Kubernetes the Hard Way Explained:
Chapter 4

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More than a year after the last post of our series regarding the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s official Kubernetes Certified Administrator program, one might be surprised to see that Kelsey Hightower’s tutorial, Kubernetes the Hard Way, remains one of the main sources to prepare for the exam. But it has earned that distinction. It indeed provides a comprehensive and extensive way of [...]

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Going Cloud Native Without a Map

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The core problem for managers at any company contemplating a Cloud Native transformation is that they don’t know what they don’t know. They don’t even know how long it will take, so they come up with estimates based on the way they’ve previously worked. These estimates are always wildly wrong, for a number of reasons. Coming from a traditional Waterfall predictive approach, it’s [...]

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5 Takeaways from KubeCon Europe 2019

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KubeCon and CloudNativeCon is the world’s largest conference about Kubernetes, the surrounding ecosystem, and the principles of Cloud Native. Container Solutions sent a team of engineers to Barcelona in late May in order to connect, learn, and explore with the larger Cloud Native community. It also presented an amazing opportunity to better connect with our team itself, as we are based in [...]

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What Video Games Like Apex Legends Can
Teach Us About Teamwork and Microservices

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Online video games bring together players from around the world, offering the opportunity to work as teams toward a common goal. As gamers enter into joint missions, skills such as leadership, communication, negotiation, and collaboration get a workout. A lot of research has been done to confirm that gaming can build real-life teamwork and interpersonal skills, and even more research has [...]

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The Five Stages of Transformation: The Cloud Native Emotions

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Whenever I start working with a new client -- no matter who it is or what business they’re in -- there is one thing that happens every time. Without failure, the moment comes where someone will look you dead in the eyes and tell you about this single unique problem that they have, that nobody before them has ever experienced, much less solved. Except, of course, this problem they so [...]

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