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Posts in 2020

  • GCEARB 2020

    17.01.2020 in Events

    The cloud native team presented to the Government of Canada Enterprise Architecture Review Board. The presentation was well recieved with quite a few statements being really supportive of the architecture and even making reference that this is …

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Posts in 2019

  • Digital Academy 2019

    17.12.2019 in Events

    The team presented a two-day course at the School of Public Service’s Digital Academy on Docker Containers, Kubernetes and Cloud Native technologies. The course was attended by employees of various Government of Canada departments. The course …

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  • KubeCon 2019 San Diego

    19.11.2019 in Events

    The team have all returned home after another great KubeCon NA, and we thoroughly enjoyed our time in sunny San Diego. We got to attend lots of amazing sessions, held many insightful conversations at the various booths, and learned quite a bit from …

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  • AKS infra v0.1

    15.11.2019 in Releases

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  • IKS platform v0.1

    15.10.2019 in Releases

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  • IKS infra v0.1

    15.10.2019 in Releases

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  • AKS platform v0.1

    15.10.2019 in Releases

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  • Stratosphere 2019 in Ottawa

    20.06.2019 in Events

    Background The Government of Canada (GC), in partnership with Association of Public Sector Information Professionals (DPI), is hosting Stratosphere, a conference focused on Cloud and DevOps. The adoption of Cloud, and more recently, DevOps, have …

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Posts in 2018

  • Cloud native architecture

    18.12.2018 in Articles

    Cloud Native A cloud native application is a distributed, elastic and horizontal scalable system composed of (micro)services which isolates state in a minimum of stateful components. The application and each self contained deployment unit of that …

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