There are a number of options for deploying Docker and Kubernetes on AWS, including Amazon Elastic Container Service, Amazon ECS for Kubernetes, AWS Fargate, and Amazon EC2.
This instructor-led, live training (online or onsite) is aimed at engineers who wish to evaluate each of these services to make an informed decision about which to deploy within their organization.
By the end of this training, participants will be able to:
Format of the Course
Course Customization Options
Overview of Docker and Kubernetes on AWS
Preparing the Development Environment
Using Amazon Elastic Container Service
Using Amazon ECS for Kubernetes
Setting up a Continuous Integration Pipeline
Integrating Docker and Kubernetes with an existing Continuous Integration System
Summary and Conclusion
I generally liked the kubernetes Architecture.
I generally enjoyed the content was interesting.
A lot of content explained in a simple and straightforward manner, will definitely remember many of the things taught thanks to the simple format.
The trainer had the right skillets to help us in training.
Very Informative and knowledgeable.
Learning Linux for the second time and the power of the Docker technology.
UCP (Docker Universal Control Plane)
I generally liked the trainer knowledge and enthusiasm.
It was very well laid out with good examples and very good knowledge level from the trainer. The food and the installations were great.
I genuinely was benefit from the trainer knowledge.
The trainer was very easy to understand and to follow.
It was focus directly on the point and it was clear that the trainer is highly experienced in the field.
It was pretty hands-on, questions got answered in depth.
Trainer's good subject knowledge and good explanations to questions posed by the participants.
The ambiance and that the trainer didn#t leave any behind. He took care that all get the same information and are understanding. As bringing in example from the real word is a...
The hands-on exercises were real good. Adrian seems to have a quite broad understanding of the topic and was able to answer some questions not directly related to the course...
Skill level of the trainer, good preparation of the training.
I really was benefit from the experience.
The presentation was quite clear, Adrian answered to all questions.
I really was benefit from the practical exercises.
I enjoyed the flexibility of the trainer regarding schedule, topics, prioritization.
Very good information and well presented.
I liked the pace and the ability to choose the topics in the most interesting order.
The trainer knows very well the arguments and he always has the good response.
The trainer tried to make sure everybody could follow, was very flexible.
Very good subject knowledge Possibility to ask related questions. All questions have been answered and thoroughly explained with examples Flexible selection of topics.
It is an in-deep Kubernetes training covering all important aspects to manage Kubernetes, be it in the cloud or on-premise, but the pace is gradual and well adjusted, so the...
That it was well structured and I managed to fill some gaps in my knowledge.
I liked the provided infrastructure for the exercises.
I genuinely liked the good agenda.
I enjoyed the one-on-one training. I could greatly influence the topics, speed, pauses, etc. Great.
Tamil was very knowledgeable about the subject, and many related topics.
I liked the in depth knowledge sharing from the instructor.
Trainer did well. Engaging and made sure regularly if things were understood.
Adrian was very thorough and easy to understand when explaining. Excellent trainer!.
I really enjoyed the hands-on training.
Very well prepared.
I generally was benefit from the time taken to answer questions.
It was a really beneficial 'intro' training for me to Kubernetes in terms of the concept and initial 'how-to' knowledge.
The hands-on Kubernetes exercises. They were very well prepared and gave a good introduction to how to work with the basic building blocks of Kubernetes.
Excercises, especially the more advanced. Would be cool if there was an extension to the last one with some problem to solve.
I genuinely enjoyed some exercises.
The pace and adaptability. E.g. the audience claimed that a couple of issues could be skipped and then we moved on.
The exercises and the handguns best practices discussion about some implementations learning what the big companies having as solutions.
I learned a practical approach to docker build with credentials.
The material was good. Also, how with few concepts and exercises, I was enabled to start working with kubernetes.
I generally liked the hands-on exercises.
There was a lot to lean, but it never felt rushed.
Gradual buildup from simple ideas to integrating them together to provide complex examples. Well structured.