Getting started with Docker and Kubernetes doesn't have to be complex. Pulumi's infrastructure-as-code (IaC) platform can help remove the complexity and enable even beginner developers to use any programming language to provision modern infrastructure.
In this session, you will learn the fundamentals of building and deploying containerized workloads and get an introduction to Pulumi's IaC platform and deployment on AWS.
We’ll start by building a container image using the new Pulumi Docker provider. Next, we’ll guide you through setting up an Amazon EKS cluster on AWS and deploying your Docker image to the cluster.
This workshop is designed to help new users become familiar with the core concepts needed to effectively deploy Kubernetes clusters and workloads on AWS. We will guide you through the Pulumi platform with diagrams and a series of examples to help accelerate your cloud projects.
The basics of writing Pulumi programs to manage infrastructure using real programming languages.
How to build Docker images using Pulumi.
Creating and managing EKS clusters in AWS.
Deploying new workloads to your cluster.
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Principal Technical Content Engineer - Pulumi
Scott is a 20+ year veteran of the IT industry and a focused technologist that embraces and encourages change, growth, and evolution within the ranks of the IT professionals in the world. Through his books, video training series, blog posts, presentations, and other efforts he helps others expand their knowledge and understanding of topics such as cloud computing, networking, virtualization, storage, servers, and other enterprise technologies. As part of that effort to help the IT community, he maintains https://blog.scottlowe.org, a technology-centric weblog providing information, insight, and technical knowledge on various solutions, including cloud computing (AWS, Azure, Kubernetes), virtualization (KVM, VMware vSphere), open source tools (Terraform, Ansible, Vagrant, and others), networking (Open vSwitch, Linux networking), and other technology areas.
Senior Partner Solutions Architect - AWS
Marina has been working at Amazon for about 4 years. She currently supports the APN Global Startup Program. Her focus is on AWS architecture validation and improvements, planning new workloads and integrations with AWS services, and supporting general technical enablement. Marina has a Master's Degree in Computer Science and over 17 years of experience in developing large-scale systems for financial services.