Learn how to set up and operate a Kubernetes and CoreOS cluster, hands-on, from the team that created the building blocks for modern distributed systems. We'll cover fundamental Kubernetes concepts and architecture, then setup, configure, and manage your own instance. You'll learn how to deploy the control and worker nodes, Kubernetes DNS, and the CLI, as well as manage applications with Kubernetes (including creating and managing pods, replication controllers, and services). The included modules and labs alternate between learning essential Kubernetes concepts and hands-on experience running a Kubernetes cluster. You'll also learn about CoreOS and how it differs from other Linux distributions and provides unique facilities for first-class cluster citizenship. Discover how CoreOS provides today's distributed computing essentials, such as container isolation with rkt and Docker, service discovery with etcd, and automatic, atomic, and intelligently-coordinated updates. Prerequisites:Comfort with the Linux command line and working knowledge of networking, cloud, and virtualization concepts. Objectives:You'll learn: About the different Kubernetes components The process of deploying applications How to set up container networking To troubleshoot Kubernetes app deployment About cloud provider integration To configure and administer availability with Kubernetes Agenda: CoreOS overview Setting up AWS SDK tools Kubernetes installation and configuration on AWS Running etcd Operation and maintenance CoreOS updating, logging, debugging, and monitoring Running Docker Container on CoreOS Kubernetes on CoreOS Plan and provision Kubernetes cluster on AWS Install and configure Kubernetes cluster on AWS Running and managing applications Course details: 2 days: May 4 and 5 Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm Up to a maximum of 15 participants Lunches provided, vegetarian option available
Milton Garden Club Perennial Sale on May 13, 2017 Spring is Here!!! The Milton Garden Club will hold its annual Perennial Sale on the lawn of the Milton Public Library on Saturday, May 13, 2017 from 8am to 10am, rain or shine on the lawn of the Milton Library. The treasures for sale include perennial plants from member’s gardens and other distant nurseries specially selected to thrive in Milton’s environmental conditions and to bloom year after year. Milton Garden Club members will be available to answer questions about the plants and to provide gardening advice. Come early for the best selection of perennials as our plants do sell quickly! www.miltongardenclub.org
The Town of Milton was founded in 1662 and is located in Norfolk County. The town is known for its beauty and wealth of the community.
Points of interest in Milton include the Captain Forbes House Museum that was built in 1883; Captain Forbes was a ship owner and designer as well as an internationally known philanthropist. Also visit the Blue Hills Reservation for a piece of history and a picture perfect view of Boston.
Milton is also home to the first chocolate factory in New England which was the Baker Chocolate Factory built in 1764. The town is also one of the most Irish towns in the United States.