Information and Technology Services is offering free training sessions to university community members for its Container Service – a high availability, secure environment for hosting containerized applications and services.
Session attendees will be given workspace within the Container Service’s non-production cluster to do research-stage work, and will learn:
- how to use a Python application to run in the service
- how to build a containerized application in OpenShift
- how to make containerized applications available to the internet
- fundamental concepts involved in deploying containerized applications
- introductory skills for “infrastructure as code”
October sessions are taking place from 1-3 p.m. on the following days:
- Monday, October 14 – Arbor Lakes South Dome
- Wednesday, October 16 – Shapiro 2054
- Monday, October 21 – Duderstadt Center 1180
Visit the Container Service website for a detailed agenda and to register for a training session.