The third installment of our (probably) 4-part Kubernetes Education will be September 6th.
Now that everyone following along with the courseware has gone through both understanding how Kubernetes is put together, and deploying some local clusters on the laptop, it's time to move on to some usage patterns!
This month, we'll be looking at accessing a cluster through kubectl and the dashboard, as well as deploying some basic applications. We'll talk about the kubeconfig, where to get keys to a cluster, and a bit about RBAC. We'll also probably write some sort of 'Hello World!' app to deploy.
While participation is not mandatory for attendance, anyone wishing to participate in the exercises will need to bring an appropriate laptop. To make life easier for anyone who didn't come last month, we'll default to using minikube for these exercises, so you will need some virtualization software on your laptop (VBox, KVM, Hyper-V, etc).
As always, all future sessions will continue to build on the principles we cover, so please encourage interested parties to attend, even just to listen!
We hope to see you all there!