This one day course serves as a crash course to learn the basics of Kubernetes right before KubeCon EU. You will learn its architecture and how to deploy it. You will then learn how to use its basic primitives (i.e pods, deployments and services) to build your own distributed application. The course will be a mix of lectures, demos and hands-on exercises.
This training course is for you because...
You’re an application developer and want to understand how to prepare your containerized application for Kubernetes.
You’re an application developer who is building Docker images and want to learn how to use those images in Kubernetes.
You’re an application developer and want to understand the Kubernetes core API objects to configure your application.
You’re a system administrator and want to understand how to manage containerized applications in a cluster.
You’re a system administrator and want to run system daemons in your cluster like the same way you manage end-user application.
You’re a system administrator and want to understand how to monitor and collect logs in a Kubernetes cluster.
CNCF is hosting a Hackfest, SIGs & Working Groups Meetup that will provide a face-to-face venue where developers, contributors and community members can connect and share ideas.
Date: Tuesday, March 28
Times: 9:00 - 18:00 (see schedule for specific times)
Location: Berlin Congress Center (BCC)
Who Should Attend: Open to all attendees, but space is limited and is based upon a first come, first served basis.
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The analyst and media communities are uniquely placed to see all sides of the cloud native story and beyond. So what do they REALLY think about the approach?
This candid moderated Q&A panel discussion gives attendees unprecedented insight into the minds of the top journalists and research experts who are reporting on, and driving opinion around, the cloud native space.
For example, what are the industry and market trends in the container and orchestration markets from a media and analyst points of view? What’s working well? What areas risk falling by the wayside? What has the most potential? What are the biggest threats?
The session will include live Q&A too. So, whether you want to know what’s around the next cloud native corner or simply how best to get a journalist’s attention to write about your company, this is the ideal opportunity to find out.
CoreOS has extended its container image registry, Quay, so that it can manage and store complete Kubernetes applications, which are composed of images along with configuration files. Quay now delivers a first-of-its-kind Kubernetes Application Registry that with this release is also integrated with Kubernetes Helm so that deployment of an application can be completely automated.
Over the past few months, the Quay team has been laying the foundation for the first Kubernetes Application Registry. On the server side, we’ve added an experimental registry API to Quay and a minimal UI enabling the storage, discovery, and management of complete applications. On the client side, we’ve created a registry plugin for Helm, the Kubernetes package manager, that brings all of these features to the ecosystem of Helm applications, known as Charts. One of the most interesting new features introduced to both Quay and Helm is the concept of customizable release channels, much like how CoreOS ships Alpha, Beta, and Stable channels for Container Linux releases. All of this is done through a community-driven API specification, called App Registry, that enables Kubernetes ecosystem to develop more sophisticated tools and more reliable deployment pipelines. This ultimately delivers a Kubernetes Application Registry.
Join Brandon Philips to learn about CoreOS Quay and how it works to store containers and applications for Kubernetes, and get involved.
ewerk GmbH is Germany's oldest preserved commercial power plant and is a worldwide magnet for technology aficionados. The venue will be transformed into a local Berlin arts scene, including:
Buses depart from the bcc from 17:45 - 18:15 and will shuttle back from ewerk to the bcc and to the Hotel Indigo/Holiday Inn.