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Where Is Your Microservices Architecture?

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.

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The Green Cloud: How Climate-Friendly Is Your Cloud Provider?

Feb 26, 2020 by Anne Currie

In 2018, ex-AWS employee Paul Johnston and I jointly published a report on the state of energy use in the cloud. How could we as consumers make ethical and future-proof choices about hosting?

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Starting a Cloud Native Transformation? Don’t Repeat Your Mistakes

Feb 4, 2020 by Greg Hawkins

Sometimes, you just know that things won’t end well.

When a company takes on a Cloud Native project, let alone a full transformation, it’s already got a lot of challenges ahead of it.

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Cloud Native Education Isn't Just for Engineers

Jan 23, 2020 by Russell Trow

For anyone that has been engaged in the big trend towards the containerisation of software applications, and the move to elastic, on-demand infrastructure, you'll know how important getting skilled up in the technology is. It's not just Docker and Kubernetes that needs mastering; there's a whole 'landscape' of tech that needs to be mastered in order to successfully run production-grade containerised workloads.

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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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