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    Monitoring Kubernetes with DataDog

    Monitoring is a crucial part of any production application, and it’s importance is increasing as we move towards cloud native. For all the benefits of distributed, microservice applications, there are...

    Kubernetes Quick Tip: Whitelisting source IP with Ingress in Kubernetes

    If you are using Ingress on your Kubernetes cluster it is possible to restrict access to your application based on dedicated IP addresses. One possible use case would be that you have a development se...

    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’...

    The .NET experience with microservices (.NET Core/Docker/Kubernetes/WeaveNet/Azure)

    The .NET experience with microservices (.NET Core/Docker/Kubernetes/WeaveNet/Azure)

    Continuous Integration of deployment of micro-services to different platforms

    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.

    Monitoring a microservice application with CoScale on Kubernetes

    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....

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    From Pet to Cattle – Running Sonar on Kubernetes

    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 manu...

    Trying out Kubernetes

    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.

    Why Kubernetes Makes Sense

    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 c...