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Container Platforms: Why and How?

This article is all about demystifying container platforms and showing what value they bring on several levels: business, organization, and tech. There is a summary at the end, but if you can’t wait: it’s all about realizing that platform operations, with the right tools, can be seen as a commodity, and is therefore possible to centralize internally or outsource. Both lead to significant increases in return of investment (ROI) and the reduction of operational expenses. If platform administration is also outsourced, it also leads to a substantially lower total cost of ownership (TCO).

What Was Observability Again?

Let us dive deeper into observability: What it is, the different types and what it technically means to implement observability.
What do I need to add on top of Kubernetes

What do I need to add on top of Kubernetes?

Is Kubernetes sufficient by itself? This post highlights the features that a DevOps team typically needs to add on top of a vanilla Kubernetes cluster to obtain a secure, production-ready Kubernetes cluster.

A Fortnight in the Life of the Compliant Kubernetes DevOps Team

At Elastisys, we develop our own open source Kubernetes distribution, Compliant Kubernetes, as well as operate it as a managed service for customers. Both product development and operation of the managed service is handled by the DevOps team. In this blog post, we’ll give you an insight in the daily life of the team, starting top down with the operations part.