WOMEN TECHMAKERS: Plain Old Docker is SO 2016: an Intro to Kubernetes

Plain old Docker is SO 2016 -- Kubernetes is quickly becoming one of the most popular ways to coordinate and deploy Docker containers in production. Come learn what Kubernetes is all about! I'll walk you through some core concepts, delve into expressing Kubernetes objects via YAML files, and finish up by deploying some apps live. Kubernetes (aka 'kube control' aka 'kube cuttle' aka 'pod gang') isn

Aug 22, 2018, 11:00 PM – Aug 23, 2018, 1:00 AM

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Plain old Docker is SO 2016 -- Kubernetes is quickly becoming one of the most popular ways to coordinate and deploy Docker containers in production. Come learn what Kubernetes is all about! I'll walk you through some core concepts, delve into expressing Kubernetes objects via YAML files, and finish up by deploying some apps live. Kubernetes (aka 'kube control' aka 'kube cuttle' aka 'pod gang') isn't just for DevOps.

About our Speaker
Terri Chu is a software engineer working at Airbus Aerial in Atlanta, GA. She began her career as a Performance Tester working with LoadRunner and software performance methodologies. Terri is a natural problem solver and held many roles including Traveling Consultant, Director of Performance Testing, and Principal Consultant before realizing that she was ready to take on a new career near and dear to the testing community.

In 2015, she took the plunge into programming after attending The Iron Yard for back end development. Her current coding interests include Java, Spring Boot, Rails, Android, and Raspberry Pi. Outside of work, she enjoys cooking foods from around the world with her husband, traveling, drawing, and occasionally sneaking watermelon to her bull terrier Allie.

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    KITT LABS Inc

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    TechKnow

    Founder

  • Kate Hargrove

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