Ready to dive a little deeper into the world of Kubernetes? Understand the first principles of a cloud-native infrastructure, and then dig into our lab environment to containerize and deploy your first application on Kubernetes. This training is designed for attendees who are early in their cloud-native journey—you will walk out with more knowledge of basic concepts and greater comfort in working with containers.
- Learn about Containers and use Docker files to containerize applications
- Become familiar with authoring YAML files and their syntax
- Understand Kubernetes from a user facing concept perspective (Pods, Services, Deployments, Labels, etc.)
- Become familiar with kubectl and its commands/usage
- Understand the Cloud Native and design principles of Kubernetes and its architecture
- and more
- Laptop with the latest version of Chrome or Firefox
- Linux concepts and command line proficiency
- General networking proficiency
|9:45am–10:00am||Virtual Registration and Audio/Visual Testing
|10:00am–10:45am||Introduction to Containers|
|10:45am–11:30am||Containerize Applications (Lab)|
|12:00pm–12:45pm||Deploy Applications with Kubernetes (Lab)|
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We look forward to you joining us.