305-998-7702 | 415-800-2922 info@rx-m.com

The Official RX-M Blog & News

As participants in the cloud-native space, we share our consulting, research and training experience as well as provide competitive analysis and deep dives of cloud-native toolchains.

New Release: Knative Foundation Training

(Feb. 6 2019) - As the leading training and courseware developer in the open source cloud native space, RX-M is proud to announce its new Knative Foundation course. This intensive hands-on course takes attendees on a comprehensive tour of the open source...

RX-M Announces Apache Software Foundation Sponsorship

(Feb. 4 2019) - RX-M is proud to be a Bronze-level sponsor of The Apache Software Foundation, the long-standing non-profit organization with a mission of providing software for the public good. The ASF has developed and championed more than 350 open source...

RX-M Consultant Speaks at First KubeCon + CloudNativeCon China

(Aug. 16 2018) - Christopher Hanson, a Senior Associate Consultant at RX-M, spoke at the inaugural KubeCon + CloudNativeCon China beginning November 13, 2018. The schedule announced by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) included 2 separate...

RX-M Managing Partner Becomes CNCF Cloud Native Ambassador

(Jun. 26 2018) - RX-M is proud to announce that Managing Partner, Randy Abernethy, has become a Cloud Native Ambassador. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) began the Ambassador program with the goal of empowering community members to promote cloud...

Get Certified: RX-M Launches 4-Day CKAD Boot Camp/Exam Bundle

(May 2 2018) - RX-M is now offering a 4-day course that concludes with attendees taking the Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD) exam. The instructor-led program covers topics most relevant for preparing for the CKAD exam. The course is available...

CRCP – The Curiously Reoccurring Communications Pattern

Curiously Reoccurring Things (Apr. 16 2018) - This is an article about the Curiously Reoccurring Communications Pattern, CRCP[1] for short. The CRCP name was inspired by the C++ CRTP[2], the “Curiously Reoccurring Template Pattern”, a C++ coding pattern identified in...