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Rebecca_Moloney
Community Manager
Community Manager
Kubernetes operators (or aspiring operators), be sure to check out Microservices March 2022: Kubernetes Networking, a month-long free educational event by our friends at NGINX. Each week will feature a different unit with useful information for Kubernetes users of all levels (or those planning to adopt Kubernetes within the next year.)
  • Unit 1 (March 7–11): Architecting Kubernetes Clusters for High-Traffic Websites 
    How to route traffic to microservices deployed in Kubernetes.
  • Unit 2 (March 14–18): Exposing APIs in Kubernetes
    Best practices for deploying API gateways in Kubernetes.
  • Unit 3 (March 21–25): Microservices Security Pattern
    How to secure apps and APIs to be production-ready.
  • Unit 4 (March 28–31): Advanced Kubernetes Deployment Strategies
    How to split traffic and use Kubernetes for shadow rollouts.

Choose Your Own Adventure

Microservices March includes around 16 hours of Kubernetes educational content in total, with three different way of learning: 

  • High-level livestreams: Overviews that are technical in nature, but still accessible to people who are not Kubernetes experts or in a technical role.
  • Learning more with blogs and videosDeeper technical knowledge for those familiar with basic traffic management concepts (for example, load balancing).
  • Hands-on labs: Recommended for participants with some Kubernetes experience as they will be using YAML.
 
 
Look for the hashtag #microservicesmarch to follow the event on social media. All content will be available on-demand beginning in April.
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JRahm
Community Manager
Community Manager

@buulam and I will also be focused on the lab component our Thursday DevCentral Connects shows each week in March, 9:30am pacific at https://www.youtube.com/devcentral/live. Be there!

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