Pre-conference Workshop at SQLSaturday Chicago – 825
I’m proud to announce that I will be be presenting an all day pre-conference workshop at SQL Saturday Chicago on March 23rd 2018! This one won’t let you down!
Modern application deployment needs to be fast and consistent to keep up with business objectives and Kubernetes is quickly becoming the standard for deploying container-based applications, fast. In this day-long session, we will start with an architectural overview of a Kubernetes cluster and how it manages application state. Then we will learn how to build a production-ready cluster. With our cluster up and running, we will learn how to interact with our cluster, common administrative tasks, then wrap up with how to deploy applications and SQL Server. At the end of the session, you will know how to set up a Kubernetes cluster, manage a cluster, deploy applications and databases, and how to keep everything up and running.
- Introduce Kubernetes Cluster Components
- Introduce Kubernetes API Objects and Controllers
- Installing Kubernetes
- Interacting with your cluster
- Storing persistent data in Kubernetes
- Deploying Applications in Kubernetes
- Deploying SQL Server in Kubernetes
- High Availability scenarios in Kubernetes
What can I bring into the event?
WiFi at the location is limited. The workshop will be primarily demonstration based. Code will be made available for download prior to the event if you would like to follow along during the session.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please feel free to email me with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
What’s the refund policy?
7 days: Attendees can receive refunds up to 7 days before your event start date.
Do I need to know SQL Server or Kubernetes to attend this workshop?
No, while we will be focusing on deploying SQL Server in Kubernetes, no prior knowledge of SQL Server or Kubernetes is needed. We will build up our Kubernetes skills using SQL Server as the primary application we will deploy.
What are the prerequisites for the workshop?
All examples will be executed at the command line, so proficiency at a command line is required. Platform dependent (Linux/Windows,Cloud CLIs) configurations and commands will be introduced and discussed in the workshop.