Azure Kubernetes Service with Azure DevOps and Terraform

Docker, AKS, Azure Disks, DevOps, Virtual Nodes, ACR, DNS Zones, Active Directory, Kubernetes RBAC, Ingress, Terraform

4.64 (339 reviews)

Azure Kubernetes Service with Azure DevOps and Terraform



27.5 hours


Mar 2021

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What you will learn

You will learn to build Azure AKS Production grade clusters using Azure AKS CLI

You will learn terraform from basics and create terraform manifests for provisioning Azure AKS Production grade clusters

You will learn to provision Azure AKS Clusters using Terraform and Azure DevOps.

You will learn 30+ kubernetes concepts and use 21 Azure Services in combination with Azure AKS

You will implement DevOps concepts with Azure DevOps Continuous Integration Pipelines and Continuous Deliver Pipelines also called Release Pipelines

You will write Azure DevOps CI Pipelines from scratch using Starter Pipelines

You will write kubernetes manifests with confidence after going through live template writing sections

You will learn Kubernetes Fundamentals in both imperative and declarative approaches

You will learn writing & deploying k8s manifests for storage concepts like storage class, persistent volume claim pvc, mysql

You will learn to switch from native Azure Disks to Azure MySQL Database using k8s external name service

You will learn writing and deploying load balancer k8s manifests for Azure Standard Load Balancer

You will learn writing ingress k8s manifests by enabling features like context path based routing, domain name based routing, SSL with LetsEncrypt and External DNS.

You will learn writing k8s manifests for Azure Virtual Nodes (serverless) and do mixed mode workload deployments in both Azure Linux NodePools and Virtual Nodes.

You will learn using ACR - Azure Container Registry in combination with AKS in 3 ways (ACR Attach, using Service Principal, on Virtual Nodes)

You will learn to enable Autoscaling features like HPA & Cluster Autoscaler

You will learn Docker fundamentals by implementing usecases like download image from Docker Hub and run on local desktop and build an image locally, test and push to Docker Hub.

You will master many kubectl commands over the process

You will learn to integrate Azure AKS with Azure Active Directory for AKS Admins to be created managed in Azure Active Directory

You will learn Kubernetes RBAC concepts like role, role-binding, cluster role, cluster role binding in combination with Azure AD for Azure AKS granular level access control


******* Course Overview *******

Welcome to this Amazing course on Azure AKS Kubernetes - Masterclass | Azure DevOps, Terraform.  Below is the list of modules covered in this course.

