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Issue 17: Containers

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This issue of Increment shares practical considerations and functional approaches to containerization, and examines the container ecosystem’s scope, scale, and panoramic possibilities. 

Articles explore how developers can use containers to build more flexible, reliable, and scalable systems, how to strengthen container security and achieve continuous compliance with best practices, and how to leverage the three pillars of observability to collect more valuable container data. The issue also covers topics such as how engineering leaders can effectively support teams considering a container migration, and how to harness open-source software and open specifications to enable a move to the cloud.

Plus, we interview Kubernetes co-creator Joe Beda about the origins and evolution of the project, and speak to engineering leaders at Datadog, Braze, and BetterUp about their approaches to container tools, testing, monitoring, and migration.

  • Contributions by 
  • Safia Abdalla
  • Ipsita Agarwal
  • Husayn Arrah
  • Frederic Branczyk
  • Brendan Burns
  • Nočnica Fee
  • Ayden Férdeline
  • Glenn Fleishman
  • Michael Hausenblas
  • Stefan Kruger
  • Andrew Leonard
  • Liz Rice
  • Amit Saha
  • Nina Schiff
  • Ifeoluwa Sobogun
  • Chris Stokel-Walker
  • Tramale Turner
  • Lucy Wyman
  • Published May 2021
  • 104 pages
  • 6.5” × 9.5”
Increment is printed at Hemlock Printers in Burnaby, BC, Canada. Increment’s paper stock is made with 30% post-consumer recycled content and is FSC® certified by NEPCon, a partner of the Rainforest Alliance. Production of this magazine is 100% carbon neutral, via offsetting through Hemlock’s ZERO Carbon Neutral Printing Program.