- CN200 is still in early development; all descriptions and outlines are subject to change until GA at the end of Q1 2021.
CN200 will rapidly introduce Kubernetes users to installing and configuring Container Cloud on AWS. Students will learn how to use Container Cloud to deploy Docker Enterprise and Kubernetes clusters supported with Stacklight-driven monitoring and a Ceph-based storage backend. We’ll also see how to integrate container cloud with existing LDAP user management systems, and how to use Keycloak to manage permissions to clusters created with Container Cloud. Students will leave the workshop with a proof of concept Container Cloud environment deployed to their AWS account.
Who Should Attend
This course is targeted at students with the following:
- Infrastructure Operator
- Is member of the IT operations team
- Has working knowledge of Linux, virtualization, Kubernetes API and CLI, and OpenStack to support the application development team
- Accesses Docker Enterprise (DE) Container Cloud and Kubernetes through a local machine or web UI
- Provides verified artifacts through a central repository to the Tenant DevOps engineers
- Tenant DevOps engineer
- Is member of the application development team and reports to line-of-business (LOB)
- Has working knowledge of Linux, virtualization, Kubernetes API and CLI to support application owners
- Accesses DE Container Cloud and Kubernetes through a local machine or web UI
- Consumes artifacts from a central repository approved by the Infrastructure Operator
- AWS account with full administrator privileges (MANDATORY)
- Laptop with WiFi connectivity
- Attendees should have the latest Chrome or Firefox installed, and a free account at strigo.io.
- Install and configure Container Cloud on AWS
- Integrate Container Cloud with LDAP and manage user permissions across clusters
- Deploy Docker Enterprise clusters via Container Cloud
- Configure Stacklight for cluster monitoring
- Configure a Ceph-based storage backend