Kubernetes accelerates technical and business innovation through rapid development and deployment of applications. Learn how to deploy, scale, and manage your applications in a containerized environments using Kubernetes.
In this 60-minute workshop, Ross Kukulinski will review fundamental Kubernetes concepts and architecture and then will show how to containerize and deploy a multi-tier web application to Kubernetes.
Topics that will be covered include:
• Working with the Kubernetes CLI (kubectl)
• Pods, Deployments, & Services
• Manual & Automated Application Scaling
• Troubleshooting and debugging
• Persistent storage
Ross Kukulinski (@rosskukulinski) is a freelance container and DevOps consultant. His technical expertise is in architecting, developing, and deploying scalable, containerized, real-time cloud applications. When he's not fostering adoption of NodeJS, Ross can be found running applications in production using container tools including Docker, CoreOS and Kubernetes. Ross is a frequent speaker at technology conferences and events including DevOpsDays, QCon, CoreOS Fest, ContainerCamp, NodeSummit, KrankyGeek WebRTC, NodeInteractive, and Philly Tech Week. Ross has also published an O'Reilly Video Tutorial Series called Introduction to CoreOS: Learn to Deploy, Monitor, and Scale Containerized Applications.
Again I would like to thank Apprenda for assisting organizing, sponsorship as well as food for this Meetup. I would also like to thank Wildbit for graciously hosting the event at their office in Philadelphia. Thank you!
6:00 - 6:20 - Meets, Greets and Eats, Meetup Business, Sponsor Messages (Jason)
6:20 - 6:30 - K8s Port Recognizing Contributions to the Kubernetes Community (Ryan Quackenbush)
6:30 - 7:30 Kubernetes for Developers and DevOps Professionals (Ross Kukulinski)
7:40 Closing Business
We're blessed to have Ryan Quackenbush in town today and he volunteered to give his KubeCon presentation of K8s Port at the beginning of our meetup.
Recognizing the contributions made to the Kubernetes community has never been easier. By directly engaging them through a simple, gamified, performance-based system and by implementing an integration with GitHub, we’re highlighting work that’s being done amongst the members automatically.
Ryan Quackenbush is Apprenda's resident Advocacy professional. After successfully building and driving Apprenda's internal social media and community amplification hub, he’s created the Kubernetes Portal (@k8sport) to recognize and reward individuals that have made Kubernetes into the defacto standard of container orchestration. When not impersonating Ted Theodore Logan, he lives in the Capital region of New York rooting for the Mets with his wife. Follow him on twitter at @rsquackenbush
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