Course Modules

  1. Create Azure AKS Cluster using Azure Portal

  2. Docker Fundamentals

  3. Imperative Method: Kubernetes Fundamentals using kubectl

  4. Declarative Method: Kubernetes Fundamentals using YAML

  5. Azure Disks for AKS Storage

  6. Custom Storage Class, PVC, and PV

  7. AKS default Storage class, PVC and PV

  8. User Management Web Application Deployment with MySQL as storage using Storage Class, PVC, and PV

  9. Azure MySQL for AKS Storage

  10. Kubernetes Secrets

  11. Azure Files for AKS Storage

  12. Ingress Basics

  13. Ingress Context path based Routing

  14. Azure DNS Zones - Delegate domain from AWS to Azure

  15. Ingress and External DNS with Azure DNS Zones

  16. Ingress Domain Name based Routing with External DNS

  17. Ingress SSL with LetsEncrypt

  18. Kubernetes Requests & Limits

  19. Kubernetes Namespaces

  20. Kubernetes Namespaces - Imperative

  21. Kubernetes Namespaces - Limit Range

  22. Kubernetes Namespaces - Resource Quota

  23. Azure Virtual Nodes for AKS

  24. Azure Virtual Nodes Basics

  25. Azure AKS Virtual Nodes Mixed Mode Deployments

  26. Azure Container Registry for AKS

  27. Integrate Azure Container Registry ACR with AKS

  28. Azure AKS Pull Docker Images from ACR using Service Principal

  29. Pull Docker Images from ACR using Service Principal and Run on Azure Virtual Nodes

  30. Azure DevOps with AKS Cluster

  31. Azure DevOps - Build and Push Docker Image to Azure Container Registry

  32. Azure DevOps - Build, Push to ACR and Deploy to AKS

  33. Azure DevOps - Create Starter Pipeline

  34. Azure DevOps - Release Pipelines

  35. Azure AKS - Enable HTTP Application Routing AddOn

  36. Azure AKS Authentication with Azure AD and Kubernetes RBAC

  37. Azure AKS Cluster Access with Multiple Clusters

  38. Azure AD Integration with Azure AKS for Authentication

  39. Kubernetes RBAC Role & Role Binding with Azure AD on AKS

  40. Kubernetes RBAC Cluster Role & Role Binding with AD on AKS

  41. Azure AKS Cluster Autoscaling

  42. Azure AKS - Cluster Autoscaler

  43. Azure AKS - Horizontal Pod Autoscaler HPA

  44. Azure AKS Production Grade Cluster Design using AZ AKS CLI

  45. Create Azure AKS Cluster using AZ AKS CLI

  46. Create Azure AKS Linux, Windows, and Virtual Node Pools

  47. Deploy Apps to Azure AKS Linux, Windows, and Virtual Node Pools

  48. Provision Azure AKS Clusters using Terraform

  49. Terraform Command Basics

  50. Terraform Language Basics

  51. Provision AKS Cluster using Terraform

  52. Create AKS Cluster Linux and Windows Node Pools

  53. Create an Azure AKS Cluster using Custom Virtual Network

  54. Provision Azure AKS using Terraform & Azure DevOps

Azure Services Covered

  1. Azure Kubernetes Service

  2. Azure Disks

  3. Azure Files

  4. Azure MySQL Database

  5. Azure Storage Accounts

  6. Azure Cloud Shell

  7. Azure Load Balancer

  8. Azure DNS Zones

  9. Azure Container Registries ACR

  10. Azure Container Registries ACR with Azure Service Principal

  11. Azure DevOps - Build Pipelines with ACR & Github Repositories

  12. Azure DevOps - Release Pipelines with AKS

  13. Azure Public IP Address

  14. Azure Standard Load Balancer

  15. Azure Virtual Networks

  16. Azure Active Directory

  17. Azure Container Instances - Virtual Nodes

  18. Azure AKS Windows and Linux User NodePools

  19. Azure Managed Service Identity - MSI

  20. Azure Virtual Machine Scale Sets

  21. Azure Log Analytics Workspaces for Azure Monitor

Kubernetes Concepts Covered

  1. Kubernetes Architecture

  2. Pods

  3. ReplicaSets

  4. Deployments

  5. Services - Load Balancer Service

  6. Services - Cluster IP Service

  7. Services - External Name Service

  8. Services - Ingress Service

  9. Services - Ingress SSL & SSL Redirect

  10. Services - Ingress & External DNS

  11. Services - Domain Name based Routing

  12. Imperative - with kubectl

  13. Declarative - Declarative with YAML

  14. Secrets

  15. Init Containers

  16. Requests & Limits

  17. Namespaces - Imperative

  18. Namespaces - Limit Range

  19. Namespaces - Resource Quota

  20. Storage Classes

  21. Persistent Volumes

  22. Persistent Volume Claims

  23. Services - Load Balancers

  24. Annotations

  25. HPA - Horizontal Pod Autoscaler

  26. CA - Cluster Autoscaler

  27. Config Maps

  28. RBAC - Role & Role Bindings

  29. RBAC - Cluster Role & Cluster Role Bindings

  30. Virtual Kubelet

  31. Secrets - Image Pull Secrets

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Create Azure AKS Cluster

Step-01: Introduction to Azure AKS Cluster

Step-02: Create AKS Cluster

Step-03: Explore AKS Cluster using kubectl and Azure Mgmt Console

Step-04: Setup Azure CLI on Local Desktop

Step-05: Deploy Sample Application and Test

Docker Fundamentals

Step-01: Docker Fundamentals - Introduction

Step-02: Introduction to Docker, Why Docker, What Problems Docker Solve.

