Cloud Native Operations Bootcamp (CN251)
CN251 is an intensive cloud native training bootcamp for IT professionals looking to develop skills in deploying and administering containerized applications in Kubernetes. Over the course of five days, students will start with learning about first principles for application containerization followed by learning how to stand up a containerized application in Kubernetes, and, finally, ramping up the skills for day-1 operating tasks for managing a Kubernetes production environment. CN251 is an ideal course for those who need to accelerate the development of their IT skills for a rapidly-changing technology landscape.
Check out our full list of training locations and learning formats. Please note that the location you choose may be an Established HD-ILT location with a virtual live instructor.
Train face-to-face with the live instructor.
Interact with a live, remote instructor from a specialized, HD-equipped classroom near you. An SLI sales rep will confirm location availability prior to registration confirmation.
Attend the live class from the comfort of your home or office.
All Sunset Learning dates are guaranteed to run!
- At least six months of experience in cloud infrastructure administration
- Familiarity with the Bash shell
- Filesystem navigation and manipulation
- Command line text editors like vim or nano
- Common tooling like curl, vget, and ping
- Familiarity with YAML and JSON notation
- Motivations: Use and manage containers from first principles & architect basic applications for Kubernetes
- Roles: general technical audiences & IT professionals
- Containerization motivations and implementation
- Creating, managing, and auditing containers
- Best practices in container image design
- Single-host container networking
- Provisioning external storage
Day 2 & 3
- Make effective use of pod architecture
- Deploy workloads as Kubernetes controllers
- Provision configuration at runtime to Kubernetes workloads
- Network pods together across a cluster using native services
- Provision highly available storage to Kubernetes workloads
- Package an application as a Helm chart
Day 4 & 5
- Kubernetes Architecture
- Managing Application Security
- Releasing updates to Kubernetes workloads
- Scheduling options for Kubernetes workloads
- Managing Kubernetes cluster resources
- Mapping ingress to an application
- Enabling security in the Kubernetes Security Model
- Provisioning networking within the Kubernetes cluster
- Implementing multi-tenancy in a Kubernetes cluster