Aprende Kubernetes + Azure Kubernetes Services desde el punto de vista de un desarrollador

 
Spanish Intermediate Development

En esta charla veremos Kubernetes desde la perspectiva de los desarroladores y el rol que puede jugar en el workflow de desarrollo. Veremos cómo ejecutarlo localmente y cómo interactuar utilizando kubectl. Comprenderemos conceptos como Pods, Deployments, Services y que papel desempeña cada uno y cómo interactúan entre sí. Por último analizaremos los servicios de Azure ofrece para trabajar con Kubernetes a través de Azure Container Registry y Azure Kubernetes Services. Temario: ¿Qué es Kubernetes? Ejecución local (kubectl, Docker desktop, minikube) Pods Deployments Nodos Services Otros: Storage, Secrets, ConfigMaps Azure Container registry, Azure Kubernetes Services.

Speaker

Leonardo Micheloni

Software Developer en Tokiota

Leonardo Micheloni es desarrollador de software desde hace más de 17 años, y ha sido reconocido como Microsoft MVP los últimos 6 años gracias a su colaboración con la comunidad de desarrollo de latinoamérica y España. Desde hace varios años está involucrado con las buenas prácticas de desarrollo y agilidad, y todo lo relacionado con crear software de calidad. Actualmente trabajo para Tokiota en Madrid.

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