Step-03: Docker Architecture or Docker Terminology

Step-04: Docker Installation

Step-05: Docker - Pull Docker Image from Docker Hub and Run it locally

Step-06: Docker - Build Docker Image locally, Test and Push it to Docker Hub

Step-07: Docker - Essential Commands Overview

Kubernetes Fundamentals with kubectl - Imperative Approach

Pre-requisite Note for Students from my course AWS EKS Kubernetes - Masterclass

Step-01: Understand Kubernetes Architecture

Step-03: Introduction to Kubernetes Fundamentals

Step-04: Introduction to Kubernetes Pods

Step-05: Create a Pod, Understand about it and delete pod

Step-06: Load Balancer Service Introduction

Step-07: Create Pod and LoadBalancer Service and Test

Step-08: Interact with pods, logs, connect to pod and cleanup

Step-09: Introduction to Kubernetes ReplicaSets

Step-10: Create ReplicaSet and Test it

Step-11: Expose ReplicaSet as Service, Test Scalability & High Availability

Step-12: Introduction to Kubernetes Deployments

Step-13: Create Deployment, Expose with a Service, Scale Up and Down Replicas

Step-14: Understand how to Update Deployments in Kubernetes

Step-15: Understand how to rollback deployments in Kubernetes

Step-16: Understand how to pause and resume deployments in kubernetes

Step-17: Introduction to Services in Kubernetes

Step-18: Services Demo with Cluster IP and Load Balancer Services

Kubernetes Fundamentals with YAML - Declarative Approach

Step-01: Introduction to creating Kubernetes Resources using declarative path wi

Step-02: YAML Basics

Step-03: Create Pod Definition using YAML

Step-04: Create Load Balancer Service using YAML

Step-05: Create ReplicaSet and LoadBalancer Service with YAML and Test

Step-06: Create Deployment and LoadBalancer Service with YAML and Test

Step-07: Create Backend Application k8s Deployment and Service

Step-08: Create frontend application k8s deployment and service and test

AKS Storage - Azure Disks

Step-01: Azure Disks for AKS Storage Introduction

Step-02: Create Storage class Kubernetes Manifest

Step-03: Create Persistent Volume Claim Manifest, Deploy SC, PVC and Test

Step-04: Create ConfigMap Kubernetes Manifest

Step-05: Create MySQL Kubernetes Deployment Manifest

Step-06: Create MySQL Kubernetes Cluster IP Service, Deploy, Test and CleanUp

Step-07: Use AKS provisioned Storage Class instead of Custom Storage Class

Step-08: Create User Management Web Application (UWB) k8s Deployment Manifest

Step-09: Create UWB k8s Service, Deploy, Test and CleanUp

AKS Storage - Azure MySQL Database

Step-01: Azure MySQL Database Introduction

Step-02: Create Azure MYSQL Database

Step-03: Create k8s External Name Service, Deploy and Test mysql connection

Step-04: Review UWB App k8s Manifests, Deploy, Test and CleanUp

Kubernetes Secrets

Implement Kubernetes Secrets

AKS Storage - Azure Files

Step-01: Azure Files Introduction

Step-02: Review k8s manifests for Azure Files - Storage Class and PVC

Step-03: Deploy App, Upload Static Files, Test and CleanUp

Ingress - Basics

Step-00: Ingress Introduction

Step-01: Ingress Basics Introduction

Step-02: Create Static Public IP in Azure dedicated for Ingress

Step-03: Install Ingress

Step-04: Create k8s Ingress Manifest, Review k8s App Manifests and Deploy

Step-05: Deploy k8s Ingress and App manifests, Test and CleanUp

Ingress - Context Path based Routing

Step-01: Ingress Context Path based Routing Introduction

Step-02: Review CPR k8s manifests

Step-03: Deploy k8s CPR Ingress, App manifests, Test and CleanUp

Azure DNS Zones - Delegate a DNS Domain to Azure DNS

Step-01: Azure DNS Zones Introduction

Step-02: Create DNS Zone in Azure, Change Nameservers at DomaiN Registrar and Te

Ingress - ExternalDNS for Azure DNS on AKS

Step-01: ExternalDNS Introduction

Step-02: Review ExternalDNS k8s Manifests

Step-03: Create Managed Service Identity to allow access to DNS Zones

Step-04: Deploy ExternalDNS, Review & Deploy Apps, Test and CleanUp

Ingress - Domain Name based Routing

Step-01: Ingress Domain Named based Routing Introduction

Step-02: Review k8s DNR Manifests, Deploy, Test and CleanUp

Ingress - SSL with LetsEncrypt

Step-01: Ingress SSL Introduction

Step-02: Install Cert Manager, Review and Deploy Cluster Issuer

Step-03: Review k8s Ingress SSL manifest, App Manifests, Deploy, Test and CleanU

Kubernetes Resources - Requests & Limits

Step-01: Kubernetes Resources - Requests & Limits Introduction

Step-02: Kubernetes Resources - Requests & Limits Implement, Deploy, Test and Cl

Kubernetes Namespaces

