Amazon EKS in 60 Minutes: Hands-on with Kubernetes in AWS
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Learn from industry–leading DevOps and Cloud Engineers at Releaseworks:
In the next 60 minutes, you will learn the key features of Amazon EKS, and how to use it in practice.
Kubernetes has exploded in popularity, and it has now become the de–facto standard container orchestrator for advanced container deployments. Kubernetes can be difficult to manage, and it almost always comes with increased maintenance overhead. This is why all leading cloud platforms offer managed Kubernetes solutions to help their customers run Kubernetes easier, faster, and more securely.
Amazon EKS in 60 Minutes includes 11 labs to help you practice along with the instructor, and learn by doing.
This training course is designed to help you decide if Amazon EKS is the right choice for your team by demonstrating its benefits and differences to self–hosted Kubernetes solutions. If you do decide to build your container orchestration platform on Amazon EKS, this course will help you get started with it in practice.
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Sandra Harper –
Was very good to get hands on . However I had issues with some of the variables. and parameter in terraform main.tf each time I tried to run terraform init. had to continue just to watch the video instead
John Deliyiannis –
Interesting course but it needs update to represent some screens. AWS has changed especially on IAM screens.