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Comparing The Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes Vision of DevOps

An exploration in how Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes codify vastly different philosophies of DevOps.


Google Chromebooks and Cloud Shell for Classrooms

Why you should consider Google Chromebooks and the GCP Cloud Shell as the foundation for your next workshop, and how we go about provisioning them.


SuperOrbital Joins the CFF

Cloud Foundry continues to prove itself as the only truly production grade application and container platform. We're excited to help support and take part in the growing community around it!


Bastille Casebook

Bastille Networks needed to invest in CI/CD, metrics & monitoring. SuperOrbital was there to help.


Safari BOSH Livelesson now available

Announcing our five hour long video on Safari. Learn how to harness the power of the Cloud Foundry BOSH tool to build resilient and enterprise grade cloud-native deployments.


A Modern Cloud Vocabulary

The Cloud is Chaos, and cloud-resilient systems must adhere to a new vocabulary in order to withstand it.


UNIX Programming by Example: Runit

Learning good UNIX programming technique by examining how Runit is built.


Mind the Map

Ignoring the surface area of your product will cause more challenges than any amount of technical debt.


Building an Encrypted USB Drive for your SSH Keys

How to make an encrypted USB key to securely hold your SSH keys in Mac OS X.


CTO vs VP Engineering

The difference between the responsibilities of a Chief Technical Officer and a Vice President of Engineering.


Manage your GOPATH with direnv

A simple way of using direnv to manage your GOPATH environment variable when working with multiple Go projects.


AWS Consolidated Billing, Reserved Instances and Availability Zones

An explanation of how AWS consolidated billing, reserved instances, and availability zones work together.


The Number One Trait of a Great Developer

Spoiler: It's Judgement.