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KubeOps Academy
Kubernetes Fundamentals

The perfect introduction to the topic and the functionality of Kubernetes

Kubernetes Training

The Kubernetes Fundamentals training course offers the first step in Kubernetes and is tailored for administrators and decision-makers beginning to discover the Kubernetes world. However, a basic knowledge of Linux is an advantage and prior knowledge of Docker administration and functionality is assumed.

The aim of the 2-day event is to enable the participants to know and understand the basic functionality of Kubernetes and the associated individual components of a cluster.

With the knowledge acquired during the theoretical part, the participants will be able to solve a number of practical exercises independently with the support of our trainers. After this course, you will be able to perform a simple installation and configuration of Kubernetes. 


The practical part is very important in our trainings. Therefore, each participant has their own environment, which consists of at least 3 machines. This way, the participant can immediately put the respective theory into practice and consolidate their new knowledge.


This is an online training course. The registration deadline is one week before the start of the training.



  • Training course:
    Live online (virtual)
  • Next dates:
    29.07. - 30.07.2024
    10.09. - 11.09.2024
    01.10. - 02.10.2024
    07.11. - 08.11.2024
    09.12. - 10.12.2024
  • Language:
  • Target groups:
    decision-makers, developers, admins
  • Goal:
    First step in Kubernetes. After this course you will be able to perform a simple installation and configuration of Kubernetes.
  • Prerequisites:
    Prior knowledge of Docker administration. Basic knowledge of Linux is an advantage.
  • Attendees:
    3 - 10
  • Course duration:
    2 days
  • Materials:
    E-book "The Kubernetes Book" (English), pdf of seminar slides
  • Price:
    1.290,00 EUR (+ 19 % VAT = 1.535,10 EUR)
Training: Kubernetes Fundamentals

Training Content

09.00 - 12.00 A.M.
01.00 - 05.00 P.M.
  • History: Introduction Kubernetes and Docker
  • Introduction CNCF
  • Monolith vs. Microservice
  • Kubernetes basics (terminology)
  • Kubernetes architecture and components
  • Services
  • Imperativ vs. declarative approach
  • YAML
  • Namespace
09.00 - 12.00 A.M.
01.00 - 05.00 P.M.
  • Practice:
  • manual installation of Kubernetes via Kubeadm
  • Basic upgrade of Kubernetes

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