How to Get Unstuck in Your DevOps Transformation

Jul 25

In today’s highly dynamic IT environments, DevOps transformations are all the rage. Yet DevOps transformations do not always go according to plan. Any number of things can completely derail a DevOps transformation. When issues occur, it’s important to take decisive action to get things back on track.

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Kubernetes Internals: Load Balancing

Jul 23

How does Kubernetes handle load balancing? That's a simple question, but it has a complicated set of answers.

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LinuxKit - Know the next solution for containers

Jul 20

The big news in the Docker world of late is the announcement of LinuxKit, which Docker developers created in conjunction with Intel, IBM, ARM and Microsoft. LinuxKit is a modular, compact, secure and portable framework for building tiny Linux-based operating systems that you can run inside a Docker container to serve as an application host.

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What's the difference between CI and CD, anyway?

Jun 28

Are you having trouble figuring out what constitutes a reasonable first step on the DevOps journey? Are you wondering whether continuous integration (CI) is enough for your needs, or whether you need to implement continuous delivery (CD)?

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Kubernetes' killer features

Jun 27

2016 was quite the year for the Kubernetes project. With record-setting attendance at Kubecon, almost bi-weekly feature releases to the Kubernetes platform, and large-scale adoption, Kubernetes has truly become the belle of the container ball over the past year.

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Tips for building a successful microservices architecture

Jun 21

It’s possible to containerize legacy monolithic apps by running your entire app in a single container. However, that’s not the point of containerization.

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Is Docker insecure? (Hint:No)

Jun 19

Docker, which has now been around for four years, is the world's leading software container platform.

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Containers and cost optimizations

Jun 16

There is an old saying that time is money. Perhaps nowhere does this statement ring truer than in modern development environments. At its core, software development is an effort to automate business processes. The assumption is therefore that the resulting software will yield tangible business value.

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Kubernetes: troubleshooting ingress and services traffic flows

May 23

Kubernetes is a great platform to run your application on, and it handles a lot of the heavy lifting on wiring up your application together.

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Continuous Deployment with Wercker: A Tale of Python Bots

May 18

It started with a Twitter parody account, inspired by @BoredElonMusk...

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