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Kubernetes: Enterprise Logging Workshop - SOLD OUT

Workshop Details

Kubernetes provide a powerful abstraction for you to run microservices anywhere and scale to any size. Monitoring a Kubernetes cluster can be challenging specifically when dealing with Logging.

The Kubernetes Enterprise Logging workshop is a full hands-on session where you will learn the basics of Logging, how to implement an unified logging layer in your cluster focusing on an end-to-end solution ready for production. 

Workshop Outline: 

  • Introduction to Logging
  • Logging and Microservices
  • Fluentd and Fluentd Enterprise
  • Kubernetes: collecting and enrich logs with metadata
  • Enterprise Logging:
    • Performance and optimizations
    • Buffering mechanisms
    • Logs routing
    • Elasticsearch
    • Apache Kafka
    • Splunk

Date: Tuesday, December 5
Time: 8:00am - 12:00pm
Location: Austin Convention Center, room TBA
Registration Cost: Free

How to Register:
SOLD OUT 

 

Kubernetes Hands-On Workshop w/Heptio

Workshop Details

In this one-day hands-on course you will deploy Kubernetes and Containers to build out a distributed, highly available, fault tolerant application architecture. Throughout the course, hands-on exercises reinforce the topics being discussed.

Topics and Exercises: 

  • Introduction
  • Deploy a Kubernetes Cluster
  • Containerize Applications
  • Deploy Applications
  • Manage and Modify Applications
  • ConfigMaps and Secrets
  • Persistent Volumes

Date: Tuesday, December 5
Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Location: Austin Convention Center, room TBA
Registration Cost: $1,000 - 10% discount offered if paired with Introduction to Kubernetes and Containers Training (until November 6, 2017)

How to Register:
Pre-registration is required. Add this course to your existing KubeCon + CloudNative North America registration here

 

Kubernetes on AWS Hands-On Workshop, taught by AWS

Workshop Details

Kubernetes is a popular cloud-native open-source orchestration platform for container management, scaling and automated deployment. It includes a rich set of features such as service discovery, multi-tenancy, stateful containers, resource usage monitoring, and rolling updates. Some of the questions we will go over are: 

  • How do we deploy using infrastructure technologies like CloudFormation and Terraform?
  • How can CLI clients such as kops, kubeadm and minikube be used to interact with Kubernetes?
  • What does a clean CI/CD pipeline look like using AWS?
  • How do we integrate with tools such as Maven?

In this code-driven workshop, you will learn how to package, deploy, scale and monitor your Java application using Kubernetes and the AWS cloud.

Date: Tuesday, December 5
Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Location: Austin Convention Center, room TBA
Registration Cost: $50 - fee goes toward KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Diversity Scholarships

How to Register:
Pre-registration is required. Add this course to your existing KubeCon + CloudNative North America registration here

 

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