Kubernetes Hands-on Training

We are running hands-on Containers and Kubernetes training in San Francisco on Tuesday, March 27, 2018. If you are new to Containers, this is a really good workshop you wouldn’t want to miss. Your instructor is Erin McKean who is awesome, she is the founder of Wordnik and loves APIs!

After attending the workshop developers will learn:

  • Understand the value that containers can bring to your applications
  • Differentiate between containers and VMs
  • Container orchestration (Kubernetes/K8s)
  • The value that containers can bring to your applications
  • How to differentiate between containers and VMs
  • The basics of containers
  • The current landscape of container orchestration and get hands-on practice with orchestrating your own containers with a simple Kubernetes exercise

Register for this workshop.

Containers (Microservices) 101: Lunch and Learn – Video Recording

In September we hosted another successful Lunch and Learn event. This time we covered Containers 101 (Microservices) and of course we served a delicious lunch.  If you are in San Francisco, definitely consider coming to our next free event.

Here is what Andy Shi and Anthony Amanse, our in-house Containers experts covered:

  • What is a Container (Microservice), how it works and what are its benefits?
  • Explain the 12-factors app, a modern methodology for building software-as-a-service apps, and how to get there
  • What transitions are needed to get from monolithic architecture to micro-services app using Containers (Microservices)
  • The Docker build command, demonstrating the Docker repo and images
  • How to use Cloud Foundry (Bluemix) “cf” command to push and run a container

If you missed the event or simply would like to watch the recoding, check it out below.