Kubernetes is one of the fastest-moving open source projects. Alpha, beta, and production-ready features seem to be released on a weekly basis, and just when you are in awe of a new feature, something even cooler comes out.
Spring is upon us. With the change in season comes more exciting news and events for all things container-related. First off, we would like to wish Docker a very HAPPY BIRTHDAY! We would also like to celebrate the February release of Go 1.8 - you go, Go! Will you be in Berlin this week for KubeCon? Our very own Solutions Architect Aaron Rice is participating in the Pancake Breakfast kickoff...
Welcome to “Inside Wercker,” where we introduce you to one of our team members. This time we’ll get to know Aaron. You can follow him on twitter.
If I had a nickel for every time I heard a "command line vs. graphical user interface" argument, I would be a very rich man. But, if I'm being honest, I find these types of disagreements silly. In the end, the tools don't make the developer, do they?
There are still many development teams out there that are taking their first tentative steps towards Docker, planning to make a move, or that have adopted Docker, but not in production.
Docker’s stand on security is that its container platform is built to be secure by default. However, during attacks, the defaults aren’t enough, and you need a deliberate security strategy.
To refactor or to rebuild: That is the question. (Sorry, Hamlet fans.)
March is very exciting.
Welcome to “Inside Wercker,” a feature where we introduce you to one of our team members. This time we get to know Ashima Kudaisya, Growth and Martech Manager at Wercker. You can follower her on LinkedIn.
2017 is shaping up to be a fantastic year for production containers.
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