We will examine how Kubernetes works using a step-by-step example that illustrates each problem it helps solve. Along the way, we will demonstrate core Kubernetes concepts and building blocks. Participants will exit this presentation with a comprehensive understanding of Kubernetes fundamentals.
10:00 AM | Code Lab
AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) QuickStart
Kubernetes isn’t just for GCP anymore. This solution shows how to create an AWS EKS Cluster and deploy a simple web application with an external Load Balancer.
Note: This how-to assumes you are creating the eks cluster in us-east-1, you have access to your AWS Root Account, you know how to create an EC2 Instance, and can login to the instance from your laptop.
11:45 AM | Code Lab
Angular is a development platform for building mobile and desktop applications. Angular lets you extend HTML’s syntax to express your application’s components clearly and succinctly. Angular’s binding and Dependency Injection eliminate much of the code you would otherwise have to write.
In this Codelab you will start working on creating a video social network application.
3:15 PM | Code Lab
Building a Specialized Chatbot Using Knowledge-Based Artificial Intelligence
The goal of this code lab is to help participants learn the building blocks of conversational AI & natural language processing (NLP). By the end, participants will have created a basic chatbot using Python open-source libraries and will have resources for creating more complex chatbots and NLP projects in the future.