Tailored Kubernetes Training for Corporate Teams
The Private Instructor-Led Classroom Training is intended for operators and DevOps engineers who are planning to bootstrap and operate fault-tolerant Kubernetes clusters in production.
Attend this course to understand how everything fits together to run distributed applications on Kubernetes and learn how to start designing and operating orchestration solutions.
Whether you are interested in security / networking or looking into extending the platform through custom resource definitions, you may choose to focus on either cluster operations or running applications on top of it.
Join this сourse to:
Understand how Kubernetes handles container-based distributed workloads
Get practical skills required to spin up a Kubernetes cluster
Learn how to successfully operate and manage Kubernetes clusters
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With 10+ years in software engineering, he is an expert in cloud automation and designing architectures for complex cloud-based systems. An active member of the Go community and a frequent contributor to open-source projects (Ubuntu, Juju Charms, etc.), Sergey has authored a series of popular blog posts on Golang internals. He has also designed and delivered a range of training courses on Cloud Foundry, Kubernetes and cloud-native development for DevOps engineers, software developers, and architects.
Cloud Foundry engineer at Altoros
Skilled in IBM DB2, Perl, Oracle Database, Maven, and Java Message Service (JMS), he is also an experienced site reliability engineer with a demonstrated history of administering distributed systems. The most recent projects Christian has been engaged in include deployment of infrastructure-as-code on AWS and enterprise-grade Cloud Foundry deployment to multiple data centers along with setup of automation and monitoring solutions.
Cloud Foundry/DevOps Engineer
Eight years of experience in system administration. He specializes in systems for IT monitoring and management, such as BOSH, a tool that can handle the full life cycle of large distributed systems, e.g., Cloud Foundry. His other professional interests include Linux container tuning techniques for maximum performance. In addition, Aleksey is an IBM Tivoli Certified Specialist. Aleksey is perfectly familiar with all the stages of the Cloud Foundry deployment process. He has installed and configured Cloud Foundry components, integrated services, has done troubleshooting, and other deployment and maintenance tasks.
Cloud Foundry Engineer
He has over 12 years of experience in IT, including distributed systems administration, monitoring systems, and Cloud Foundry related activities. Konstantin is experienced with a wide range of operating systems, including RHEL, IBM AIX, etc. In addition, he is an IBM Tivoli certified specialist. He has a strong expertise in planning Cloud Foundry deployments and deploying the PaaS on a variety of infrastructures (e.g., OpenStack, VMware) and also in enabling continuous integration with Jenkins CI and Concourse CI.
Cloud Platforms Architect
Ryan has over 9 years experience in software engineering. He has done 10+ Kubernetes installations and 10+ CF installations during the last 6 months. Ryan has extensive experience in design and implementation of fully automated CI, CD pipelines. Has been using Java and Go to implement projects for the cloud for over 4 years. Among his specialties are BOSH and Cloud Foundry, Pivotal Cloud Foundry, GCP, AWS and vCenter, Go programming, full-stack cloud-native platform operations, DevOps and Service Integrations.