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Building Applications on Kubernetes: Setting up your Workstation

Are you a developer responsible for developing applications to run on Kubernetes, but not sure where to start? Join our webinar to learn best practices for setting up your workstation—derived from hosts Josh Rosso and Eric Smalling’s experience working with developers in the field. They'll begin by sharing some tools you will want to work with such as Docker and a locally runnable Kubernetes cluster. Then they'll teach you about the basics and best practices involved with running applications in containers and, finally, how to deploy them on Kubernetes.

P.S. Are you a beginner with Kubernetes? We recommend taking the Containers 101 and Kubernetes 101 courses on KubeAcademy prior to the webinar. While this is optional, taking those foundational courses will help you get the most out of the webinar.

Containers 101: https://kube.academy/courses/containers-101
Kubernetes 101: https://kube.academy/courses/kubernetes-101
Recorded Apr 9 2020 110 mins
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