Hands-on Kubernetes, 3rd Edition | LiveLessons
English | Size: 7.73 GB
3+ Hours of Video Instruction
Hands-on Kubernetes LiveLessons is focused on teaching you real-world skills for configuration and deployment so you can get started with your Kubernetes projects today. This course focuses on you actually doing the work. This course provides more than 4 hours of hands-on tutorials in the form of lightboard explanations and demonstrations so you can immediately get started with Kubernetes. Up-front access to all configuration files is provided.
The course is full of demonstrations, lightboard explanations, and real-world projects. Presented by Sander van Vugt, best-selling author and video presenter, this video course introduces containers and Kubernetes efficiently and quickly. You will move through the process of creation, management, and application storage in a little more than 4 hours. By the end of the course, you will have all the tools necessary to deploy real applications with Kubernetes.
Learn How To
* Containerize applications in Kubernetes by following just a few examples
* Understand Kubernetes in just a few hours
* Dip your toes into Kubernetes before focusing on the CKAD or CKA certification
Who Should Take This Course
* System administrators who want to understand the workings of a Kubernetes cluster
* Developers who want to run their applications in Kubernetes
* Anyone interested in learning all you need to know about Kubernetes in just a few hours
Course Requirements A virtual machine running a recent version of Fedora Workstation
Lesson 1, "Understanding the Kubernetes Revolution," speaks to the evolution of Kubernetes and how it has become so important. It discusses server-based IT and how that has been made obsolete by the container revolution, and why Kubernetes makes a lot of sense when you are converting to a complete container landscape.
Lesson 2, "Before We Get Started: Let’s Talk Containers!," provides a minimal understanding of working with containers. You’ll learn how to work with containers, registries, and images and by the time this lesson is over, you’ll have your first container up and running.
Lesson 3, "Setting up a Kubernetes Environment," explores Kubernetes usage options, including different ways to get started with Kubernetes, after which you can pick the method that works best for you.
Lesson 4, "Running Your First Application," gets started with the Kubernetes Dashboard, the kubectl command, and how to use them to build your first Kubernetes application!
Lesson 5, "Behind the Scenes: Understanding the API," further explores what is behind the application and discusses the API, including how to explore what it is offering.
Lesson 6, "Using YAML to Create Kubernetes Objects," gets into YAML files for replication and explains pods as well as deployments from a YAML file.
Lesson 7, "Understanding Essential Kubernetes Object Components," covers pod scalability and security, as well as how labels, selectors, and annotations are used within the pods.
Lesson 8, "Making Applications Accessible," shows how to expose pods using services and Ingress, after which external users should be able to access them.
Lesson 9, "Managing Kubernetes Storage," starts by showing how to change storage in Kubernetes pods from being ephemeral. This lesson also discusses the different ways to connect an application to internal as well as external storage.
Lesson 10, "Checking it Out in Google Cloud," quickly goes over how to manage Kubernetes in Google Cloud.
Links are Interchangeable – No Password – Single Extraction