Container Solutions’ New Book Is Out! Here’s Why We Wrote It.

Dec 12, 2019 by Michelle Gienow

It is with great pride, and no small measure of relief, that we announce the publication of our new book from O’Reilly Media. As of this week, copies of ‘Cloud Native Transformation: Practical Patterns for Innovation’ are available for digital download, though if you prefer the analog version those won’t be available until 24 December. (Apologies if that messes up your holiday gift list. In the meantime, you can get a free excerpt here).

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What We Learned at DevOps Days Montreal (Spoiler: a Lot)

Nov 19, 2019 by Ian Crosby

Community has always been a huge part of Container Solutions, from meetups to workshops to conferences. When we launched our new office in Montreal last year, we were eager to join in the local community by participating in events. So we co-sponsored last year’s DevOps Days Montreal. Earlier this month, we did it again. 

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State of DevOps 2019: Expertise Spreads, Diversity Progress Stalls

Aug 29, 2019 by Heather Joslyn

First, some good news: the DevOps field’s expertise and performance is growing rapidly. Its best practices, like a clear change-approval process, not only improve speed and stability, but also help decrease engineer burnout.

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Announcing Container Solutions' First Public Courses in Kubernetes

Aug 14, 2019 by Russell Trow
Container Solutions’ training has helped hundreds of employees at client companies like Adidas, Booking.com, and Earthport gain the know-how they need to manage Cloud Native technology like Kubernetes. Now, we’re excited to announce that, for the first time, we’re going to provide that same ins truction to the wider public.
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Why the 10x Engineer Myth Needs to Go

Jul 15, 2019 by Jamie Dobson

There was a whole kerfuffle on Twitter this weekend because someone posted about 10X engineers. I didn’t give it much thought. However, over the weekend, the noise just didn’t seem to stop, which got me thinking about the olden days and where this idea of a 10X engineer came from.

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