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Episode Followup – What is OpenShift and what does it have to do with Kubernetes?

Tonight will be talking with Diamond Jorsling (@EngineeredCurlz) covering OpenShift; what it is, why it is awesome, and how it compares to vanilla Kubernetes. Diamond is an SRE who focuses on DevSecOps. She works with all things RedHat, AWS, CI/CD, and Containers. She currently works with Microsoft focusing on RedHat Openshift. She provides an overview[…]

Episode Followup – Certified Kubernetes Administrator: Last Minute Exam Prep Tips with Tyler Hatton

Tyler Hatton (https://twitter.com/tlrhtn) wrap up our Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) exam series with 10 (plus 1!) useful exam preparation tips. From docs, to bookmarks, to testing environment, Tyler will have you well prepared to tackle the CKA exam. Resources:https://docs.linuxfoundation.org/tc-docs/certification/tips-cka-and-ckad https://github.com/shubhamtatvamasi/kubernetes-bookmarkshttps://vim-adventures.com/https://killer.sh/https://katacoda.com/https://kodekloud.com/courses/certified-kubernetes-administrator-cka/ https://kubernetes.io/docs/reference/kubectl/cheatsheet/https://kubernetes.io/docs/reference/kubectl/cheatsheet/#kubectl-context-and-configuration

Episode Followup – CKA Episode 5: Networking Part 1 with Marino Wijay

Marino Wijay presents “CKA Episode 5: Networking Part 1” Marino Wijay is a Field Engineer at a super secret startup. He could tell you the name of it… but then he’d have to kill you. In this talk he goes into the networking aspects of Kubernetes that you will need to understand to sit and[…]

Episode Followup – Certified Kubernetes Administrator: Workloads and Scheduling presented by Walid Shaari.

Continuing with our series, in this video will the cover the “Workloads and Scheduling” domain for the Certified Kubernetes Administrator exam. In episode 4, we are going to be talking with Walid Shaari (@walidshaar) about Workloads and Scheduling. Walid is a cloud-native advocate #RedHatAccelerator, and #AWSContainerHero. He also holds the CKA, CKAD, and CKS certifications[…]

Episode Followup – Certified Kubernetes Administrator: Cluster Configuration presented by Tyler Hatton

Tonight will be a continuation of our Certified Kubernetes Administrator series, where we are covering the major domains of the exam. In episode 3, we are going to be talking with Tyler Hatton (@tlrhtn) about Cluster Configuration. Tyler is an automation SME and focuses on assisting traditional IT organizations to adopt SRE/DevOps principles. He also[…]

Episode Followup – Certified Kubernetes Administrator: Cluster Installation presented by Nathan Bennett

Nathan Bennett (https://twitter.com/vNathanBennett) continues our series covering the Certified @Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) exam. Nathan covered cluster installation methods, demoed an actual installation on a Raspberry Pi, and chatted about the latest Ted Lasso episode. Resources: Nate’s blog on this stuff: https://nerdynate.life/2021/03/14/learning-k8s-on-pi-kubeadm/ Kubernetes.io kubeadm installation: https://kubernetes.io/docs/setup/production-environment/tools/kubeadm/install-kubeadm/ vRA stuff: https://vmguru.com/2020/06/kubernetes-as-a-service/ https://vmwarelab.org/2020/02/14/vsphere-customization-with-cloud-init-while-using-vrealize-automation-8-or-cloud/ https://gitlab.com/NathanBennett/k8s Udemy course that will definitely[…]

Episode Followup – Certified Kubernetes Administrator: Cluster Architecture presented by David Espejo

David Espejo (@davidmirror) kicks off the first episode in our Kubernetes series covering the Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) exam. David has been in the IT industry for over 12 years and has recently obtained his CKA. He discusses the exam format, why teams should consider the use of Kubernetes and dives into the various components[…]

Episode Followup – Building a K8s lab in 40 minutes with Matt Crape

Matt Crape (@MattThatITGuy) gave us a good introduction to Kubernetes by guiding us through building a simple K8s lab using K3s and Linux VMs. He explained basic concepts, used some of the recommended exercises and listed some of the resources that can be used to continue learning. All his code is available in GitHub: https://github.com/mattthatitguy