How Container Solutions’ Creativity Can Help You Cope With the COVID-19 Crisis

Mar 13, 2020 by Heather Joslyn

It’s been a hell of a week.

Last week, I wrote about how the COVID-19, or coronavirus, crisis was forcing millions of workers to work from home, and could spark increased demand in the crisis aftermath for companies to accommodate more remote workers.

Read article »

Tech Ethics - What Should We Do?

Jul 30, 2018 by Anne Currie

In 2018, StackOverflow's annual survey asked developers if they'd feel ultimately responsible for the unethical use of code they wrote. 80% said no.

Read article »

QCon London And Tech Ethics in Action

Feb 28, 2018 by Anne Currie

My interest at the moment is in web scale and its ramifications. I'm interested in the way current tools, especially IaaS, CI/CD and microservices are vastly increasing the velocity at which new products and features get to market (500-1000x) and the speed at which they can be scaled. I'm particularly fascinated by the ramifications of this fast progress, and whether we are de-risking product development at the expense of increased cultural.

Read article »

Container Solutions At QCon London

Feb 26, 2018 by Anne Currie

For QCon London, from 5-9th March, Container Solutions’ London team will be joined by our colleagues from Germany, Switzerland, and the Netherlands.

Read article »

Securing Microservices with Docker from Adrian Mouat - Part 1

Jul 27, 2017 by Anne Currie

Last week, the excellent Adrian Mouat, Docker captain & author of “Using Docker” gave a webinar on how to use Docker to secure your microservice containers. The webinar was a teaser for a 2 day training session by Adrian and Sam Newman (author of “Building Microservices”) in Amsterdam on the 31 July and London on the 30 August. I’ll include booking links below, there are still a couple of spaces spare on both courses, which should be very.

Read article »
1 2 3