Getting Started with EKS (Elastic Kubernetes Service)
Kubernetes can bring stability, scalability, and security to your containerized applications. This course will teach you how to leverage automation, enable team collaboration, and ultimately ease the maintenance burden of managing your EKS cluster.
What you'll learn
So you’ve decided on Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS), but where you do begin to set up your production infrastructure and pipeline? In this course, Getting Started with EKS (Elastic Kubernetes Service), you’ll learn to leverage automation and open-source libraries to build, maintain, and scale your EKS cluster in a way that enables easy management and team collaboration. First, you’ll explore all of the infrastructure needed to run your cluster in a production scenario and how automation can make that job easier. Next, you’ll discover step by step how to set up your EKS cluster using infrastructure as code (IaC). Finally, you’ll learn how to configure and deploy a containerized application to your EKS cluster following the same IaC and automation principles you use to manage the rest of your cluster. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of EKS management needed to create a production grade Kubernetes cluster to run your containerized applications.
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