Let’s get you started learning Kubernetes. First, you'll learn about its architecture, and then how to install your first cluster. With that cluster up and running you'll explore how to work with it and deploy applications in Kubernetes!
Let’s take your Kubernetes admin skills to the next level and get you started learning how to install, configure and work with a Kubernetes cluster. In this course, Kubernetes Installation and Configuration Fundamentals, you will learn foundational knowledge needed to install, configure and deploy applications in a Kubernetes cluster. First, you will learn about Kubernetes' architecture, looking closely at each of the cluster's components and their roles. Next, you will discover how to install and configure a Kubernetes cluster: you'll look at how to perform installations on-premises with kubeadm, and in cloud scenarios such as Azure Kubernetes Services and Google Kubernetes Engine. Finally, you will explore how to interact with your cluster, deploying Pods, Services, and Deployments. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of Kubernetes needed to administer a Kubernetes cluster and deploy applications in Kubernetes. Software required: Linux.
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Course Overview (Music) Hi everyone. My name is Anthony Nocentino, enterprise architect and founder of Centino Systems. Welcome to my course, Kubernetes Installation and Configuration Fundamentals. Are you a system administrator that needs to build and administer a Kubernetes cluster? If you do, then this is the course for you. First, we'll start off by introducing you to the Kubernetes and the world of deploying container-based applications. We'll look closely at Kubernetes architecture including cluster components and networking fundamentals. Then we'll look at how to build your own Kubernetes cluster, and we'll look at installation considerations such as deploying on-premises or deploying in the cloud. Together, we'll deploy clusters in both scenarios in some demonstrations, and we'll wrap it up with learning how we can interact with our cluster at the command line using kubectl and the basics of application and service deployments in Kubernetes. At the end of this course, you'll know how to build a Kubernetes cluster, both in local virtual machines and as a managed service with some of the major cloud providers. You'll learn what it takes to get an application up and running in your Kubernetes cluster. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with the Linux operating system and administering it at the command line. You should have a firm understanding of TCP/IP based networking and also understand the fundamental concepts of containers. I hope you will join me on this journey to learn how to build a Kubernetes cluster and deploying container-based applications in Kubernetes in the course, Kubernetes Installation and Configuration Fundamentals.