.

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