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Pacific Center for Adavanced Technology Training (PCATT) is located in Downtown Honolulu, with ample parking. We are on the city bus line, which makes it convenient to commute from anywhere on Oahu.

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HTML, CSS, JavaScript Fundamentals

Start with HTML5 and add CSS3 to get up to date with the latest in Web development. To this add JavaScript and you have a dynamic and interactive website. This course will focus on providing a basic understanding and functionality of today's Web development environment. You will learn to use today's best tools to create Web Applications with HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript. Topics include:

  • HTML5 - Start with basic tags in HTML5 and progress to more advanced and customized tags in XML to create a website
  • CSS3 - Start with basic Cascading Style Sheets functions and develop more advanced UI/UX with responsive functionality
  • JavaScript - Start with Basic JavaScript and learn to develop your own functions that make your site interactive using existing open source APIs

At the end of this course, you should be able to incorporate your knowledge in HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript to build your base to create functional and visually attractive websites that begin to be more interactive and dynamic in nature. Bring your own real world scenarios to work on in class for a most meaningful hands-on experience.

Prequisites

Have your own WordPress website up and running

Section - COM2139-001

WordPress Advanced

Control your own website! Start customizing and gain plug-in control. Also includes basic introduction on CSS stylesheets. Prerequisite: Have your own WordPress website up and running.

Section - COM6101-010

Section - COM6101-011

Section - COM6101-012

WordPress: Blogging Basics

Join the Blogosphere today! This course goes over the basics of WordPress from setting up a blog to adding pages as well as its general uses and functions.

Prequisites

Basic computer and Internet skills.

Section - COM6022-020

Section - COM6022-021

Section - COM6022-022

Kubernetes Basics - A Starter Kit for Cloud Computing

Containers have revolutionized the way that modern, cloud-native, web-scale applications are being built and run. Kubernetes is a Google developed, open sourced container orchestration/scheduling software that is the dominant means of deploying and managing those applications. As the rate at which companies embark on digital transformations accelerates, experience with the Docker/Kubernetes stack is becoming an increasingly important and valuable skill. 

The course will provide you a review of fundamental Docker container concepts (definitions, architectures, function). You will then learn about Kubernetes architecture and function, how Kubernetes stacks up to other COEs (and why it is the leading COE solution), and, most importantly, how to use the software. During lab exercises, you will build your own Docker container application image and then used Kubernetes to deploy and scale containers running that application. 

If you need to understand how this technology relates to the products you are developing or considering purchasing, are considering developing cloud-native applications, or want to be up to speed on the technology that is operating the cloud for that next job interview, this course will give you tactical experience with the two technologies that increasingly underlie modern cloud-based infrastructures and applications. 

To register and for more information, go to: https://learn.kumul.us/courses/kub100 

 

Please call Beryl Morimoto at 808-845-9464 or email pcatt@hawaii.edu for assistance.

Using Helm to Manage App Deployment on Kubernetes

So you've built your app or your database or whatever your workload is. Now you want to get it running, and you want to do it both quickly and elegantly. Enter Helm. 

Helm makes it super-easy to install standard workloads on Kubernetes. And with the magic of the integrated Helm Charts feature, it provides a model to describe even the most complex Kubernetes applications.The best part? It does all this repeatably and reliably. 

In this course, you will learn in detail about the above-mentioned Helm features, how it integrates with Kubernetes, and--perhaps most importantly--you will get hands-on experience with actually using Helm to deploy, upgrade and manage an application. 
If you want to simplify your deployments, you need to know about Helm. 

To register and for more information, go to: https://learn.kumul.us/courses/helm-100

Please call Beryl Morimoto at 808-845-9464 or email pcatt@hawaii.edu for assistance.

Advanced App Operations with Kubernetes

This course builds on the Kubernetes Basics- A Starter Kit for Cloud Computing curriculum and looks at more advanced Docker and Kubernetes topics, including: 
• Container networking 
• Container storage 
• Best-practices of managing cloud-native applications

Moving beyond the install, Advanced App Operations with Kubernetes focuses on the ongoing operations of your app, including the tools needed to keep your Container Orchestration Environment (COE) and the applications it is managing healthy and resilient. 

Lecture-based content is reinforced with hands-on lab exercises that serve as starting points for building your own Kubernetes environments. 

Whether you need to understand how this technology relates to the products you are developing (or considering purchasing), are considering developing cloud-native applications, or want to be up to speed on the latest cloud technology before your next job interview, this course will give you experience with the two technologies that increasingly underlie modern cloud-based infrastructures and applications. 

The training is intended to be tactical, with the expectation that--beyond a fundamental understanding of principles presented--you will be ready and able to use Docker and Kubernetes by the end of this course. 

To register and for more information, go to:  https://learn.kumul.us/courses/kub200

Please call Beryl Morimoto at 808-845-9464 or email pcatt@hawaii.edu for assistance.

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