Why All This Talk About Continuous Strategic Formulation? Don’t You Do Kubernetes?

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We don’t only do Kubernetes, even though we are one of the only firms in the world to be both certified service providers and trainers. What we actually do is build large scale distributed systems and the platforms on to which these systems are deployed. This is relatively easy. Getting our customers to consume the platforms we help them build is difficult. Getting them to build systems [...]

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Six Steps to Successful Cloud Native Migration (Part 1)

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  Over the past three years Container Solutions has built experience by successfully guiding a range of enterprises into the cloud. Through experimentation and observation, we have distilled the practical process of successful cloud migration into six iterative steps. Some of these steps can occur in somewhat different order, but we have observed -- and some unfortunate enterprise [...]

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Building a Serverless cloud-native application from scratch

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I recently wrote a post on configuration management (Golang Configuration in 12 Factor Applications). It got me thinking about writing a series of posts about what is meant when we talk about a 'cloud native' application. So this is the beginning of a series on writing, from scratch, a cloud-native application. I am choosing a simple application so that the focus is more on the principles of [...]

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Image Management & Mutability in Docker and Kubernetes

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Kubernetes is a fantastic tool for building large containerised software systems in a manner that is both resilient and scalable. But the architecture and design of Kubernetes has evolved over time, and there are some areas that could do with tweaking or rethinking. This post digs into some issues related to how image tags are handled in Kubernetes and how they are treated differently in plain [...]

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Golang Configuration in 12 Factor Applications

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I have been working on a Go project for the past couple of months, I have found the language pleasant to use and the tooling has been pretty impressive. I am not going to talk about this though, I am more interested in how to build out a 12 Factor app in Golang. I won’t go into detail in this post on the 12 factors. But if you would like to know more the following (https://12factor.net/) [...]

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