Introducing Linode LIVE!

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Welcome to Linode’s new virtual events series, Linode LIVE! We’re excited to share new and practical content, a behind-the-scenes look into what’s going on at Linode, and connect with leaders in the cloud computing space. Each month, join industry experts and Linode Partners to explore new topics right from your home or office.

We are kicking off a series of virtual events focused on the Linode Kubernetes Engine (LKE), which was released into general availability earlier this month

Join the host of the popular YouTube channel Docker & DevOps and Kubernetes expert, ​Bret Fisher, as he moderates our first event​, featuring members of the Linode Product Development Team as they go Inside Managed Kubernetes. Next up is a three-week hands-on course from the author of The Kubernetes Book, Nigel Poulton, where you’ll learn how to build clusters, deploy apps, set up NodeBalancers, and more.

REGISTER NOW

Linode LIVE!  Livestream with Bret Fisher
June 4, 2020 Rescheduled: June 30, 2020 | 12pm EDT | Register Here 

Inside Managed Kubernetes: Tune in LIVE on June 30th at 12 Noon EDT to submit your questions to the dev. team and win fun prizes by answering trivia questions.

Linode LIVE!  ​Understanding Kubernetes Lab Series with Nigel Poulton
June 11, 18, 25 | 12pm EDT | Register Here

Understanding Kubernetes, 3 Week Lab Series: Tune into all three hands-on-labs or attend based on your skill level. Work will be assigned between each session. Attendees will receive free access to Nigel’s Kubernetes 101 course.

We look forward to seeing you there, and are excited to start this new virtual journey with you! 

Comments (4)

  1. Ashok Kumar

    Very Good I am happy

  2. Minh Hieu

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  3. Ian

    The first “Register Here” link took me to YouTube but didn’t allow me to register. Im on iPhone with latest iOS & Safari.

    https://www.linode.com/blog/linode/introducing-linode-live/

    • pwoods

      The first event has already happened, and that link is meant to send you to a recording of Bret Fisher’s presentation. I’ve passed your comment along to see if we can figure a way to make that clearer to understand. I also noticed that the video is not available at the moment, so we’ll work on that as well.

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