Grow Your Skills with Instructor Led Training

Grow Your Skills with Instructor Led Training
We’re excited to announce several new training courses to help you sharpen and grow your Kubernetes Networking, Project Calico, and Istio skills.

With each course you’ll receive hours of instruction from a practicing expert, hands on labs and exercises, and best practices from the leader in Kubernetes Networking- all by the company behind Project Calico.

Plus for a limited time, use coupon code “training20” to save 20% off upcoming courses!

Introduction to Kubernetes Networking with Project Calico

4 hours online or in-person

This course introduces SREs/ DevOps, Cloud Architects, Security Architects, and Network Engineers to the principles of networking, how networking is managed within Kubernetes, and how to deploy Project Calico within Kubernetes for scalable networking.

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Advanced Kubernetes Networking with Project Calico

8 hours online or in-person

Designed for SREs/DevOps, Cloud Architects, Security Architects, and Network Engineers, this course builds on our introductory training to provide students with an in-depth understanding of CNI plug-ins and Calico networking within Kubernetes.

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Advanced Kubernetes Networking: Day 2 Operations

4 hours online or in-person

Designed for SREs/ DevOps and Security Architects, this advanced course focuses on utilizing Project Calico with Tigera Essentials for mission critical monitoring, troubleshooting, policy validation, and alerting.

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Introduction to Service Mesh with Istio and Kubernetes

8 hours online or in-person

Designed for Developers and Cloud Architects, this course covers the fundamentals of connecting and securing microservices using service mesh based on Istio within an enterprise, production grade environment.

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Custom and private training are also available. Be sure to contact us for details.
Author of Undisturbed REST, Michael Stowe has spoken at conferences around the world. An active advocate for creating better architectures and interfaces, his work has also been featured on ProgrammableWeb, DZone, and InfoQ. You can view his past talks and slides at http://www.mikestowe.com/slides and follow him on Twitter @mikegstowe