Are you a developer? Do you have a deep-seated interest in Kubernetes-native applications? Do you wish to better and improve your already decent computing, coding, and framework skills further? If the answer to all those questions were “Yes”, then it’s time for you to join Red Hat KubeNativeDev Tech Talk Series.
Yet again, we hear you asking a question: What exactly is Kubernetes? Firstly, the name is derived from an agreed-upon Greek definition, meaning helmsman. Second and for the uninitiated, Kubernetes is, in and of itself, an open-source system created for and used in computer applications that execute deployment, scaling, or even management.
To put it in another way, imagine a group of Linux-based clusters and containers as very capable children, savants if you will, each with a unique skillset. By their lonesome selves and with no one to properly show them the ropes, these children are unfocused, have no purpose. From this point of view, Kubernetes is then the school teacher, tasked with bringing all the “children” together, focusing their energy and skills into a single, unified purpose.
The next question you’ll probably be asking is: What is KubeNativeDev Tech Talk Series, and why would I want to sign up for it? Well, as it is with all webinar events, this one focuses on teaching both prominent and potential clients about its open-source enterprise software products that make use of high-performing Linux, cloud, container, and Kubernetes technologies.
For clients that are already using Red Hat’s services, the webinar is a chance for them to further enhance their understanding of the company’s product offering. Some examples of these webinar events include learning about the best practices for developing Kubernetes-native applications, or even how they can make the development of secured applications a less painful experience.
So, if that piqued your interest and your next question is “Where do I sign up?”, the answer to that question can be found right here. Once you’ve signed up, you’ll gain access to all webinar talks and sessions, all of which are on demand. Further, you can also keep track of Red Hat across all its Facebook pages and official Twitter account too. Do note that the live portion of the webinar is already over, but again, all the sessions are recorded and archived, so even if you’re just jumping in: worry not, as you’ll have access to a wealth of sessions, all focused on Kubernetes, naturally.
This announcement is sponsored by Red Hat.