Kubernetes Camp: 2 Day Workshop

Robotron Datenbank-Software GmbH

This 2-day workshop is for developers, testers, software and system architects and is held on-site at the client’s facility or at Robotron. You will learn how to use Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS).

In this two-day workshop, the participants will be given an overview of the basics of container orchestration, which will be explained in detail, demonstrated and applied in practice by the participants. The explanation of the architecture of a Kubernetes environment, of the components used and of the technical background as well as a brief look at related topics will round off the event. To implement the practical part, each participant will receive access to an own Kubernetes cluster in which various tasks will be solved together, from simple pods through services up to the installation of a full Web application.

  • Minimum number of participants: 4
  • Location: Dresden - Robotron Training Center (1.500€ per person) or at your site (3.600€ in total)

Target group

Everyone who wants to develop, install and run applications in or for Kubernetes, such as developers, testers, software and system architects.

Required prior knowledge

  • Knowledge of terminal clients and remote operation of Linux systems over SSH
  • Basic knowledge of software container systems such as Docker is beneficial (not part of the workshop)


Day 1


  • Introduction
  • Overview Kubernetes Design and System Architecture
  • Configuration and implementation of the demo environment on the computers / notebooks of the participants


  • First Steps on and with the Kubernet Command Line
  • Creating and Configurating Applications with Pods and Containers

Day 2


  • Communication and Discovery in a Cluster - An Overview of Kubernetes Services
  • Create, scale, and update stateless applications in the Cubernet Cluster with ReplicaSets and Deployments


  • Basic concepts and special features of "Stateful Applications" in distributed Environments - A brief introduction to the use of persistent external storage in Kubernetes
  • Configuration of applications
  • FAQ