Step-01: Kubernetes Namespaces - Introduction

Step-02: Kubernetes Namespaces - Implement Namespaces with kubectl - Imperative

Step-03: Kubernetes Namespaces - Namespaces Limit Range Introduction

Step-04: Kubernetes Namespaces - Namespaces Limit Range Implementation

Step-05: Kubernetes Namespaces - Namespaces ResourceQuota Introduction

Step-06: Kubernetes Namespaces - Namespaces ResourceQuota Implementation

Azure AKS Virtual Nodes

Step-01: Understand what is Virtual Kubelet and Azure Container Instances ACI

Step-02: Understand what is Virtual Kubelet and Azure Container Instances ACI

Step-03: Create AKS Cluster with Virtual Nodes Add On Enabled and Verify the sam

Step-04: Deploy Sample App on Azure Virtual Nodes, Scale the App and Clean-Up

Step-05: Azure Virtual Nodes Mixed Mode Deployments Introduction

Step-06: Review k8s Manifests for Mixed Mode Deployments

Step-07: Deploy, Test and Clean-Up Mixed Mode Deployments

Azure Container Registry for Azure AKS

Step-01: Azure Container Registry Introduction

Step-02: Azure ACR & AKS Integration - Introduction

Step-03: Create ACR and Build and Run Docker Image Locally

Step-04: Attach ACR to AKS Cluster, Deploy Sample App Test and Clean Up

Step-05: Pull ACR Images with Service Principal Introduction

Step-06: Create ACR and Build and Run Docker Image Locally and push the docker i

Step-07: Create Azure Service Principal and Kubernetes Secret

Step-08: Review k8s manifests, Deploy, Test and CleanUp SP usecase

Step-09: Schedule on Virtual Nodes by pulling using SP and test

Azure DevOps - Build Docker Image and Push to Azure Container Registry

Step-01: Introduction to Azure DevOps Build Pipeline & Azure Container Registry

Step-02: Create a Local Repository, Check-In Files and Push to Remote Github Rep

Step-03: Create ACR, Azure DevOps Organization and Project and Discuss about Azu

Step-04: Create a Build Pipleline to Build and Push Docker Image to ACR

Step-05: Make changes to index.html to V2, commit and push changes and review th

Step-06: Understand Namespaces in Azure Container Registry using Azure DevOps Pi

Step-07: Review Docker Build and Push Pipeline code on a high level

Azure DevOps - Build Docker Image, Push to ACR and Deploy to Azure AKS

Step-01: Deploy to AKS Introduction

Step-02: Create Pre-built pipeline named Deploy to AKS

Step-03: Review Build and Deploy Stage Logs, Kubernetes Pods Access Application

Step-04: Deploy New Version of Application and review Pipeline stages Build, Dep

Step-05: Review Pipeline code for Build and Deploy Stages

Step-06: Clean-Up Kubernetes App1 Workloads

Azure DevOps - Create Pieplines from scratch using Starter Pipeline

Step-01: Introduction to Azure Starter Pipelines and Pipeline Key Concepts

Step-02: Create Semi customized Pipeline for Build, Push Docker Image to ACR and

Step-03: Create using Starter Pipeline for Build, Push Docker Image to ACR and P

Azure DevOps - Release Pipelines

Step-01: Azure DevOps Release Pipelines - Introduction

Step-02: Create k8s Namespaces and Service Connections to those k8s Namespaces

Step-03: Create Release Pipeline with Dev Stage and Map Artifacts from CI Build,

Step-04: Verify Image name in k8s manifest and Check-In new code and review Buil

Step-05: Change the Docker Image tag to Build.SourceVersion and test

Step-06: Create QA, Staging and Prod Stages in Release Pipelines with email appr

Step-07: Check-In new code, review entire Build and Release Pipelines

Step-08: Clean-Up Kubernetes Workloads

Azure AKS - HTTP Application Routing Add On

Step-01: Introduction to AKS HTTP Application Routing Add On

Step-02: Enable HTTP Application Routing AddOn on AKS Cluster

Step-03: Deploy Sample Application with Ingress Service and Test

Step-04: Clean Up Apps and Disable the Add-On

Azure AKS - Access to Multiple AKS Clusters

Step-01: Introduction to configuring access to Multiple AKS Clusters

Step-02: Create two clusters with names aksdemo3 and aksdemo4 with Azure AKS CLI

Step-03: Configure Access to aksdemo3 cluster, Understand kubectl config view an

Step-04: Configure Access to aksdemo4 cluster and explore kubectl config use-con

Azure AKS - Active Directory Authentication for AKS Admins

Step-01: Introduction to Active Directory Authentication for AKS Admins

Step-02: Create AD Group and User and Enable AD for AKS

Step-03: Access Azure AKS Cluster Resources using Azure AD user from kubectl

Step-04: How to relogin with differetn user and how to override AD Authenticatio

Azure AKS - Kubernetes RBAC Role & Role Binding with Azure AD

