Registration for this training will close on Monday, June 3, 2019.
This training is an onsite preparation for the Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD) exam. You’ll spend one full day reviewing and practicing all of the concepts covered by the official CKAD curriculum. On the second day, you’ll get the opportunity to take the two-hour proctored exam and leave Velocity an official Certified Kubernetes Application Developer.
All certification fees are included in the training fee along with a complimentary six-month subscription to O’Reilly’s learning platform, where we’ve curated a collection of books, videos, and live online training courses that will fully prepare you to master Kubernetes and pass the exam. You’ll get access to the learning platform immediately upon registering for this training package.
This training is not for beginners. In order to pass the Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD) exam, you will need to prepare in advance by meeting the prerequisites listed in the section below (or some equivalent).
At the end of the training, you will not only be ready to take and pass the CKAD exam but will have also refined your Kubernetes skills and be ready to build and manage Kubernetes applications. You can choose to take the exam at either 9:00am or 1:30pm onsite during the second day of this session. If you don’t pass the exam on your first try, you’ll be given the opportunity to retake the exam at no extra cost on the day and time of your choosing.
Day 1: Test preparation
Day one of this hands-on training will be divided into four 90-minute sections. You will be given a set of exercises to practice your Kubernetes skills, refresh and tune your kubectl client skills, and become more proficient in writing manifests quickly.
Kubernetes API overview
Deep dive into pods
Day 2: Examination
CKAD exam will be administered at 9:00am or 1:30pm on June 11, 2019.
Sébastien Goasguen built his first compute cluster while working on his PhD in the late ‘90s when they were still called Beowulf clusters; he’s been working on making computing a utility since then. He’s been focused on containers and container orchestration, creating a Kubernetes startup Skippbox where he created kompose, Cabin, and kubeless. Active in the serverless community, he cofounded TriggerMesh, a serverless management platform that builds on top of Kubernetes and Knative. He can be found hiking the Jura or at open source conferences. He’s the author of the Docker Cookbook and coauthor of the Kubernetes Cookbook.
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