This is a community repository of presentations about Kubernetes. All presentations here are available for you to remix and reuse for your own use.
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Table of Contents
- Kubernetes Community Overview and Contributions Guide by Ihor Dvoretskyi
- Intro to the cloud-native world of Kubernetes by Lucas Käldström (Kubernetes & CNCF Finland meetup, Jan 17, 2019)
- How to Contribute to Kubernetes by Nikhita Raghunath (KubeCon+CloudNativeCon North America 2017)
- Introduction to Kubernetes Workshop (full-day) by Bob Killen and Jeff Sica (July 17, 2018)
- Kubernetes New Contributor Workshop by Guinevere Saenger, Josh Berkus, Noah Abrahams, Tim Pepper, Zach Corleissen, and Michelle Shephardson (KubeCon+CloudNativeCon North America 2018)
- Intro to Kubernetes - from containers to orchestrating the world By Alex Sirbu (March 14, 2019)
- State of the Project by Tim Hockin (June 2, 2017)
Kubernetes Concepts and Components
- Introduction to Kubernetes by Rishabh Indoria (March 2019)
- Kubernetes 101 - by Joe Beda (Gluecon 2017)
- Edge vs. Level triggered logic by Tim Hockin
- A Crash Course on Container Orchestration by Tim Hockin (Interop ITX)
- Kubernetes: A very brief explanation of ports by Tim Hockin
- A Few Things To Know About Resource Scheduling by Tim Hockin (eBay Meetup)
- An Illustrated Guide to Kubernetes Networking by Tim Hockin
- Kubernetes: A very brief intro to Namespaces by Tim Hockin
- Kubernetes Walk Through from Technical View by Harry Zhang (Alibaba k8s workshop)
- Kubernetes Node Deep Dive by Harry Zhang (CNCF/k8s Meetup Hangzhou)
- Kubernetes' Architecture Deep Dive by Lucas Käldström (May 7, 2019)
- What does “production ready” really mean for a Kubernetes cluster? by Lucas Käldström (May 7, 2019)
- Kubernetes - A Comprehensive Overview by Bob Killen (December 11, 2017)
People Using Kubernetes
- DevOps at a glance: Slideless - by Jeffrey Sica (Orchestructure May 2017)
- Developing on Kubernetes - by Michael Hausenblas (DevOps Amsterdam, 2018-03-14)
If you have your slides already online or hosted someplace else, just leave a link in the table of contents. If you want to submit actual slides to this repo submit your slides via a Pull Request, for now we're organizing by author name, so just toss them in a subdirectory under your last name.
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How To Use The CC-BY License
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