In this course we will learn about Kubernetes, which is a container orchestrator. We will look at its history and current architecture. We will learn about different resources is has like Pods, Services, Deployment etc and how to use them. Apart from a basic application, we would see how we can deploy and update a microservices based application on Kubernetes. We would also discuss about access methods, Kubernetes networking, volume management and many more things. We would also look at logging and monitoring with Kubernetes. 

Date: 24th  and 25th June 2017

Venue : Bangalore 

Fees - INR 16,999/- 

About the Trainer

Neependra Khare is Founder and Principal Consultant at CloudYuga. He has more than 11 years of IT experience. He is one of the Docker Captain and running Docker Meetup Group in Bangalore more than 3 years now. In 2015 he authored a book on Docker, Docker Cookbook. In 2016 he co-authored a course on Cloud Infrastructure Technologies at Edx for Linux Foundation. He has also publish online courses at http://school.cloudyuga.guru

Prior to founding CloudYuga, he was Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat.

Course Content

  • Kubernetes History
    • Borg
  • CNCF and Kubernetes
  • Kubernetes Architecture 
    • Master Nodes and its Components 
    • Worker Nodes and its Components 
  • Etcd
  • Installation methods 
  • Kubernetes Installation on Cloud
  • Accessing Kubernetes from CLI/APIs/GUI
  • Kubernetes Resources - I
    • Pods
    • Replica Sets
    • Deployments
    • Labels
    • Selectors
  • Services
  • Deploying an Application 
  • Accessing a Services 
    • ClusterIP
    • NodePort 
    • LoadBalancer 
  • Health Checks and liveness for pods/application
  • Managing Volume in Kubernetes 
  • Kubernetes Resources - II
    • Namespaces 
    • ConfigMaps
    • Secrets 
    • Quota
  • Deploying a Microservices with Kubernetes 
  • Managing Stateful Applications with StatefulSets
  • Ingress
  • Autoscaling of an Application 
  • Running Batch jobs with Kubernetes
  • Kubernetes Scheduling
  • Kubernetes Networking
  • Blue-Green and Canary Deployment
  • Kubernetes APIs
  • Kubernetes Federation
  • Helm
  • Monitoring and Logging
    • cAdvisor
    • Prometheus
    • Heapster
    • Sysdig
    • Fluentd + ELK stack