Kubernetes has emerged as the leading platform for containerized applications. Jason Hansen and Sean Knox offer a deep dive into Kubernetes, from concept to implementation, sharing detailed explanations of its architecture, security, and use cases. You’ll also experiment with the Kubernetes CLI on a production-class cluster.
Day 1: Kubernetes fundamentals
Setting the stage for Kubernetes
A brief history of Kubernetes
Kubernetes building blocks
What makes a Kubernetes cluster?
Running in Kubernetes
Wrap-up and Q&A
Day 2: Advanced Kubernetes
Resource types in depth
kubectl in depth
Production cluster anatomy
Wrap-up and Q&A
Jason Hansen is a program manager working on Azure Container Service (ACS) at Microsoft, which he joined through its acquisition of Deis. Jason has a knack for breaking things—it may be the result of years of bad luck or that he spent too much time grappling with infrastructure software and hardware. Either way, Kubernetes is his home now, and he spends his time working to make it easier for teams to build amazing applications.
Sean Knox is a friendgineer working on Azure Container Services and Kubernetes at Microsoft. Previously, he was part of Deis’s solutions architecture team helping teams make this crazy containers thing work best for them. He lives in San Francisco with his partner and their tuxedo cat.
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