Step-01: Introduction to Kubernetes RBAC

Step-02: Introduction to Role and Role Binding in Kubernetes in combination with

Step-03: Create Dev, QA Namespaces and deploy sample applications

Step-04: Create AD Group, Role Assignment, User and Test login

Step-05: Review k8s Role and Role Binding manifests, create them

Step-06: Access Dev Namespace using aksdev1 user and test

Azure AKS - Kubernetes RBAC Cluster Role & Cluster Role Binding with Azure AD

Step-01: Introduction to Cluster Role and Cluster Role Binding in Kubernetes in

Step-02: Create AD Group, Role Assignment, User and Test login

Step-03: Review k8s Cluster Role and Cluster Role Binding manifests, create them

Step-04: Access Cluster resources in readonly mode with AD readonly user askread

Azure AKS Autoscaling - Cluster Autoscaler

Step-01: Introduction to Cluster Autoscaler

Step-02: Create AKS Cluster with Autoscaling enabled using Azure AKS CLI

Step-03: Deploy Sample Application to Test cluster autoscaler and Clean-Up

Azure AKS Autoscaling - Horizontal Pod Autoscaler

Step-01: Introduction to Horizontal Pod Autoscaler

Step-02: Create HPA imperatively and also review HPA Declarative k8s manifest

Step-03: Generate load to demonstrate HPA in action and CleanUp

Azure AKS Production grade cluster design with az aks cli

Step-01: Introduction to creating prod grade AKS Cluster using AZ AKS CLI - Part

Step-02: Introduction to creating prod grade AKS Cluster using AZ AKS CLI - Part

Step-03: Introduction to Creating Azure AKS Cluster using AZ AKS CLI

Step-04: Implement Pre-requisite items like Creating Vnets & Subnets

Step-05: Implement Pre-requisite items like AD Users, AD Groups SSHKEY, Log Anal

Step-06: Create Azure AKS Cluster using az aks cli

Step-07: Verify Cluster access using Azure AD User

Step-08: Introduction to AKS NodePools

Step-09: Create Virtual Nodes and Fix ACI Connector Issues related to Access

Step-10: Create Linux User NodePool and Verify

Step-11: Create Windows User NodePool and Verify

Step-12: Introduction to deploying apps to NodePools using K8S Node Selectors

Step-13: Review all 4 applications kubernetes manifests

Step-14: Deploy 4 Apps, Test and Clean-Up

Provision Azure AKS Cluster with Terraform

Step-01: Terraform Basics Introduction

Step-02: Install Pre-requisistes, Terraform, AZ CLI, set Azure Subscription

Step-03: Understand Terraform Providers and Terraform Init Command

Step-04: Understand Terraform plan, validate and apply commands

Step-05: Make changes and apply like add tags, modify resource group and underst

Step-06: Understand Terraform refresh command in combination with tfstate files

Step-07: Understand terraform show, providers and destroy commands

Step-08: Introduction to Terraform Language Basics

Step-09: Understand Terraform Language Syntax

Step-10: Create Terraform Settings Block, Provide Block and Random Pet resource-

Step-11: Create Terraform Settings Block, Provide Block and Random Pet resource-

Step-12: Understand Terraform Input Variables - Part1

Step-13: Understand Terraform Input Variables - Part2

Step-14: Understand Terraform Output Values

Step-15: Deploy Terraform manifests and Verify

Step-16: Migrate Terraform Local State to Azure Storage Account

Step-17: Provision Azure AKS Cluster Introduction

Step-18: Create SSH Keys, Windows Admin & Password, AKS latest version Datasourc

Step-19: Create Log Analytics Workspace and Azure AD Group Terraform Resources

Step-20: Create AKS Cluster Manifest Part-1

Step-21: Create AKS Cluster Manifest Part-2

Step-22: Create AKS Cluster Manifest Part-3

Step-23: Create Outputs, Provision AKS Cluster and Verify Outputs

Step-24: Verify Access using default AKS Admin and Azure AD User associated to A

Step-25: Create Windows and Linux Nodepools

Step-26: Deploy Sample Apps, test and execute terraform destroy

Step-27: Provision AKS Cluster with Custom VNET

Step-28: Verify the cluster, nodepools and deploy sample apps, test and destroy

Using Terraform & Azure DevOps Provision Azure AKS cluster

Step-01: Introduction to provisioning Azure AKS Cluster using Terraform and Azur

Step-02: Install Azure DevOps Terraform Plugins in Azure DevOps Organization

Step-03: Review Terraform Manifests, Kubernetes Manifests and Pipeline backup fi

Step-04: Setup Github repository local and remote and copy k8s and terraform man

Step-05: Create Service Connection, Fix AD Permissions, Create SSH Key and Uploa

Step-06: Create Pipeline with Terraform Validate Stage - Part-1

