Containerization has taken the IT world by storm, in the last few years. Large software houses, starting from Google and Amazon, are running significant portions of their production load in containers. Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications.
This course is approximately 50% hands-on, combining expert lecture, real-world demonstrations and group discussions with machine-based practical labs and exercises. Our engaging instructors and mentors are highly experienced practitioners who bring years of current "on-the-job" experience into every classroom. In this courses you will learn about,
· What a Kubernetes cluster is, and how to deploy and manage them on-premises and in the cloud.
· How Kubernetes fits into the cloud-native ecosystem, and how it interfaces with other important technologies such as Docker.
· The major Kubernetes components that let us deploy and manage applications in a modern cloud-native fashion.
· How to define and manage applications with declarative manifest files that should be version-controlled and treated like code.
- Our sample application 00:00:00
- Kubernetes concepts 00:00:00
- Declarative vs imperative 00:00:00
- Kubernetes network model 00:00:00
- First contact with kubectl 00:00:00
- Setting up Kubernetes 00:00:00
- Running our first containers on Kubernetes 00:00:00
- Exposing containers 00:00:00
- Shipping images with a registry 00:00:00
- Running our application on Kubernetes 00:00:00
- The Kubernetes dashboard 00:00:00
- Security implications of kubectl apply 00:00:00
- Scaling a deployment 00:00:00
- Daemon sets 00:00:00
- Labels and selectors 00:00:00
- Rolling updates 00:00:00