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Kubernetes Day 2 Ops

Learn how to put the latest open source technology into practice with hands-on training, delivered by industry experts, aligned to your desired business outcomes

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2 Days

Available On-Site

Available Virtually

Open Enrollments Available


This three-day hands-on course is designed to provide Kubernetes operators with a deeper look at the Kubernetes platform and the tasks associated with maintaining and running a production cluster. The course provides attendees with key day two operations knowledge and experience through a combination of lectures, demonstrations, and extensive lab work. Topics covered include cluster backup and recovery, upgrades, observability, etcd management, troubleshooting and much more.

This is an instructor-led training (ILT) class and is available for onsite and online delivery.

Who should attend?

Kubernetes (K8s) Operators, Information Technology (IT) Staff, Site/Service Reliability Engineers (SRE)


Live instructor-led training (ILT); lecture, hands-on labs, student exercises, and demos


Available for instructor-led (ILT) in-person/on-site training or virtual instructor-led (VILT) delivery. Additional open enrollment options (below) are available for this course.

What attendees will learn

This course is designed to provide technical staff with an in-depth look at Kubernetes day two operations including:

  • Cluster backup and recovery
  • Extending Kubernetes clusters
  • Observability and tracing
  • Cluster (Kubernetes) upgrade and recovery
  • etcd management
  • Troubleshooting
  • And more


Suggested prerequisites for Kubernetes Day 2 Operations include RX-M’s Docker Foundation, Kubernetes Foundation and/or equivalent knowledge of containers, images, container orchestration, and Kubernetes. Each attendee must provide their own laptop with the ability to run a 64-bit virtual machine. Unconstrained internet access is also required to complete the student hands-on lab exercises.