All Hack Arizona educational programming (including this workshop) are free and open to the public! All skill levels are welcome. A laptop is *strongly* recommended for participation in the hands-on-labs.
Please note that this workshop has been promoted within Hack Arizona, which is expecting more than 1,000 university students in attendance. In the event of overflow, we will work with event staff to coordinate additional seating.
Join organizers Andrew Slattery and Charlie Maxwell, as we explore the amazing world of Kubernetes!
- Primer on the basics of cloud native computing
- Introduction to Kubernetes and container orchestration
- Live Demos
- All attendees will receive 30 days access to Qwiklabs, the hands-on-lab resource provided by Google Cloud (works for existing accounts too!)
- There will be a prize raffle near the end of the allotted workshop time
This event will be hosted in the Integrated Learning Center, room 117. Please refer to the "How to find us" guide and map below for more information. If you find yourself lost, please ask on-site event staff and volunteers for guidance.
Per Hack Arizona staff, "Main Gate, Tyndall, and 6th St. Garages are all free throughout the weekend. Parking is not available in Second St. or Cherry Ave. Garages."
CODE OF CONDUCT:
All event attendees are subject to Hack Arizona's code of conduct (https://static.mlh.io/docs/mlh-code-of-conduct.pdf), as well as GDG Cloud Tucson's (https://github.com/GDGCloudTucson/Ramp/blob/master/CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md)