When does class start/end?
Classes begin promptly at 9:00 am, and typically end at 5:00 pm.
Get up and running with Kubernetes: the key to orchestration, cluster management, and microservices in production. This Kubernetes training workshop is a fast-paced engineering overview which sends...Read More
Get up and running with Kubernetes: the key to orchestration, cluster management, and microservices in production. This Kubernetes training workshop is a fast-paced engineering overview which sends you back to work ready to begin using Kubernetes in your own environment. Of the limited tools available to manage containers at scale and implement strategies like microservices pragmatically, Kubernetes strikes a delicate balance between powerful capability and ease of use. We focus on getting you up to speed quickly and attaching your use of the tool to the best practices we’ve seen adopted and proven by top-performing IT teams in the enterprise DevOps community. Led by an expert, you’ll get a walkthrough of each major feature and capability Kubernetes offers. Learn how to apply them in your own context and get access to a real-world practitioner who will walk you through demos and answer your questions in class. In two fast-paced days, you’ll be up and running with Kubernetes and ready to start making it part of your DevOps toolbox.
This Kubernetes training class is for engineering teams, leaders, and technology stakeholders who need to help their organization take the next step in orchestrating and managing containers and the services they support. The workshop is of particular benefit to:
Although it is not mandatory, students who have completed the self-paced Fundamentals of DevOps eLearning course have found it very helpful when completing this course.
Part 1: Prerequisites – Kubernetes Foundations
Part 2: Core Concepts of Kubernetes
Part 3: Navigating Kubernetes Architecture
Part 4: Using Kubernetes Features
Part 5: Security and Kubernetes
Part 6: Networking and Kubernetes
Part 7: Cluster Add-ons
Part 8: Practical Kubernetes Examples
Part 9: Continuous Integration with Kubernetes
Part 10: Roadmap/Beta
Part 11: Class conclusion – Implementation, Q and A, Next Steps