Katacoda was honoured to lead Contino’s second-ever DevOps Breakfast Club! In this fun hands-on workshop, we took a focus on the foundations of Kubernetes. The Workshop was an opportunity for engineers who already had an understanding of containers but wanted to expand their knowledge and how containers worked at scale and in production.
The Breakfast club runs from 9am to lunch time meaning it was critical that everyone could get started on time, this is where Katacoda was essential! By having everything in the browser, attendees were able to get started without having to worry about downloads and configuration or even having to worry about their laptops crashing when going back to work. The group was working through content and live scenarios from the Katacoda platform all structured and properly configured for Kubernetes.
We went through:
How to initialise a Kubernetes cluster
How to deploy and manage applications
How to use databases on Kubernetes
How to monitoring containers
How to Run Kubernetes in the cloud
By the end of the workshop, with the help of a couple of Bacon rolls and a few re-fills of tea and coffee, the class of 30 people had grasped the foundations of Kubernetes and were now ready and fully confident in deploying their applications but also now knew how to take their next steps to continue their adaptation.
If you are interested in what the attendees completed, you can try Katacoda at https://katacoda.com/. Create your free account and have a look for yourself at the wide range of training courses on our platform. You will be working directly from a live system in your browser without having to worry about the hassle of downloads or configuration. You will be able to experiment with the latest technologies with a guided pathway consisting of step by step scenarios, quizzes and challenges. You will also be able to follow the material alongside a live, interactive environment configured with the required technologies such as Docker and Kubernetes.
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