Kubernetes is a fast-growing and rapidly evolving technology that countless companies are adopting. Learning a new technology as complex as Kubernetes can be overwhelming, and it’s hard to know where to start. The 5-part Kubernetes Core Concepts Learning Path on KubeAcademy is designed to build your foundational knowledge. To help guide you as you dive into Core Concepts, we’re hosting monthly office hours focused on each course within the Learning Path.
This webinar will focus on the Workloads and Security course. After a brief introduction, KubeAcademy instructor Ryan Schneider will proceed to host a live Q&A to answer your questions about the course material. Completing this course is not a prerequisite to attending this webinar.
During the session, we’ll review:
We hope to see you there!
|8:30–9:00||Welcome & Breakfast|
|9:30–11:00||Super fun talk here|
|11:00–12:00||An early lunch|
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