Migrating from monolithic applications to microservices has its own perks, making it appealing at the very beginning. However, it also comes with its own challenges. And, microservices and containers are tightly intertwined.
Kubernetes, one of the most used orchestration tools for containers, has a lot of moving pieces to worry about — and that's before you've even seen a "Hello World" app! Amazon EKS is a fully-managed service that can help you manage your Kubernetes applications through AWS. It also integrates seamlessly with other AWS services like IAM, Auto Scaling, and CloudWatch.
Learning how to manage all of this could be a tough journey. And the more you learn, you may even realize that there are a ton of other things to tackle! This course is aimed at helping you thrive when working with EKS.
Using your basic knowledge of EKS, you’ll be building a whole architecture where you can learn best practices; explore advanced techniques around Kubernetes, EKS, and AWS; and develop the skills required for maintaining a production-ready environment.
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Experienced engineer in cloud passionate about teaching and sharing knowledge with the community. He's an AWS Community Builder and the author of "A Practical Guide to EKS" in A Cloud Guru.