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Fundamentals of Kubernetes

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Kubernetes is an open–source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. It offers the ability to schedule and manage containers at scale. In this course you’ll learn the fundamentals of Kubernetes

This course will get you up and running with Kubernetes where you’ll learn how to set up a Kubernetes environment up on Mac or Windows using Minikube, and understand the components for Kubernetes.

You’ll also learn how to deploy a sample Kubernetes application, and manage it using the Kubernetes dashboard. We’ll also show how to deploy a more complicated application with a database and APIs.

Finally, we’ll get into more advanced topics on Kubernetes, including production deployments, namespaces, monitoring and logging, and authentication and authorization.

Instructor Details

GeekLearn specializes in e-learning on topics such as web development, software development and web security. With over 15+ years of experience, we provide full-cycle services in the areas of advanced web development, enterprise application, mobile apps, web portal, e-learning, e-commerce, and consulting services to enterprises. We help students stay current with the latest technology solutions.

Specification: Fundamentals of Kubernetes

Duration

2.5 hours

Year

2020

Level

All

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

No

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  1. Lisa Nevin

    Concise and clear explanations Great introduction to concepts! Would like quizzes and text version of the lecture.

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  2. Ryan Poplin

    To the point! Love it.

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  3. Andreas Ek

    Perhaps to short

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  4. Shawn Scott

    The session needs to be updated. Heapster and other areas are no longer in use. External access and ingress would have been nice. How do customers actually deploy and have customers access their applications.

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  5. Claudia Solano Leon

    Very good

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  6. Maxwell Larimer

    The content is great, speed is solid, and voice is not annoying. Great course!

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  7. Jay Docherty

    Some things were a bit out dated.

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  8. Eugene C

    The course is great for fundamentals.

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  9. Joel S nchez Pedroza

    The content in general was good structured, however half course was theory and the other half was practical; it leads into a speed sessions where some topics are covered quickly without too many details. The material was good, however a hello world from scratch will help to understand better the yaml files and its structure. I noticed that material is a little old too, I’ve amend some yaml files due the hearers were using beta versions. Few of them did not work for me, specialty the ones tagged with extensions/v1beta1

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