Kubernetes for the IT Professional
Get up and running FAST with Kubernetes! Experience a hands-on, instructor-led weekend training workshop that is fast-paced and intensive. You will return to work ready to begin using Kubernetes in your own environment.
Our training bootcamp will provide you with an in-depth understanding of Kubernetes through a combination of lectures and hands-on labs.
Kubernetes is becoming the go-to open-source technology for container orchestration at the enterprise level. It not only allows IT departments to deploy containers at scale automatically but also ensures that those containers will run reliably in a fault-tolerant manner.
Overview of Architecture
Understanding the Control Plane
Ensuring high availability
Configuration and context
Working with Master and Worker Nodes
Understanding the API Resources and Manifests
Labels and Discovery
Working Hands On With Kubernetes Resources
Setting Up MiniKube
- Health Checks
- Updates and Scaling
- External Names
- Simple ingress
- Working with templates
Working With Data
ConfigMaps and Secrets
Persistent Volumes and Persistent Volume Claims
Working with RBAC
CIS Benchmarks for Kubernetes
Application Management with Helm
Creating a Chart
Working with Variables
Creating a Multi-Node Cluster with KubeAdm
Dashboards and Monitoring
Cluster Management using the K8S Dashboard
Monitoring with Grafana
Implementing Distributed Tracing
Prerequisites & Skills
In order get full advantage from the course attendees are expected to have a basic understanding of computer programming and system administration, either under Linux or Windows. Also, attendees should have a basic understanding of how data moves around the internet. The course is presented in a manner that is programming language agnostic.
About the Instructor
Bob Reselman (@reselbob) is a nationally-known trainer, software developer, system architect, technical educator andtechnical writer. Bob has written four books on computer programming and dozens of articles about topics related to software development technologies and techniques, particularly those applicable to distributed computing and Kubernetes. He writes monthly columns for DevOps.com and TechTarget. Bob previously held the position of Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at Simpson College.
If you have questions about the program or doubts whether this course is a good fit for you, please get in touch with us at [email protected] or call us at (310) 974-1975 and we'll connect you with the trainer!
Please note: A minimum or 10 attendees is required for this workshop to proceed. In the unlikely event that this number is not reached, we will cancel the training and refund your money.