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    Container Solutions' Trow Project Featured in The New Stack

    At Container Solutions, our engineers not only serve clients but also contribute to open-source projects and create new software. We were proud to find that one of our projects—Trow, an image-manageme...

    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...

    Kubernetes Native CI/CD: From Knative Build to TektonCD

    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 Kuberne...

    Using Helm and Kustomize to Build More Declarative Kubernetes Workloads

    With declarative infrastructure, what you define is what gets set up on your system. When software engineers use Helm, the package manager for Kubernetes, in building a Cloud Native system, they tend ...

    Solving 2 Common Deployment Dilemmas in Kubernetes With Istio

    If you’re an engineer working with containers, and especially with Kubernetes, you’re going to hear about Istio. For the uninitiated, Istio is the service mesh for Kubernetes. A service mesh is a netw...

    Building a Large-Scale, Continuous Delivery Platform: a Case Study

    About a year ago, we at Container Solutions started our engagement with FiduciaGAD, the largest IT service provider for banks in Germany. The focus of this project is to build a Continuous Integration...

    Microservices for Managers: Part 1, System Thinking

    For consumers, the speed of technological progress is magical, because of what’s suddenly become possible: self-driving cars, same-day delivery, movies and television shows streamed to us anywhere, an...

    Microservices for Managers: Part 2, Amplify Feedback Loops

    As I described in my previous blog post on the key principles to guide a microservices project, the efficiency of the value chain determines costs, affects profit, and ultimately decides whether a bus...

    Microservices for Managers: Part 3, a Culture of Experimentation and Learning

    In my previous two blog posts, I explored two principles that are at the heart of DevOps: systems thinking and amplifying feedback loops. In this post, we’ll discuss the third and final principle, a c...