wiki:containerization2023

Workshop on containerization (Dockers, Kubernetes) and annual NOC meeting - 2023

As containerization continues to gain traction, network engineers who understand its intricacies will be better equipped to design, secure, and manage modern networks. It's not just about staying relevant; it's about being prepared for the future of networking. This intensive three-day course equips university IT engineers with essential knowledge and hands-on experience in containerization, focusing on Docker and Kubernetes. Participants will delve into the core concepts of container technology, explore Docker's components, and harness Kubernetes' orchestration capabilities. Real-world scenarios and labs will provide practical insights into building, deploying, and managing containers.

Venue: IT Center, UoP
Duration: 5 days
Class size: 50
Target group: Senior network/systems engineers/managers/administrators and developers from the LEARN member institutes. (one who deals with the campus network)
Program Level: Advanced
Prerequisites: Advanced understanding of Linux command-line operations
Course fee: Free of charge
Dates: 11 Dec 2023 to 15 Dec 2023

Note: Participants are requested to have a laptop (minimum 8GB RAM and recommended 16GB, 50GB free disk space).

Important Dates

Call of Institutional Nominations Opening: 03 Nov 2023
Call of Institutional Nominations Closing: 17 Nov 2023
Selection announced: 21 Nov 2023
Online Registration Opening: 22 Nov 2023
Online Registration Closing: 01 Dec 2023

Workshop

  • Agenda
  • Instructors:
    • Thilina Pathirana, University of Stavanger
    • Senevi Herath, Senior Network and systems Manager,LEARN
  • Hand-on Support:
    • Dhammika Lalantha, Senior Network Engineer, LEARN
    • Deepthi Gunasekara, TAC Engineer,LEARN
  • Technical Support
    • Tuwan Jaleel, Network and Systems Engineer,LEARN
    • Gayan Bandara, Engineering Assistant,LEARN

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