Mastering Kubernetes - One Webinar at a Time
Join the Experts from the Kubernetes Ecosystem
Announcing the Kubernetes Webinar Series
Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerised applications. This monthly webinar series aims to help developers and operators learn the concepts of Kubernetes from the experts with experience in managing production workloads. Each month we bring a new webinar that is focused on a theme related to developing, deploying, managing, and scaling microservices.
Upcoming Webinar - Exploring Daemon Sets and Jobs
Apart from running stateless and stateful workloads, Kubernetes can be used to run batch jobs and scheduled jobs. Daemon Sets ensure that each node of the cluster run a specific pod that may provide logging, monitoring, or storage capabilities to applications. This webinar will explore Daemon Sets and Cron Jobs in Kubernetes.
Tuesday, May 30, 2017
9.00 AM PST
Joseph is a founder of Kismatic (the enterprise Kubernetes company, recently acquired by Apprenda), founder of KubeCon (the Kubernetes community conference, now owned and run by CNCF after being donated where he is also a founding member). He has spent the last 10 years working in high growth technology startups with a focus on enterprise software and SOA / middleware and more recently Linux container technology. Joseph is currently an EIR at Quantum Corporation working on ideas and plans to start a new company while also helping with Rook.
Principal Analyst, Janakiram & Associates
Janakiram is an analyst, architect, and advisor. He is a Google Developer Expert for Cloud and Ambassador for Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Janakiram advises startups from the microservices and IoT domains. He worked at Microsoft, AWS, and Alcatel-Lucent.
Entrepreneur in Residence, Quantum
Configuring Daemon Sets
Scheduling Cron Jobs
Alternative Strategies to Daemon Sets
What to expect?
Google Cloud Platform Credits
Kubernetes - Scaling and Managing Deployments
Watch the Recording of the Last Webinar