Managing Kubernetes Clusters with Lens

This course will teach you how to monitor and manage all your Kubernetes clusters through a single tool: Lens.
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Intermediate
Updated
Sep 10, 2021
Duration
27m
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Sep 10, 2021
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27m
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Managing multiple Kubernetes clusters, especially different versions, is a complex task. In this course, Managing Kubernetes Clusters with Lens, you’ll learn to use Lens as your central management tool for all your Kubernetes Clusters. First, you’ll explore what Lens is and how to install it. Next, you’ll discover how to integrate your existing Kubernetes Cluster with your Lens installation. Finally, you’ll learn how to deploy and monitor workloads to Kubernetes through Lens. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of managing Kubernetes clusters with Lens needed to control your entire Kubernetes estate through one single tool.

About the author
About the author

Ben Weissman has been working with SQL Server since SQL Server 6.5, mainly in the BI/Datawarehousing field. He is a Data Platform MVP, author and speaker at data events around the world.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
Hi, my name is Ben Weissman, founder and data passionist at Solisyon. Welcome to my course, Managing Kubernetes Clusters with Lens. Are you managing multiple Kubernetes clusters? Maybe even using different kinds and versions of Kubernetes? Lens is a central cross‑platform tool to manage your entire Kubernetes estate from a single place, and it includes monitoring capability through known and proven solutions like Prometheus, as well as deployment and management capabilities for kubectl and Helm, ensuring that your client and server versions are always compatible with each other. This demo‑heavy course is your fast track to understand what Lens is and how it works. Some of the major topics we'll cover include common challenges when managing multiple Kubernetes clusters, what Lens is and how it can help you, how to install Lens, how to add your clusters to Lens, and how to manage, monitor, and deploy your workloads in Lens. By the end of this course, you will know how Lens can help you to keep track of what's happening in your Kubernetes clusters. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with kubectl and how to deploy and manage workloads on Kubernetes cluster through it. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn more about controlling all your classes using a single tool with the Managing Kubernetes Clusters with Lens course at Pluralsight.