The “Spectre” and “Meltdown” security vulnerabilities and mitigation

January 8th, 2018

A side-channel attack on most modern CPU’s was discovered last week which impacts most internet services in general. This vulnerability made it to mainstream news sites, which is quite unusual, and has been the subject of some questions from end-users and customers. This blog post is meant to provide some general answers and a probable time-line of patches and mitigations.

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Software ontwikkelaar (Python) bij innovatieve IT-dienstverlener

December 22nd, 2017

Heb jij ervaring met Python en ben je een professionele probleemoplosser die graag zelfstandig aan verschillende projecten werkt? Dan is onze openstaande functie misschien wel iets voor jou. We zijn een groeiend bedrijf en momenteel op zoek naar een software-ontwikkelaar die ons team wil komen versterken. Een uitdagende en veelzijdige functie bij een innovatieve, internationaal opererende IT dienstverlener.

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Kubernetes recap 2017: Most compelling stats and news

December 20th, 2017

It’s been three years since Kubernetes was first released in 2014. Now 2017 is coming to an end, we were wondering: How did the Kubernetes project and the use of Kubernetes develop last year? We scoured the web for the most compelling news, surveys and statistics. Enjoy!

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Vacature: Gemotiveerde Linux engineer/systeembeheerder

December 12th, 2017

Heb jij ervaring met Linux (Debian) systeembeheer en ben je op zoek naar een nieuwe uitdaging binnen een open maar professionele werkomgeving? Dan is Kumina misschien wel dé plek voor jou. We zijn een groeiend bedrijf en momenteel op zoek naar een Linux Systeembeheerder die ons team wil komen versterken. Een uitdagende functie bij een […]

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How to develop Kubernetes-friendly containerised applications, part 3

October 27th, 2017

There’s a lot out there that describes how to setup Kubernetes and how to make your container run on Kubernetes, but fairly little in regard to how you should be *developing* for Kubernetes. We hope to provide you with some guidance on how to design Kubernetes-friendly Docker containers in our newest blog post series.

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How to develop Kubernetes-friendly containerised applications, part 2

October 20th, 2017

There’s a lot out there that describes how to setup Kubernetes and how to make your container run on Kubernetes, but fairly little in regard to how you should be *developing* for Kubernetes. We hope to provide you with some guidance on how to design Kubernetes-friendly Docker containers in our newest blog post series.

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How to develop Kubernetes-friendly containerised applications, part 1

October 13th, 2017

There’s a lot out there that describes how to setup Kubernetes and how to make your container run on Kubernetes, but fairly little in regard to how you should be *developing* for Kubernetes. We hope to provide you with some guidance on how to design Kubernetes-friendly Docker containers in our newest blog post series.

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Who is using Docker containers and why? [infographic]

September 28th, 2017

Containers, and Docker in particular, are probably the most talked-about topic in the IT-world over the last few years. That’s not surprising since Docker really started the container movement since the launch in 2013. It was the first tool that made it possible to package an application with all of its dependencies into a lightweight […]

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