Step-07: Create Pipeline with Terraform Validate Stage - Part-2

Step-08: Introduction to Deploy Dev AKS Cluster Deployment Job in Stage 2 of Pip

Step-09: Write Pipeline code to Provision Dev AKS Cluster

Step-10: Verify Dev AKS Cluster Provisioning is successful using Azure DevOps Pi

Step-11: Create QA envionment related Pipeline code and Provision QA environment

Step-12: Verify QA Environment

Step-13: Add new nodepool, check-in code, monitor pipeline and verify cahnges

Step-14: Clean-Up both AKS Clusters


JT2 January 2021

excellent course , comprehensive , well planned out videos with associated commands to work along with. very high quality.

Rupesh1 January 2021

Kadida, course is full of hands-on experience with neat documentation. The course content address most of the current demands in cloud DevOps era, thanks

Ankush1 January 2021

Great Instructor. Highly recommend Very in-depth, starting with very basics This course requires your time and dedication. If you put those into practice you'll do amazingly well on DevOps & SRE Roles which are in trending today Impressed with Absolute Real-time approach

Prashant30 December 2020

very nice explanation and easy to understand. Some topics I was not able to find on Kubernetes official documentation which are included in the course.

Nehar19 December 2020

what else do you need to learn to get a job, everything is in this course. finished this course in 1.5 speed , well done awesome course.

Durga18 December 2020

The content is well organized and your explanation is exceptional. I highly recommned this course to anyone who want to learn in detailed. Thank you kalyan for sharing such knowledge.

Madhu11 December 2020

This instructor took every topic in a the realtime approach so grasping and implementing became easy for me This is the only course that takes our expectations and thinking till production-grade deployments. Started with Very basic "what is a pod" to provision Kubernetes clusters using Terraform at production-grade. THANKS, A TON. HELPED ME A LOT.

Ronak11 December 2020

Amazing course with lots of hands on & demos on Kubernetes, Azure Devops & Terraform. All the services were explained in-depth along with hands-on by instructor and the course content is perfect for DevOps and SRE Engineers

Elliot10 December 2020

One of the best ever hands-on tutorials I have encountered in my 16 years of IT career that explains the complex concepts so easily. This course was very useful. It gives me great in-depth knowledge about Kubernetes, Azure DevOps, and Terraform Very happy to take the course!

Rick10 December 2020

That was an incredibly good course I took in recent times. A lot of thought and effort has been put into presenting this quite extensive material. I had almost no practical experience with Azure before starting this course, but now I feel very comfortable with Kubernetes, Azure Cloud, Azure DevOps, and Terraform

Lisa9 December 2020

One stop shop if you want to learn Kubernetes in realtime with Azure AKS, Azure DevOps & Terraform. Extremely detailed and well-organized course. Instructor has a very good teaching sense for easy understandability by breaking the topics into smaller modules with step-by-step documentation. Thank you so much for this amazing course

Adam8 December 2020

OUTSTANDING COURSE!!! It looks like one place for entire Azure Kubernetes Service with Azure DevOps and Terraform. Thank you for creating this course. I started with zero understanding about Terraform and in 6 hours i feel like an expert in Terraform. Finally i Love the instructor's energy, enthusiasm and manner of explanation using step by step approach in github

Ankit8 December 2020

This is an Awesome course. Keep up the good work!!! I like how he explains things with examples and detailed steps from github. The best course I'ver ever taken. I feel completely confident in my knowledge and ability to deliver what is required from Kubernetes perspective after this realtime course.

Christine7 December 2020

Right, fit for anyone who wants to be in DevOps & SRE on Azure Cloud. Every concept explained very nicely with step-by-step documentation in Github. A very huge amount of topics covered starting from Kubernetes basics, Azure Kubernetes Service, Azure DevOps, and Terraform Thank you for wonderful course

Sujay4 December 2020

Excellent course and probably the only course which discusses AKS, Terraform and Azure DevOps in such depth. Highly recommended.


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