Livelessons - Getting Started with Kubernetes

Livelessons - Getting Started with Kubernetes
Livelessons - Getting Started with Kubernetes
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6+ Hours of Video Instruction
More than six and a half hours of video instruction, including demos and labs, providing detailed explanations for leveraging Kubernetes as a tool for container orchestration and automation, including how to use it with Docker, pods, labels, volumes, as well as architectures and deployments.
Containers are taking over the traditional IT Environment to bring new software to users. Kubernetes was developed as an independent solution to manage and orchestrate containers in the corporate data center. As the source code has been donated to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, Kubernetes has rapidly become the standard for container orchestration. It can be used within the premises of a corporate data center, but also integrated in all of the leading public cloud offerings.
Getting Started with Kubernetes LiveLessons offers a complete overview of all that is needed to start working with Kubernetes. It starts by explaining why Kubernetes is needed, and how it is used to orchestrate containers. During the course, a lab environment is built using Minikube, thus allowing anyone to create a Kubernetes test environment. Through lesson labs, demos, and whiteboard demonstrations, the course covers advanced topics, such as creating services, exposing Kubernetes Pods to external users, and integrating Kubernetes into public cloud offerings. It also provides an introduction to working with the API.
Topics include:
Understanding Container Orchestration
Working with Containers
Setting up a Lab Environment
Using Kubernetes Components
Scaling and Upgrades
Kubernetes Networking
Accessing Pods
Using Volumes
Setting up Kubernetes for Production
Exploring the API
About the Instructor
Sander van Vugt is an independent Linux trainer, author, and consultant living in the Netherlands. Sander has written numerous books about different Linux related topics, and many articles for Linux publications around the world. Sander has been teaching Red Hat, SUSE, and LPI Linux classes since 1994.
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