Learn how to use the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Registry for your Java app and deploy that app to the Oracle Cloud Container Engine for Kubernetes. You will also see how easy it is to update your running Kubernetes cluster when your app changes.
Running your application on a Kubernetes cluster can be quick and easy. In this course, Deploying a Java App with Oracle Cloud Container Engine for Kubernetes, you will gain the ability to run a Java app on a Kubernetes cluster in Oracle Cloud. First, you will learn how to push a Docker image to the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Registry. Next, you will discover how to create a Kubernetes cluster and deploy your Docker image to that cluster. Finally, you will explore how to update your cluster when your application changes. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge to run your Java App on a managed Kubernetes cluster in Oracle Cloud, leverage the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Registry for your Docker images, and update your Kubernetes cluster when your app changes.
Craig has over 15 years of software development on a variety of teams, including Fidelity.com, Overstock.com, F-16 aircraft, and several startups. Craig is passionate about solving problems with the right tools and enjoys teaching and mentoring others so they can save time and accomplish their goals faster.
Course Overview (Music) Hi everyone! My name is Craig Golightly, and welcome to my course, Deploying a Java App with Oracle Cloud Container Engine for Kubernetes. I am a senior software consultant. You've Docker-ized a Java app, and now you want to run it on Kubernetes, but you don't want to set up everything from scratch. You'd like to just push your image to a repository, then deploy it to a running Kubernetes cluster. In this course, we are going to set up an Oracle Cloud account so you can use their managed registry and container engine to make it easy to run your app on Kubernetes. Some of the major topics that we will cover include: opening an Oracle Cloud account, creating a Kubernetes cluster, pushing a Docker image to the Oracle Cloud registry, deploying your app on a Kubernetes cluster. By the end of this course, you will be able to push a Docker image to the Oracle Cloud infrastructure registry and deploy that image on the Oracle Cloud container engine for Kubernetes. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with Docker and Kubernetes and have an environment with Docker and kubectl installed. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn about running your Docker app on a managed Kubernetes cluster on Oracle Cloud with the Deploying a Java App with Oracle Cloud Container Engine for Kubernetes course at Pluralsight.