Invigorate your organization's security and DevOps program with dedicated training from MicroStack’s engineers. Offered as both on-site and virtual training services, our security training and certification programs educate your team on the latest cybersecurity and development best practices.
Each training course is designed to help your organization master the necessary skills to take on challenges in architecting and engineering cloud-native solutions, incorporating automation pipelines, and executing the true DevOps and Security best practices:
Your training packages are either custom-defined or geared toward specific industry certifications as needed, guaranteeing that your team has the skills they need to stay on top of all business, security, and compliance challenges that come your way.
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The students will be able to build Kubernetes Infrastructure, as well as design, configure, and secure containerized applications.
Gain an understanding of how Kubernetes manages container-based microservices.
Obtain hands-on skills required to manage & configure the Kubernetes workload.
Get the experience required to successfully run applications on Kubernetes clusters
○ Introduction to Kubernetes
○ Kubernetes Architecture
○ Core Concepts
○ Just enough Docker
○ Kubernetes powertools
○ Kubernetes application packaging with Helm
○ Observability & Logging
○ Pods Controllers
○ Services & Networking
○ State Persistence & Volume Mounting
○ Tools and Hands-on exercises included in
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Stay up to date with industry trends and emerging issues across security and compliance. Our regularly-updated resources will keep you apprised of emerging threats and issues of note for cloud-native developments.
Does the Infrastructure provide the necessary security safeguards? Did we increase our attack surface by standing up new ingress? Are we confidant our cloud infrastructure is protecting our data, identities, secrets, and network? How are we incorporating cloud-native functionality, like IAM, audit logging, and networking, in conjunction with the available underlying and non-native services to secure our Infrastructure?