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[…]
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[…]
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[…]
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[…]
Leon Stigter (https://twitter.com/retgits) walks through the “why” of serverless and shares a demo of using Knative and use cases with tools like VMware’s Event Broker Appliance for automation. Resources: https://flings.vmware.com/vmware-event-broker-appliance https://knative.dev/
Britton Johnson (https://twitter.com/vcixnv) caps off our NSX-T update series with an overview of migrations strategies for current NSX-V customers. NSX-V will be going EOL in early 2022, nearly 10 years after the acquisition of Nicira and birth of NSX! Get the info you need to continue using NSX in it’s new, improved, mutli-cloud version, NSX-T!
Joe Onisick presents “Reverse IT Career: Engaged!” Joe Onisick has been in the IT biz for a long time. This year he decided to sell his house in CA, move to Wyoming, and take up ranching! A lot of folks in the IT world TALK about “going back to a simpler life”, but Joe actually[…]
Britton Johnson (https://twitter.com/vcixnv) continues our NSX-T update series with an overview of the VCAP-NV exam. Britton covers overall exam structure and breaks it down by requirements, assumptions, constraints, and risks/physical, conceptual, logical design
Britton Johnson (https://twitter.com/vcixnv) continues our NSX-T series on vBrownBag for NSX-T 3.1. Details on Advanced Thread Protection capabilities such as Lastline, Advance Thread, IDPS, and Security are covered as well as some great industry resources.
Britton Johnson (@vcixnv) begins our NSX-T update series 2.5 to 3.x