Kubernetes: Getting Started

  • Wednesday 27 May, 2020
  • 17:00 CEST
  • Free to attend
  • This event is remote.

    There will be limited space, so please only sign-up if you can attend.


This two-hour taster will cover the most fundamental concepts and features of Kubernetes, ensuring you have the basics needed to work with this container orchestrator.

There will be limited spaces available so please only sign up if you are able to attend.


Key Takeaways

  • Mental model of Kubernetes, its architecture and components
  • How to interact with Kubernetes
  • How to run a simple workload 


Who should attend?

Software developers, DevOps engineers, and application architects who want to gain a basic working knowledge of Kubernetes and how it can make application development faster and more resilient.

You will need:

  • No prior knowledge of Kubernetes
  • Experience using Docker to build and run containerised applications
  • Basic knowledge of Cloud Native concepts, software development and Linux

Meet your trainers

Gabrielle Beyer started her career doing CI/CD and development for an Open Source Linux distribution, then shifted to work on an OCI compliant runtime. She enjoys working on development projects (especially if they are in Python or Go), building end-to-end solutions, and learning about all most things cloud native.

Aleksandr Guljajev builds applications in the cloud :partly_sunny:️. He puts them together and HOPEFULLY it’s Kubernetes, and sometimes it is. Then his eyes light up. K, u, b, e, c, t, l are the most worn out keys on his laptop.


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