If you want to pass the CNCF’s Certified Kubernetes Administrator exam, this is a great course.

Mirantis, an OpenStack player, has announced a new program, Kubernetes and Docker Bootcamp II (KD200) course, to train users for the Certified Kubernetes Administrator exam (CKA). The CKA exam is Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) project that’s expected to launch in September 2017.

“Mirantis has provided training on open source software for years, offering career growth opportunities and giving businesses peace of mind that they are getting properly trained engineers,” said Lee Xie, senior director of Education Services, Mirantis. “This course gives Kubernetes users a chance to gain essential hands-on experience and expert guidance before taking the CKA exam.”

KD200 guides students through the topics covered by the CKA exam and prepares them for certification.

KD200 is designed for deployment engineers and cloud administrators who want to acquire complete knowledge in using Kubernetes for deploying and managing containerized applications, and when combined with KD100, it is the most comprehensive Kubernetes training
available on the market today.

Mirantis said in a press release that the course is a continuation of Kubernetes and Docker Bootcamp (KD100), the first vendor-agnostic Kubernetes and Docker training, announced in December 2016.

The first KD200 class from Mirantis will take place in person on October 3, 2017 in Sunnyvale as well as virtually, and is currently available at an introductory price.

Register for KD200 now!