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    The Birth of the External Secrets Community

    Managing secrets in Kubernetes can be a cumbersome job. In a multi-service multi-environment setup, you can end up with hundreds of secrets without even noticing. It is hard to keep track of everythin...

    We Built a .NET Operator SDK (So You Don’t Have To)

    We built a .NET Operator SDK, in C#, so you can build your own Kubernetes Operators in C# or any .NET language. There's of course the Go Operator SDK, and there's our Java Operator SDK, so why not hav...

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    Container Solutions Does Hacktoberfest!

     At Container Solutions HQ—or rather the distributed, mainly WFH entity that passes for Container Solutions HQ—we’re busy getting ready for Hacktoberfest. As you’re probably already aware, Hacktoberfe...

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    What We've Learned from Launching a Runbooks Project

    Back in 2017, I wrote on my personal blog about Things I Learned Managing Site Reliability for Some of the World’s Busiest Gambling Sites. A lot of it focussed on runbooks, or checklists, or whatever ...

    Bootstrap as Code: Part 3, Hybrid—a Place for On-Premises in the Cloud

    This article is the conclusion of a three-part series. In Part 1 of this blog series, we explored the bare-metal world and tools that help to bring its provisioning closer to the clouds. We introduced...

    Bootstrap as Code: Part 2, The Homelab Movement

    This article is part of a three-part series.  In Part 1 of this blog series, we explored bare-metal server bootstrapping, and introduced a tool called Tinkerbell, from Packet, which simplifies this pr...

    Bootstrap as Code: Part 1, Hardware Is Here To Stay

    This article is the beginning of a series.  Here’s a bold claim: It’s 2020 and we are in a post-cloud era. Cloud computing adoption has reached such a critical mass that even the most conservative org...

    The Container Solutions Opinionated Guide to Blogging

    Blogging is one of the central activities at Container Solutions. We try to regularly publish blogs on a variety of topics, from technical pieces to articles on strategy or psychology. Personally, I’v...

    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...