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August is back to school time! Join CoreOS for Kubernetes trainings and webinars, and meet us at Gartner Catalyst and PromCon

Head back to school this August at our Kubernetes trainings in New York and San Francisco. We’ll host a number of webinars on Kubernetes, Tectonic, and more. Also find the CoreOS team at Gartner Catalyst in San Diego, and at PromCon in Munich!

Meetups and events

Webinar: How to correctly and quickly set up Kubernetes environments: August 2, San Francisco, Online
On Wednesday, August 2, Rob Szumski (@robszumski), Tectonic product manager at CoreOS, leads a discussion on how to correctly and quickly set up Kubernetes environments. Be sure to join him live at 10:00 a.m. PT and ask him questions.


Webinar Demo: Introduction to CoreOS Tectonic: August 2, San Francisco, Online
Join Jordan Cooks, solutions engineer at CoreOS, at 1:00 p.m. PT for a webinar where he’ll discuss Tectonic’s features, including automated operations, portability, and much more. He’ll also touch on how Tectonic is helping businesses prepare for the digital demands of tomorrow.


Webinar: Build Your Own Operators Pilot Program: August 9, San Francisco, Online
On August 9, don’t miss Mike Metral, senior architect at CoreOS, at 11:00 a.m. PT for an introduction to Operators. He’ll discuss the migration changes from Third Party Resources to Custom Resource Definitions in Kubernetes, and walk through a demo on how to create a new Operator for your Kubernetes cluster. Register today.


August Kubernetes Training @ MicroTek New York: August 10-11, New York
Join us August 10 and 11 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in New York for a Kubernetes training session. Get up to speed with the latest updates from the Kubernetes 1.7 release, and learn from the distributed systems experts. Reserve your spot today.


Kubernetes Colorado Meetup @ Deis: August 15, Boulder, CO
Helm’s a popular package manager for Kubernetes. On August 15, Scott Sumner, senior solutions engineer at CoreOS, will show how to use Helm to deploy ElasticSearch, Kibana, and Fluentd to monitor a Kubernetes cluster. Doors to the Kubernetes Colorado meetup, held at the Deis office, will open at 6:30 p.m.


SF Microservices Meetup @ MuleSoft: August 16, San Francisco
Hear the latest on zetcd, the ZooKeeper proxy for etcd, at the San Francisco Microservices Meetup. Anthony Romano, software engineer at CoreOS, will introduce the project and give a detailed explanation of how the proxy works. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.


PromCon @ Google Munich: August 17-18, Munich
Don’t miss the Prometheus Conference, held at the Google offices in Munich. Join us for two days of discussions of monitoring distributed systems with the open source tool.


Webinar Demo: Introduction to CoreOS Tectonic: August 23, San Francisco, Online
On Wednesday, August 23 at 10 a.m. PT, Scott Summer, solutions engineer at CoreOS, will host a webinar and discuss Tectonic’s features, including automated operations and portability across private and public cloud providers. Sign up to attend.


Gartner Catalyst @ Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego: August 21-24, San Diego
We’ll be traveling to sunny San Diego August 21-24 for Gartner Catalyst! Be sure to stop by Booth 2 from August 21-23 and ask our team any questions, or request a meeting.


August Kubernetes Training @ MicroTek San Francisco: August 29-30, San Francisco
From 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. PT on August 29 and 30 in San Francisco, we’ll hold another Kubernetes training session. Get a better understanding of Kubernetes from the distributed systems experts from CoreOS. Seats are limited, so sign up today.


Webinar: Introduction to CoreOS Tectonic: August 30, New York, Online
On Wednesday, August 30 at 12:00 p.m. PT, Praveen Rajagopalan, solutions engineer at CoreOS, will lead a webinar on CoreOS Tectonic. He will discuss its features, and how they are helping businesses succeed as they modernize their infrastructure. Register to attend and see what distributed infrastructure is doing for businesses of all sizes.

Interested in hosting your own meetup or want to learn more about getting involved with the CoreOS community? Email us at community@coreos.com.