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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

In this Cloud Native course, developers will learn how to build containerized applications targeted for enterprise-grade production environments. You’ll explore patterns in containerized application architecture, techniques for eliminating friction in the development process, how to test and debug containerized applications, and how to instrument applications with healthchecks, monitoring tools, and common container logging patterns. After mastering these techniques, we’ll turn our attention to devops and building container-native continuous integration pipelines powered by Jenkins and Kubernetes. Who Should Attend This course is targeted at students with the following: Motivations: Develop container-native applications, and implement fully containerized CI Roles: Developers, application architects, devops Course Prerequisites CN120 course and prerequisites therein, 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  Basic familiarity with common software development patterns and tools like version control, testing, continuous integration and logging. Recommended Follow Up Courses 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

CN220 centers on developing the skills and knowledge needed for Day-1 Kubernetes operations for managing applications. Using best practices as guiding principles, students will engage in topics pertaining to the Kubernetes architecture to make informed decisions for production workloads. Topics include configuring resource availability for applications, implementing advanced scheduling for applications, and administering user roles and permissions for the Kubernetes cluster. Kubernetes Operations and System Integration teams will benefit greatly as they plan and deploy their Kubernetes production environments. Who Should Attend This course is targeted at students with the following: Skills: CN120 (or equivalent) experience Motivations: Perform core ‘day-1’ operational tasks on Kubernetes Roles: Infrastructure and Integration engineers tasked with day-to-day application workload management; IT professionals looking to expand skills in Kubernetes administration Course Prerequisites CN120 (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 JSON and YAML notation Recommended Follow Up Courses Advanced Kubernetes Operations | CN320 Bundle Up: Cloud Native Operations Bootcamp | CN251 .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 product-focused course, you’ll deep dive into all the features of Mirantis Kubernetes Engine, and discover how it simplifies, secures and accelerates Kubernetes and Swarm cluster management at enterprise scale. We’ll discuss installing and configuring MKE, managing MKE user permissions and orchestrator resources, and advanced networking features included in the platform, as well as MKE troubleshooting and support. Who Should Attend This course is targeted at students with the following: Motivations: Leverage all the features of Mirantis Kubernetes Engine in order to securely manage large-scale, many-user Kubernetes and Swarm clusters. Roles: System Operators & Administrators Course Prerequisites CN110 OR CN120 OR CN211 course and prerequisites therein, 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 Secure Registry (MSR) | CN213 Bundle Up: Mirantis Cloud Native Bootcamp | CN253   .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 product-focused course, you’ll deep dive into all the features of Mirantis Secure Registry, and discover how it can enhance the security of your container image production, storage and distribution both as a stand-alone registry, or integrated into a continuous integration pipeline. We’ll discuss installing and configuring MSR, managing MSR user permissions, enhancing registry security with content trust and binary security scanning, as well as registry management strategies like garbage collection, content caching, and webhook-driven third-party integrations. Who Should Attend This course is targeted at students with the following: Motivations: Leverage all the features of Mirantis Secure Registry in order to enhance the security profile of container image content, distribution and execution. Roles: System Operators & Administrators Course Prerequisites CN212 course and prerequisites therein, 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 N/A   .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

The OpenStack Administration and Operations course designed to provide you with an in-depth experience with administering and operating the most common OpenStack components to implement Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) in a private cloud; from image management to instance creation to network plugins and more. At the end of this course, you have the skills required to pass the COA exam. All Mirantis OpenStack courses are vendor agnostic. Tasks are performed in an OpenStack environment without any vendor add-ons that might change the way OpenStack works. Reference implementations are utilized, such as Logical Volume Manager (LVM) for Block Storage, Open vSwitch (OVS) for L2 networking, or KVM/QEMU for the hypervisor. Who Should Attend This course is targeted at students with the following: Motivations: Learn the critical skills needed to operate and administer an OpenStack environmen Roles: System/network administrators, Technical IT Professionals, Deployment engineers, Cloud administrators, & Cloud operations  Course Prerequisites ​Basic understanding of cloud and virtualization technologies Basic hypervisor skills are beneficial, such as KVM or VMware, but not required Basic Linux skills OS100 or equivalent OpenStack experience Recommended Follow Up Courses Advanced OpenStack Deployment and Debug | OS320   .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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