Want to learn Kubernetes? Get an in-depth primer on this powerful system for managing containerized applications.
Introduction to Kubernetes (LFS158)
Is your team beginning to use Kubernetes for container orchestration? Do you need guidelines on how to start transforming your organization with Kubernetes and cloud native patterns? Would you like to simplify software container orchestration and find a way to grow your use of Kubernetes without adding infrastructure complexity? Then this is the course for you!
In this course, we’ll discuss some of Kubernetes’ basic concepts and talk about the architecture of the system, the problems it solves, and the model that it uses to handle containerized deployments and scaling.
This course offers an introduction to Kubernetes and includes technical instructions on how to deploy a stand-alone and multi-tier application. You’ll learn about ConfigMaps and Secrets, and how to use Ingress.
Upon completion, developers will have a solid understanding of the origin, architecture and building blocks for Kubernetes, and will be able to begin testing the new cloud native pattern to begin the cloud native journey.
What you’ll learn:
- The origin, architecture, primary components, and building blocks of Kubernetes
- How to set up and access a Kubernetes cluster using Minikube
- Ways to run applications on the deployed Kubernetes environment and access the deployed applications
- Usefulness of Kubernetes communities and how you can participate.
Chapter 1. Container Orchestration
Chapter 2. Kubernetes
Chapter 3. Kubernetes Architecture – Overview
Chapter 4. Installing Kubernetes
Chapter 5. Setting Up a Single-Node Kubernetes Cluster with Minikube
Chapter 6. Accessing Minikube
Chapter 7. Kubernetes Building Blocks
Chapter 8. Authentication, Authorization, and Admission Control
Chapter 9. Services
Chapter 10. Deploying a Stand-Alone Application
Chapter 11. Kubernetes Volume Management
Chapter 12. Deploying a Multi-Tier Application
Chapter 13. ConfigMaps and Secrets
Chapter 14. Ingress
Chapter 15. Advanced Topics – Overview
Chapter 16. Kubernetes Community
Some knowledge of Linux system administration is helpful but not required.
At a Glance
Self-Paced Online (Virtual)
- 15-20 hours of Course Material
- Hands-on Labs & Assignments
- Video Content
- Discussion Forums
- 14 Weeks of Free Access to Online Course
- Optional Paid Certificate of Completion