On Wednesday 29th January I took my Certified Kubernetes Administrator exam, and after much baited breath (31 hours worth), I passed. This briefly covers my experience and the resources I used to get there. Lead Up In the weeks leading up to the exam I was becoming fairly proficient with Kubernetes but felt I needed a target to get to the required standard. So I booked my exam, on the basis that
Sometimes at work priorities change. Right now for me that means that my vRA studying is going to need to go on the back burner while I step into some Kubernetes sized shoes. This is both exciting and frustrating at the same time. On the one hand, learning Kubernetes is very exciting and full of a lot of diverse technologies. While on the other, I’ve spent a great deal of time working with an old version of vRA just for the purposes of the VCAP-CMA exam.