Attendees must be familiar with Linux, basic shell and scripting (Bash/Python), Git (clone, commit, pull, etc.), VMs, and public IaaS infrastructure.
Attendees must have a Linux or Mac OS laptop (or a Windows laptop with VirtualBox installed), as well as a GitHub account. Go to Vagrantbox.es and pick your favorite Linux distribution (Ubuntu, CentOS, etc.).
This training is for you because:
Containerized applications grow in use every day. In addition, a number of tools and frameworks are available to implement containerized applications. However, concrete strategies to start your organization on the path to containerization are not widespread. Guidance about what to use and when to use it helps you succeed in the long term.
Michael Hausenblas provides a gentle introduction to building and operating containerized applications at scale. The first day focuses on the basics of building app using containers; the second day expands this knowledge, focusing on the operations (monitoring, upgrades, etc.) of these apps. You’ll learn how to transition from an application to a docker container; how to handle orchestration when changes happen; how to scale your container approach; and how containerization reduces your risks of downtime.
Michael Hausenblas is a developer advocate at Mesosphere, where he helps app ops build and operate distributed applications. Michael’s background is in large-scale data integration, Hadoop, NoSQL datastores, the IoT, and web applications; he’s also experienced in advocacy and standardization at W3C and IETF. Michael contributes to open source software (Kubernetes, Apache Mesos, Apache Myriad, etc.) and shares his experience with distributed operating systems and large-scale data processing through blog posts and public speaking engagements.
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