Docker Captain, Microsoft MVP, Google Developer Expert (GDE), speaker, Pluralsight author.
Microsoft MVP, Pluralsight author, ex-AWS cloud solutions architect, former engineer at Microsoft.
Microsoft MVP, Pluralsight author, Founder of Centino Systems, SQL, PowerShell, & Kubernetes expert.
This introductory course shows you how to get started with containers and Kubernetes completely from scratch.
In this kick-off session we chat with Kelsey Hightower from Google about the current state of Kubernetes and what you should be thinking about as the industry continues to move forward. When and why should you use Kubernetes? Mike, Dan, and Anthony discuss this with Kelsey and we take Q&A from a live audience.
In this session we will introduce Kubernetes and deep dive into each component and its responsibility in a cluster. We will also look at and demonstrate higher-level abstractions such as Services, Controllers, and Deployments and how they can be used to ensure the desired state of an application and data platform deployed in Kubernetes. By the end of this session, you will understand what's needed to put your applications and data platform in production in a Kubernetes cluster.
Once you’ve learned about some of the core concepts of Kubernetes we’ll look at how we can get a multi-container application deployed. This will include discussing the YAML files involved, kubectl commands that can be used, as well as additional considerations to know about. By the end of this session we’ll have an application running in Kubernetes and will wrap up with a closer look at the role of Deployments and ReplicaSets for managing Pods. At this point you may wonder if there’s a more automated way to get containers running in Kubernetes? That will be the topic of the last session.
In this last section of day one we'll dive into automated build and release scenarios with Kubernetes and Azure DevOps. We'll explore the fundamental concepts of Azure Pipelines and how teams automate deployments to the Azure cloud platform. You'll walk away with a clear picture on how to create a pipeline that continuously builds and deploys your app to an Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) cluster with Azure DevOps.
This virtual workshop is delivered 100% online. You can enroll in this free course and watch the video replay.
Nope. This workshop is designed for anyone who is completely new to Docker and/or Kubernetes. It doesn't matter if you're a developer or an operations engineer.
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Yes. We'll provide access to all of the scripts and samples we use throughout the event inside the CloudSkills.io portal.
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