Continuous Integration of deployment of micro-services to different platforms

Nov 10, 2016 by Maarten Hoogendoorn

In this blog post, I describe how we created DeployDocs to improve the continuous integration of the micro-services in the Socks Shop and the platforms it can be deployed to.

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Monitoring a microservice application with CoScale on Kubernetes

Oct 3, 2016 by Ádám Sándor

Monitoring microservice systems has been a hot topic at Container Solutions for some time. Combined with our recent interest in Kubernetes we set out to give the new CoScale monitoring solution a try. CoScale is a hosted and on-premise monitoring solution with native support for Docker and Kubernetes. In the case of Kubernetes, this means it can talk to the Kubernetes master server and measure data about Kubernetes entities like Services.

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From Pet to Cattle – Running Sonar on Kubernetes

Jul 15, 2016 by Ádám Sándor

Recently we ran into a bit of trouble with our pet CI server. It was being used as a Jenkins server and a Postgres database and Sonar was also running on it but it wasn't evident as it was just a manually ran docker compose setup on the machine. Sure enough someone turned off the server not knowing that Sonar is also running there. As Sonar is part of our minimesos build our builds stopped working.

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Trying out Kubernetes

Oct 20, 2015 by Remmelt Pit

In this post I'll describe what the steps are to achieve a simple way to get Kubernetes running. A single node Kubernetes setup can be convenient for kicking the tires, testing and local development.

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Why Kubernetes Makes Sense

Jun 11, 2015 by Pini Reznik

As a service provider in the programmable infrastructure space, we at Container Solutions are constantly investigating new tools and technologies to help our clients to deploy and maintain large and complex systems.

Most of our work is related to containers and specifically to Docker, and over time we have experimented with multiple tools to manage containers on a large scale - most notably ApacheMesos, CoreOS and Kubernetes.

Over time we.

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