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The Certified Kubernetes Administrator is a joint certification program between the Linux Foundation and CNCF. CKA is increasingly becoming the standard to identify advanced-level Kubernetes system admins.
According to the survey of "K8sMeetup China Community" in 2018: 90.32% of Chinese Kubernetes users have never received formal CKA exam training or find an effective way to receive training or take lectures. At the same time, the survey pointed out that 80% of engineers who intended to take CKA exam can not find reliable resources to learn Kubernetes.
As the founding team's experience in Google's borg team, Caicloud has accumulated best practice in this field and has gathered excellent Kubernetes expert engineers. At the same time, Caicloud is among the first batch to pass KCSP (Kubernetes Certified Service Provider) in CNCF. Caicloud is committed to helping Chinese system admins to pass CKA.
CNCF officially certified Kubernetes training instructor with exclusively developed course curriculum.
raining materials designed and optimized by CKA experts.
Offline course 100% designed according to the CKA offical examination guidance.
Provide real examination environment lab and practice guidance.
Intensive training and rapid upgrades in a fully enclosed environment.
With 18 years of IT, CT, DT industry experiences, Ning Du has served technical management positions in a number of global companies. He is a cloud computing expert who has received international certifications in the field of IaaS and PaaS with experienced knowledge of deep learning and big data solutions. He has years of training experience in open source and container field in China.
Deyuan is currently co-founder and CTO of Caicloud, a startup that promotes Kubernetes in Chinese community and enterprises. He leads the in-house Kubernetes research and development and has successfully launched Kubernetes-based tooling and platform in tens of Chinese enterprises in production. Deyuan has given talks in Kubernetes meetups across multiple cities in China. He also presented in KubeCon, infoQ and CSDN to promote enterprise Kubernetes use cases to contribute to Kubernetes ecosystem.
Before co-founding Caicloud, Deyuan was a Googler for about two years working on cluster management system. He was also one of the early members in Kubernetes. Deyuan obtained his Master’s Degree in Computer Engineering in Carnegie Mellon University. He is a technology enthusiast - he participated in international robotics contest (RoboCon), in which he claimed the Grand Prix and published papers based on his innovation.