Training Course

Kubernetes and Cloud Native Essentials (LFS250)

This course provides an overview of cloud native technologies and how container orchestration systems like Kubernetes can help to implement and maintain them.

Who Is It For

This course is designed for existing and aspiring developers, administrators, architects and managers who are new to the world of cloud native technologies and container orchestration.
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What You’ll Learn

This course will give you an overview of cloud native technologies, and then dives into container orchestration. You will review the high-level architecture of Kubernetes, understand the challenges of container orchestration and how to deliver and monitor your applications in distributed environments. The course will also discuss how container orchestration differs from legacy environments and much more.
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What It Prepares You For

This course is designed as preparation for the Kubernetes and Cloud Native Associate (KCNA) exam, and will substantially increase students’ ability to become certified.
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Course Outline
Chapter 1. Course Introduction
Chapter 2. Cloud Native Architecture
Chapter 3. Container Orchestration
Chapter 4. Kubernetes Fundamentals
Chapter 5. Working with Kubernetes
Chapter 6. Cloud Native Application Delivery
Chapter 7. Cloud Native Observability

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Reviews
Jun 2022
I liked the up-to-date information from a variety of sources about key topics.
Jun 2022
Content is presented well in brief and easily understandable language.
Jun 2022
Easy to use and follow, further information links are provided. Completely self-paced, if one is faster this is fine, if one needs more time, this is also fine.
Jun 2022
I liked the facility of explaining very complex technology in an easy way, so everyone can understand it.
May 2022
The course was concise and well written. I really liked the Kubernetes networking chapter, as it explained the different types of services, and how they work. I also liked the videos in which Kubeview was used, they explained clearly what happens in different scenarios, and how certain Kubernetes objects behave.
May 2022
The content is gently introduced, the explanations are great, and the links to other materials are helpful and responsible. The knowledge from "The Linux Foundation" that is inherent to the course is remarkable.
May 2022
The training is detailed enough to teach you the basics, without getting into too much detail. I think the folks who put this together did a great job of explaining the key concepts, but not overwhelming the newbie student.