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Can rkt+kubernetes provide a real alternative to Docker?

Last week in LinuxCon/ContainerCon Berlin, I attended a presentation by Luca Bruno of CoreOS, where he described how kubernetes, the most popular container orchestration and scheduling service, and rkt integrate. As part of the presentation, Luca delved into the rkt architecture. For … Continue reading

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Can Early Markets Survive Without Product Management?

In earlier articles, especially here, we have discussed why great product management is crucial to a company’s success. It is the role that is responsible for a product as a whole, the only one that aligns what the product should do, what features … Continue reading

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The Hidden Dangers of Interim Solutions

One of the hardest challenges in business is knowing when to use an interim solution and when to start over from scratch. From a pure financial perspective, interim solutions almost always win out. I see this regularly in the software industry. The progress … Continue reading

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Premium Pricing Just Doesn’t Last

If there is one truism in the technology market, it is that premium pricing just doesn’t last. If you are first to succeed in a new market – which is distinct from first to a market – then you often … Continue reading

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