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 - Helm & Monocular: The easiest way to discover and deploy your favorite applications on Kubernetes

If you’re just getting started with Kubernetes, you might be looking for a simple way to launch and discover your favorite applications you most likely use in a VM or even locally already. That’s where Helm & Monocular go hand-in hand and will help simplify your Kubernetes usage.

With Helm, you are able to a deploy a secure, and up-to-date, containerized application (also called a Helm Chart) with just a single command.

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Wednesday, September 13, 2017


9.00 AM PT

Adnan is a software engineer turned DevOps fanboy. He has been working with containers and Kubernetes and is a core maintainer of Helm and Kubernetes Charts, and SIG-Apps co-lead.

Janakiram MSV

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.

Adnan Abdulhussein


Core Contributor to the Helm Project & Software Engineer for Bitnami

Why Helm charts make it simple to launch your favorite applications on Kubernetes

How to install Helm to deploy your first Helm Chart

How to find and launch your favorite applications via Monocular

What to expect?

Primary Sponsor


Google Cloud Platform Credits

Building CI/CD Pipelines with Jenkins and Kubernetes

Watch the Recording of the Last Webinar