Learning for a good cause, or 2
Why learn Kubernetes?
Many applications are delivered via containers. Containers themselves offer no scalability or redundancy, which is done by container orchestrator platforms such as Kubernetes.
Kubernetes – also called k8s – is a popular open source system that allows you to manage large groups of containers and containerized applications.
Since almost every company does something with containers these days, it is important for IT professionals to know something about Kubernetes.
What will you learn this day?
You will learn the basic principles about Kubernetes. After this training you can set up a Kubernetes cluster yourself and you know how to work with the Kubernetes API.
The 1-day training will be held on January 6 in Amstelveen from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm.
About the traininer
Sander van Vugt started working with Linux in 1992. He wrote his first book about Linux in 1999, and up to date has completed 62 different books on Linux related topics, including the best selling RHCSA/RHCE 7 Cert Guide. Sander is the author of over 20 Linux related video courses. He also works as a Linux instructor, teaching on-site and on-line classes for customers around the world.
No fixed price is determined to attend this training. It’s you who determines the price by considering how much your investment in yourself is worth, how much a 1 day training normally costs, or how impactful you desire to be through the Living Open Source Foundation.
ITGilde makes the training room available for free, and Sander teaches this day without asking for anything except a financial contribution from you.
The proceeds from all registrations are 100% beneficial to the Living Open Source Foundation.
About the Living Open Source Foundation
The LivingOpenSource Foundation offers free training in Open Source related topics in Africa. Through our work we ensure that IT professionals in Africa get a chance at a real job, and by training people in Open Source in Africa, we also ensure that local governments no longer have to spend money on proprietary software, but that money to spend on improving the local economy.
How do you register?
Donate to the Living Open Source Foundation and send us an email afterwards to confirm your participation in the training.
This is important as you can also donate without attending the training 😉
Bank account number: NL63 RABO 0341 2923 54, Name: Stichting Living Open Source
BIC (SWIFT): RABONL2U
To give you an idea of what the foundation can do with your contribution:
For 25 Euro we can provide lunch for 2 participants during one of our events.
For 100 Euro we can organize a transport from a remote village with 6 participants who can come to the event this way.
For 300 Euro we can fly in a talented local trainer to an event somewhere in Africa.
For 600 Euro we pay the salary of our Living Open Source lead in Africa for a month again.