Kubernetes Koncepts

7th August 2020
Speaker Date: 6th August 2020
Speaker Time: EDT: 20:00-00:00
Attendee Date: 7th August 2020
Attendee Time: IST: 05:30-09:30 | SGT: 08:00-12:00 | AEST: 10:00-14:00
Duration: 180 mins
Jonathan Johnson
Independent Software Architect

Kubernetes has become the de-facto orchestrator for containers and now is the best way to start engaging with portable distributed computing. This workshop is for software application developers who want to understand what Kubernetes is all about and how it works. It can be a seemingly complex ecosystem full of terms, architectures, and misinformation. We will break it down so you have a solid understanding of how it works so you can start writing applications that run on this distributed platform.

We will cover many topics such as:

  • Rise of Kubernetes and containers
  • Terms and architecture
  • What does it give me?
  • App Patterns on Kubernetes
  • Building, deploying, serving, and observing apps on Kubernetes.
  • Hands on labs

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