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☑ Learn the fundamental concepts of Kubernetes
☑ Learn to create Kubernetes YAML files
☑ Learn how to scale up/down an application
☑ Learn to deploy high availability, fault tolerance, scalable application
☑ Learn to create single node and multi node cluster with the help of minikube & KinD
☑ Learn to do easy update and rollback of application
☑ Deploy a microservice app using both CLI and YAML
This course is fully based on pragmatic approach without any kind of bogus content. A short, precise and practical oriented course for IT pros just like you.
In this course, you are going to learn about most popular orchestration management tool, Kubernetes.
Kubernetes, also known as K8s, is an open-source container orchestration tool for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications.
Among list of containerization orchestration tool, K8s is one of the popular and powerful tool which is originally designed by Google and is now maintained by the CNCF aka Cloud Native Computing Foundation.
The salient features of Kubernetes is
Automated rollouts and rollbacks
Auto load balancing
Automatic bin packing and much more
In this learning path, you'll get answers of what is container and container orchestration tool, what is Kubernetes and how it is different from Docker, how to scale up the application, how to make fault tolerance and highly available applications and much more.
Then you'll be learning about pods (basic unit of Kubernetes cluster), then adding namespaces and labels to make virtual cluster. Then you'll learn about replication controller, replicaset and deployement. What are the similarities and difference among them as well to implement them with the help of YAML files.
You'll have lots and lots of detailed hands on various commands related to minikube and kubectl.
Lectures backed by practical exercises makes it easy to understand without wasting time in doing troubleshooting. This is the only course that provides 90% practical hands on with 10% theory to support the topic.
It's all about Kubernetes
What is Docker and Kubernetes?
Architecture of Kubernetes
Advantages of using Kubernetes
Pods, Containers and Services
Minikube & KinD
What is Minikube? How to start minikube cluster?
Multinode cluster with KinD
Kubernetes in Action
Deploying and exposing first Pod, understanding Kubernetes YAML files
Creating virtual cluster with the help of Namespaces
ReplicaController, ReplicaSet and Deployment are they same
Let's make YAML file for ReplicaController
Let's make YAML file for ReplicaSet
Let's make YAML file for Deployment
Features of Kubernetes
High Availability & Load Balancing
Easy update and quick rollback
Interacting with containers inside pod
kubectl ALL COMMAND
kubectl context and configuration
kubectl apply and kubectl create
kubectl get and kubectl describe
api-resources and api-version