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Recent News

Secure Google Virtual Machines
(14/07/2020)
This feature allows customers to keep their data encrypted and inaccessible even while it's being processed.

Amazon EKS Now Supports Kubernetes 1.17
(13/07/2020)
In addition to a number of Kubernetes capabilities going GA, the Windows containers RunAsUsername feature is now in beta, allowing to run Windows applications in a container as a different username than the default.

Learn How to Import Infrastructure Into Terraform
(13/07/2020)
This hands-on tutorial shows how to import an existing Docker container and image into a Terraform project’s state.

From Docker Straight to AWS
(09/07/2020)
Now the docker command can talk to ECS natively, and developers can finally avoid the pain of Kuberentes for simple applications.

SUSE to Acquire Rancher Labs
(08/07/2020)
Rancher, the Kubernetes management solution, now belongs to a major Linux distro company.

Blog Posts

Visualising Kubernetes Objects' Life Cycles Visualising Kubernetes Objects' Life Cycles

Understanding key Kubernetes objects' life cycles using UML Activity diagrams.

June 18, 2020

Svelte in Five Minutes Svelte in Five Minutes

A quick introduction to Svelte.

April 2, 2020

Anti-Scale Anti-Scale

A Manifesto for Sane Software Development

March 15, 2020

Tech Directory

    Container Technology (Federated Kubernetes)

  • Appvia Kore: A management platform to allow teams to work with Kuberentes more effectively.(17/07/2020)

  • Security (Containers)

  • Harbor: An open source registry that secures artifacts with policies and role-based access control, ensures images are scanned and free from vulnerabilities, and signs images as trusted. (17/07/2020)

  • Go Microservices

  • Fiber: An Express inspired web framework written in Go.(17/07/2020)

  • Enterprise Software (Banking)

  • 10x Banking: A modern, cloud-native platform for core banking.(17/07/2020)

  • NoSQL Databases

  • FaunaDB: A globally distributed, ACID, serverless GraphQL database.(17/07/2020)

  • Container Technology

  • Keptn: A Kubernetes event-based control plane for continuous delivery and automated operations for cloud-native applications.(17/07/2020)

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