Knowledge sharing: Containers (Docker, etc.), Kubernetes, Openshift, Palo Alto CN series container firewalls

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Knowledge sharing: Containers (Docker, etc.), Kubernetes, Openshift, Palo Alto CN series container firewalls

L6 Presenter

I hope everyone knows about the Palo Alto Beacon training platform as recently I found a great training about the CN series firewalls as we started needing security in our AWS kubernetes cluster. Palo Alto has youtube videos but they are not enough (Introduction to CN-Series and Demo - YouTube)

 

Beacon – Palo Alto Networks

 

Home : Beacon (paloaltonetworks.com)

 

 

 

 

If you don't have good knowledge about containers and kubernetes then first check the links below.

 

 

 

For Docker containers in youtube you will find a lot of good training for example:

 

you need to learn Kubernetes RIGHT NOW!! - YouTube

 

Docker Tutorial for Beginners [FULL COURSE in 3 Hours] - YouTube

 

Docker overview | Docker Documentation

 

 

 

The same is true for Kubernetes and they have a free test lab on their site:

 

 

Learn Kubernetes Basics | Kubernetes

 

you need to learn Docker RIGHT NOW!! // Docker Containers 101 - YouTube

 

 

 

 

Red Hat has some free training and IBM provides some free labs for Containers, Kubernetes, Openshift etc.:

 

 

Training and Certification (redhat.com)

 

IBM CloudLabs: Free, Interactive Kubernetes Tutorials | IBM

 

Red Hat OpenShift Tutorials | IBM

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L7 Applicator

Thanks @nikoolayy1 for posting this.  Posts like this really help more people that you realize. 

Please keep up the great work!! 

LIVEcommunity team member
Stay Secure,
Joe
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