There and Back Again: A CN Engineer’s Journey to Unreal Fest

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I joined Container Solutions a year ago as a Senior Software Engineer (my work Cake Day was April 1st). I focus on Cloud Native Applications: micro-service oriented architectures, containerization and Infrastructure Automation. Lately I have been developing and deploying Prometheus exporters, plus Grafana dashboards. In my teenage years, I pursued a computer science education as an excuse to [...]

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The Learning Organisation: How to Transform the Tech Industry With Psychological Safety

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The annual Stackoverflow questionnaire provides a useful window into the developer community. In 2018 it surveyed everything from favourite platforms and programming languages to gender identification to how much time devs spend outside. In all, more than 100,000 developers shared their experiences. Some of the most telling results, for me, involved career satisfaction and goals. [...]

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Setting the Cloud Direction Using Project Methodology Tools

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Successful migration to the cloud is not as simple as a direct “lift and shift” of your existing technology over to the cloud. Without a clear strategic rationale or motivation you may well end up with a more expensive -- and possibly less performant -- service than you started with. When electric motors started replacing water driven mills (or steam engines) as a power source for [...]

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Cloud Native Transformation Patterns: Modular Architecture

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This post appears as part of a series of Cloud Native Transformation Patterns, which begins  with Cloud Native Transformation Patterns: Introduction. These are condensed versions of the full patterns appearing the forthcoming book, Cloud Native Patterns: Architecture, Design and Culture, a joint project of Container Solutions and O'Reilly. Complete and in-depth information regarding each [...]

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Cloud Services for your Kubernetes Applications

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I’ve been playing around with the Kubernetes Service Catalog and in this blog post, I’d like to share some of the fun. First things first: what is this Service Catalog thing? Here’s what the documentation has to say about it: Service Catalog is an extension API that enables applications running in Kubernetes clusters to easily use externally managed software offerings, such as a [...]

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