Kumina Kubernetes presentation including live demonstration at Den Bosch Linux User Group

Wednesday April 5, our director Tim Stoop will give a Kubernetes presentation at the Den Bosch Linux User Group. In this presentation, you’ll get a good idea of the basics of container management with Kubernetes. In our tech talk we’ll take you through the history and present use of containers and explain you the basics of Kubernetes and its components. Followed by a live demonstration on our pi cluster, so you can see Kubernetes in action. Don’t hesitate to attend our talk: attendance is free of charge!

About Kubernetes and the presentation
Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerised applications. It builds upon 15 years of experience of running workloads at Google, combined with the best-of-breed ideas and practices from its active and large community.In our presentation we’ll talk about the Kubernetes components and features: the managing core, pods, controllers, services, failure handling, scaling and much more. Our live demonstration shows you Kubernetes in action.

About the speaker
Tim Stoop is the founder and director of Kumina B.V. and has worked with Linux and open source for over 20 years. Over the last decade Kumina helped dozens of Dutch and British companies by creating and managing tailor-made IT- infrastructures. Since container-technology has been adopted by the industry, the Kumina team focuses on providing organisations with fully managed Docker Container and Kubernetes based platforms. An example of a live business case where Kumina provided a Kubernetes based container platform can be found here.

Practical information
Date: Wednesday, April 5, 2017
Time: 20:00 pm
Location: Havendijk 3, ‘s-Hertogenbosch
Costs: Free of charge
Language: The presentation is in Dutch

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