Mano Marks

Introducing Play with Kubernetes

Every month for the last year, thousands of people have used Play with Docker and the accompanying hands-on Play with Docker Classroom training site. These sites allow you to use and learn Docker entirely within your own browser, without installing anything. Last summer, we quietly launched the companion site Play with Kubernetes, to give people a full command line while learning Kubernetes on the command line. And today we’re launching a new Kubernetes training site, the Play with Kubernetes Classroom.

The Play with Kubernetes Classroom is a workshop environment just like the Play with Docker Classroom. We currently have an extensive Kubernetes workshop originally based on Jérôme Petazzoni’s Container Training Kubernetes workshop. But instead of doing it all locally or setting up VMs in the cloud, you can now run through the workshop entirely in the browser.

Like the Play with Docker Classroom, we’ll be curating contributions of additional labs from the community. So give Kubernetes in your browser a try, and then come on over to the Play with Kubernetes repository to share your own tutorials with the community.

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Mano Marks

Introducing Play with Kubernetes


2 Responses to “Introducing Play with Kubernetes”

  1. Ashish

    Pretty awesome

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  2. Benjamin Dewayne Branch

    Greetings,

    Mano Marks, I may need you to speak here at my University in the future if we can get a technology direction going for our Library Science Program. We have plenty of history majors also and we are trying to build a path for all social science to technology and I may want to collaborate on grant so we can have dockers here as technology learning path. Let's talk soon. Does Dockers work in the Caribbean? What cloud setup or infrastructure is needed?

    Thanks,
    Dr. Branch

    Reply

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