Kubernetes (K8S) is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containers. In this hands-on workshop, we'll cover everything you need to sound smart at a job interview and begin your Kubernetes learning journey. Our journey will begin with explaining what Kubernetes is, and how application infrastructure evolved to get us to this point. We'll have hand-on demos that cover: building a container with our own code, deploying containers to a Kubernetes cluster, deploying complex applications with the Helm Package Manager, how people see our cluster with Kubernetes Networking, and other common Kubernetes API Objects.
Since this is a hands-on workshop, please bring a laptop or other computer capable of connecting to WiFi and connecting to a computer via SSH. The speaker will provide a work environment in the public cloud for all students.
Aaron Chamberlain - DevOps Engineer at Lawrence Livermore National Labs
About the Speaker
Aaron Chamberlain is a DevOps engineer who does a little of everything. He earned a Bachelors in Computer Engineering and a Masters in Information Systems with a focus in Cyber Security. He has professional experience in Systems Administration, Embedded Engineering, Web Development, and even operating a TV station.
2311 North Tracy Blvd, Suite A, Tracy, CA 95376
Parking and Basic Information
The venue has plenty of no-cost parking. The event will be held in a conference room within the main building which can be found next to In-Shape.