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By Dillon Courts on 03 October 2019

In Part 1 of this series we took a look at some common symptoms of organizations that could benefit from the adoption of DevOps principles. In this post we’ll dig a little deeper into DevOps and answer questions like: Where did DevOps originate? How does DevOps define itself? And what are some of DevOps core tenants?

devops-benefits-blog
By Dillon Courts on 29 August 2019

The development team finished the product 3 weeks ago, but it’s still not in production. You released a new feature and half the website went down. A significant amount of your day is spent dealing with production outages or issues. No matter what your role is, if you work in a technology organization, chances are you’ve heard the term DevOps. If any of the above problems sound familiar, chances are your company could benefit from adopting DevOps practices.

building-containers-blog
By David Ramsington on 24 January 2019

Ever since Docker began to gain popularity a few years ago, it has been struggle to create containers inside containers themselves. The most widely used method of employing docker-in-docker has a troublesome quirk: you have to directly mount the docker unix socket to the building container which runs the risk of sending arbitrary commands to the host docker daemon.