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Kubernetes Networking


What Will You Learn?

Microservices March 2022 is a free educational program on Kubernetes networking – the framework for connecting Kubernetes components, services, and traffic. Whether you’re just getting started in Kubernetes or are dealing with advanced architectural decisions, understanding Kubernetes networking is crucial to successfully delivering production‑grade Kubernetes. You will learn how to:

  • Architect Kubernetes clusters for high-traffic websites
  • Expose APIs deployed in Kubernetes
  • Make apps and APIs more resilient and secure
  • Leverage advanced Kubernetes deployment strategies

Choose Your Own Adventure!

For each unit, you get four ways to learn – pick one, a couple, or do it all! The entire program is just 16 hours, spread across 4 weeks. Ways to learn:

  • Webinars featuring NGINX and learnk8s
  • A collection of blogs, videos, and eBooks to deepen your knowledge
  • Self-paced labs for experimenting with Kubernetes technologies
  • Access to the NGINX experts via our Slack community

Who Is Microservices March For?

While anyone interested in Kubernetes will learn a lot, we’d especially like to invite current and aspiring “Kubernetes operators” – regardless of Kubernetes skill level – to participate because the curriculum caters to your professional development!

Cloud Architects

One of the first steps in any Kubernetes strategy is to design and architect it for your organization’s business needs. You’ll learn how to safely and efficiently expose apps and APIs for any scale of infrastructure or traffic.

IT Ops

Once the Kubernetes platform has been architected, you’re responsible for Kubernetes as a piece of infrastructure. You’ll learn how to plan and monitor capacity, scale clusters, and handle larger management tasks.

Site Reliability Engineers

Preventing downtime and expediting troubleshooting will help your organization get the most out of Kubernetes. You’ll learn how to leverage K8s tools to increase resilience and visibility so you can proactively keep those uptime SLAs on track.

Go from Kubernetes Networking Zero to Hero