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In this cloud native bootcamp, you will quickly learn the core skills you need to develop high performance, secure containerized applications and orchestrate them on Kubernetes before deep diving into advanced techniques for streamlining the container development process, instrumenting containers for production systems, and building fully containerized continuous integration pipelines. This bundle is meant to accelerate the containerization journey for developers and devops teams, by helping them take full advantage of all the opportunities containerization offers. Course Duration: 40hrs Who Should Attend This course is targeted at students with the following: Motivations: Quickly learn the foundations of containerization and Kubernetes before developing container-native applications and fully containerized continuous integration. Roles: Developers, application architects, devops Course Prerequisites Familiarity with the bash shell  Filesystem navigation and manipulation Command line text editors like vim or nano Common tooling like curl, wget and ping Read More

CN251 is an intensive training bootcamp for IT professionals looking to develop skills in deploying and administering containerized applications in Kubernetes.  Over the course of five days, students will start with learning about first principles for application containerization followed by learning how to stand up a containerized application in Kubernetes, and, finally, ramping up the skills for day-1 operating tasks for managing a Kubernetes production environment.  CN251 is an ideal course for those who need to accelerate the development of their IT skills for a rapidly-changing technology landscape.  Course Duration: 40hrs Who Should Attend:  Motivations: Use and manage containers from first principles & architect basic applications for Kubernetes Role: general technical audiences & IT professionals Course Prerequisites: At least six months experience in cloud infrastructure administration Familiarity with the Bash shell  Filesystem navigation and manipulation Command line text editors like vim or nano Common tooling like curl, wget and ping Familiarity with YAML and JSON notation   Read More

In this intense bootcamp, you’ll encounter containers for the first time, learn to orchestrate them into scalable, highly available applications orchestrated by Docker Swarm, and finally discover how to enhance the security of your entire software supply chain and production environments using Mirantis Kubernetes Engine and Mirantis Secure Registry. This bundle is ideal for students who are just starting out with containerization and want to leverage the full power of Swarm and the Mirantis orchestration platform as soon as possible. Course Duration: 32hrs Who Should Attend This course is targeted at students with the following: Motivations: Quickly learn the foundations of containerization and orchestration with Swarm, and become familiar with all the features of Mirantis Kubernetes Engine and Mirantis Secure Registry. Roles: System Operators & Administrators Course Prerequisites Familiarity with the bash shell  Filesystem navigation and manipulation Command line text editors like vim or nano Common tooling like curl, wget and ping Read More

In this course, you’ll learn how to create and manage individual containers using the Docker Engine. We’ll cover best practices in container image design and container deployment and auditing, as well as an introduction to single-node container networking and storage. This course is best practices focused and is designed to enable rapid successful adoption of containerization from first principles. Who Should Attend This course is targeted at students with the following: Motivations: Begin creating high performance containers for new or existing applications Roles: General technical audiences & IT professionals Course Prerequisites Familiarity with the bash shell Filesystem navigation and manipulation Command line text editors like vim or nano Common tooling like curl, wget and ping Recommended Follow Up Courses CN110, CN120 Bundle Up and save! :CN251,CN252  .youtube-video-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; padding-top: 30px; height: 0; overflow:hidden; } .youtube-video-container iframe, .youtube-video-container embed, .youtube-video-container object { position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%; } Read More

In this course, you’ll learn what a containerized application looks like when orchestrated by Docker Swarm. We’ll cover scheduling workloads across a cluster, networking stateless and stateful applications, provisioning dynamic configuration and persistent storage, and scaling highly available applications in this course intended to set a strong foundation in orchestration for all technical roles.   Who Should Attend This course is targeted at students with the following: Motivations: Develop, operate or manage scalable containerized applications orchestrated by Docker Swarm. Roles: General technical audiences & IT professionals Course Prerequisites CN100 course or equivalent experience Familiarity with the bash shell Filesystem navigation and manipulation Command line text editors like vim or nano Common tooling like curl, wget and ping Familiarity with YAML and JSON notation Recommended Follow Up Courses Mirantis Kubernetes Engine (MKE) | CN212 Bundle Up: Mirantis Cloud Native Platform Bootcamp | CN254   .youtube-video-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; padding-top: 30px; height: 0; overflow:hidden; } .youtube-video-container iframe, .youtube-video-container embed, .youtube-video-container object { position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%; } Read More

Whether your focus is on developing containerized applications or managing a container-centric infrastructure, CN120 introduces Kubernetes container orchestration for everyone involved in the software development life cycle. Through a real-world approach for design and deployment considerations, students can expect to learn about the foundational Kubernetes components required for application workloads. Specifically, students will examine Kubernetes architecture, explore how Kubernetes objects work together for running an application, and learn how Kubernetes makes use of computing, networking, and storage resources. Who Should Attend This course is targeted at students with the following: Motivations: General technical audiences & IT professionals Roles: Architect basic applications for Kubernetes Course Prerequisites Familiarity with the bash shell Filesystem navigation and manipulation Command line text editors like vim or nano Common tooling like curl, wget and ping Familiarity with YAML and JSON notation Recommended Follow Up Courses Kubernetes Operations | CN220 Kubernetes Native Application Development | CN230 Bundle Up: Cloud Native Operations Bootcamp | CN251 Bundle Up: Cloud Native Development Bootcamp | CN252   .youtube-video-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; padding-top: 30px; height: 0; overflow:hidden; } .youtube-video-container iframe, .youtube-video-container embed, .youtube-video-container object { position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%; } Read More

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