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LOPSA Cbus: Kubernetes On-Prem for Beginners - My First 60 Days

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This talk will describe what I have learned from building and running a Kubernetes cluster from the perspective of a System Administrator

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Join us for a presentation where John will share some lessons learned getting started with Kubernetes. This talk will focus on how to jump in and start learning Kubernetes from the perspective of a System Administrator. Topics will include installing a lightweight distro (Canonical's microk8s), concepts, operations and troubleshooting, security hardening, and some of the more interesting failure modes I've come across so far.

Thanks to Gamma Force for providing the virtual meeting technology. Gamma Force helps organizations with technology and information security strategy.

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6:00 PM - Introductions, food, drink, and networking

6:30 PM - Speaker begins

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John Puskar is a Senior Engineer from Cleveland, Ohio. He's worked at both large and small organizations with a primary focus on Linux and Cloud Services.

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The League of Professional System Administrators (LOPSA) is a professional organization for infrastructure and operations professionals. While the organization focuses on furthering the profession of infrastructure and operations, we welcome technology professionals of all sorts including non-members. Past attendees including executives and managers as well as tech pros of all sorts including security, database, software, storage, network, and infrastructure. We favor topics and subject matter that is leading change and driving innovation across industries. Past topics have included devops culture, web operations, application architecture for scale, project management, data center design, career management, database automation, container orchestration, systems automation, programming, site reliability engineering, and many others.

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