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A first look at GKE Autopilot

A first look at GKE Autopilot

In Verifa’s first podcast we discuss Google’s new Autopilot for Kubernetes, and what it means to have a managed Kubernetes service.

Our recap of a busy 2020 – and a few words about 2021

Our recap of a busy 2020 – and a few words about 2021

From recruitment to product launches, it proved to be a most eventful 12 months



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A first look at GKE Autopilot

A first look at GKE Autopilot

In Verifa’s first podcast we discuss Google’s new Autopilot for Kubernetes, and what it means to have a managed Kubernetes service.

Our recap of a busy 2020 – and a few words about 2021

Our recap of a busy 2020 – and a few words about 2021

From recruitment to product launches, it proved to be a most eventful 12 months

Release Readiness

Release Readiness

How to know your code is always in a releasable state

We shape our tools, and thereafter our tools shape us.

We shape our tools, and thereafter our tools shape us.

Our technology approach is vendor agnostic, solution based, and always focussed on the needs of our customers.

How to automatically deploy applications to a private GKE Cluster using CloudBuild

How to automatically deploy applications to a private GKE Cluster using CloudBuild

This article describes the problem of automatically deploying code to a private GKE cluster and my workaround solution to it.

Getting started with Jenkins Config as Code

Getting started with Jenkins Config as Code

How to run JCasC without using an orchestrator.

Getting started with Jenkins Pipelines

Getting started with Jenkins Pipelines

How to develop an effective CI process

Challenges, experiences and progress: My first 100 days as a CEO

Challenges, experiences and progress: My first 100 days as a CEO

Familiar and unfamiliar tasks in a new but recognisable environment.

Nomad: The workload orchestrator you may have missed

Nomad: The workload orchestrator you may have missed

Nomad allows you to deploy and manage applications across on-premise and cloud-based platforms. Its power comes with its flexibility yet ease of operation and use.

The C and C++ Package Manager

The C and C++ Package Manager

Conan is an open source project for managing software components (or packages) for C and C++. Supporting C and C++ packages requires a flexible model, especially to allow packages to be pre-compiled into binaries, and Conan really hits the mark. This blog gives a short introduction to Conan and how it could help your project.

Follow-up: OSS Compliance 2.0

Follow-up: OSS Compliance 2.0

The current mainstream approach for solving enterprise-scale open source license compliance involves more and more open source tools and less commercial ones.

Open Source will Rock your DevOps World

Open Source will Rock your DevOps World

By building applications on top of an existing landscape of established open source components, we can spend our valuable time innovating rather than reinventing the wheel

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