Linux Foundation Launches New GitOps Training


Two new courses, focused on GitOps, are now being offered to help admins and companies deliver CI/CD with Linux.

In conjunction with the Cloud Native Computing Foundation and the Continuous Delivery Foundation, the Linux Foundation is now offering two new classes, focused on GitOps. These two self-paced, online training courses are available now and are designed to teach all of the skills necessary for admins to start implementing GitOps into their company's workflow.

The two classes offered are as follows:

Introduction to GitOps (LFS169) is a free introductory class that provides the foundation for admins to grasp the GitOps principles, tools, and best practices for the implementation of cloud-native applications running on a Kubernetes cluster. This course teaches how to set up and automate continuous delivery pipelines to a Kubernetes cluster, to increase productivity, reliability, and efficiency.

GitOps: Continuous Delivery on Kubernetes with Flux (LFS269) is a course directed at software developers who are interested in learning how to deploy cloud-native applications with GitHub-based workflows. This course will provide a deeper dive into the GitOps practices and offers in-depth training on how to implement those best practices using Flux CD. You can enroll in this course for $299.00. You should be familiar with Kubernetes pods, ReplicaSets, deployments, services, namespaces, kubectl, and YAML specs at a minimum.


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