Docker and Kubernetes Workshops
Learn About Containers
CloudOps provides hands-on workshops to help your team better understand the Docker and Kubernetes ecosystems, as well as how to implement containers in to your architecture. As the leaders of the Canadian Kubernetes communities, we are in a unique position to provide insight on new features, production use cases and adoption challenges.
Who should attend?
- DevOps practioners
- technical decision makers
Why should I attend?
You are looking to get started using Kubernetes in development and production.
You are already using Kubernetes and want to deepen your knowledge.
Docker and Kubernetes
Take your understanding to the next level with this two day workshop. It is geared to move your thinking forward, while bridging the gap between virtualization, containers and microservices. This course will level the playing field between technical and business stakeholders, as well as facilitate taking your organization and applications to this new delivery model.
Duration: 2 days
On Premise: $2500/attendee (minimum 6 attendees)
- Introduction to Microservices
- Docker Basics
- Advanced Docker
- Managing Docker
- Docker Tooling
- Docker Ecosystem
- Kubernetes Ecosystem, Kubernetes 101
- Kubernetes Concepts and features
- Storage and Stateful Sets
- Packaging Applications with Helm
All of our workshops include labs
Duration: 1 day
On Premise: $1500/attendee (minimum 6 attendees)
- Overview – The State of DevOps
- Concourse CI
- GitLab CI
- Jenkins Pipeline
- Trying It All Together – Pipelines and Orchestrators
Docker and Kubernetes Operations
Duration: 2 days
On Premise: $3000/attendee (minimum 3 attendees)
Good understanding of Docker and Kubernetes concepts and features.
- Advanced Scheduling
- Advanced Networking
- Advanced Helm
- Third Party Resources
- Kubernetes Operators
- Rkt as an alternative to Docker and CRI
- Cloud Provider Configurations
- Securing etcd
- Cluster High Availability
- Logging Best Practices
- Monitoring and Alerting Best Practices
- Deployment Best Practices
- Microservices Best Practices