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The Breakfast Club is a team of 6 nerdy Greater guys that like to play around with the latest techniques and tools. Every Thursday we come down to HQ to learn and develop together while enjoying pizza and an occasional beer…
But of course, this is not all we do. We also take part in the development of our RHCSA, RHCE and Ansible courses; for example, this includes providing both the dynamic deployments of the training environments in Azure, but also providing the technical input for the training courses.

Within the Breakfastclub we share knowledge by testing and trying out all kinds of DevOps tooling. Below you will find a list of the tooling we are currently working with:

  • GIT
  • Ansible
  • TerraForm
  • Azure
  • Packer
  • Kubernetes

We build cloud environments in Azure or AWS, with tools like TerraForm, Packer, GIT and Ansible. A server is deployed within several minutes.

Lately some of our colleagues join us during our Thursday sessions to study for the Linux RHCSA or RHCE courses. We are happy to help out anyone with questions regarding the courses and we will provide them with guidance and support in every way we can… so feel free to come around!

At this moment we also participate in the Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) course. This is really something else, it’s a lot of information to process and a completely different method to manage your environment(s).

Unfortunately, Corona came around and the KubeCon 2020 event has been moved to July/August. Last year it we joined the event in Barcelona, and this was a huge success.

So, if you are curious about what we nerds do on the Thursday evenings, feel free to drop by! Perhaps you’ve got some Great(er) ideas you want to share of you need some help yourself; our motto is: sharing is caring!

#CICD #DevOps #cloud #RHCSA #RHCE #CKA

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