Kubernetes Classes at Cloud Native, Docker, K8s Summit

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on 17 August 2018

Cloud Native, Docker, K8s Summit

Date: September 12

Location: 411 West Arapaho Road, Richardson, TX 75080

Update 4th September:

By now you have probably heard that the Cloud-Native, Docker & K8s Summit has been cancelled.

However, Canonical will still be providing on-site training to learn how best to deploy and maintain K8s on Ubuntu on GPGPU-powered servers, along with operating Standard AI and machine learning tools on top of that cluster.

The training will offer a technical deep dive into these technologies, providing a great opportunity to learn how to create multi-cloud machine learning/AI workflows that span on-premises servers and cloud services like GKE.

The training will run from 11am-3pm at the same location and it will be absolutely free. Lunch will be provided at no additional cost.

Details for the training

Location:
Richardson Civic Center
411 West Arapaho Road
Richardson, TX 75080
United States

Run time: 11am -3pm

For anyone that registered for the original event, you will be refunded the ticket price through Eventbrite, this is likely to happen over the next week.

To register for the training session and more information, click here.

We look forward to seeing you there.

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