The Rise of Containerization
Containers have revolutionized the way software is developed, packaged, and deployed. Unlike traditional virtual machines, containers offer lightweight and portable solutions that enable efficient utilization of system resources. They encapsulate the application and its dependencies, ensuring consistency and
reproducibility across different environments. As containerization gained popularity in the world of DevOps, the need for a platform to effectively orchestrate these containers became paramount.
Kubernetes emerged as the leading container orchestration platform, providing a robust and scalable solution for automating the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. Developed by Google, Kubernetes leverages its extensive experience in managing large-scale applications to simplify the complexities of container orchestration. It offers a rich ecosystem of tools and features that enable seamless deployment and management across clusters, ensuring high availability and fault tolerance.
At DevOpsTechLab, our Kubernetes course aims to equip participants with a comprehensive understanding of Kubernetes and its ecosystem. Through hands-on exercises and real-world examples, you’ll gain practical skills and knowledge that will empower you to leverage Kubernetes effectively in your own projects. Our course covers the following key objectives:
Develop a Deep Understanding of Kubernetes
Gain a thorough understanding of Kubernetes and its core concepts. Explore its architecture, components, and the underlying principles that drive its operation. Dive into the internals of Kubernetes to grasp how it manages containerized applications and orchestrates their deployment.
Explore Kubernetes Architecture and Components
Learn about the various components that make up a Kubernetes cluster and their roles in ensuring seamless orchestration. Understand how the control plane and worker nodes collaborate to execute tasks such as scheduling, scaling, and load balancing.
Acquire Practical Skills for Deployment and Management
Master the practical skills required to deploy and manage containerized applications using Kubernetes. Learn the essential commands, tools, and techniques for creating and managing pods, services, deployments, and other Kubernetes resources.
Scale and Monitor Applications in a Kubernetes Cluster
Discover the techniques for scaling and monitoring applications within a Kubernetes cluster. Learn how to leverage Kubernetes’ powerful features to dynamically scale applications based on demand and gather valuable insights into their performance.
Unlock Advanced Kubernetes Features
Delve into advanced Kubernetes features such as networking, storage, and security. Gain insights into networking models, service discovery, persistent storage, and the best practices for securing your Kubernetes deployments.
Troubleshoot and Debug Kubernetes Deployments
Equip yourself with the skills to troubleshoot and debug common issues that arise during Kubernetes deployments. Learn effective debugging strategies and explore the tools and techniques available for diagnosing and resolving problems.
Prepare for Industry-Recognized Certifications
Our Kubernetes course provides a solid foundation for industry-recognized certifications such as the Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) and Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD). Prepare yourself for these certifications and boost your credentials in the DevOps job market.Gain Confidence in Real-World Scenarios
By the end of our course, you’ll have the confidence to effectively leverage Kubernetes in real-world scenarios. Whether you’re deploying microservices, building scalable applications, or managing complex environments, you’ll be equipped with the skills to navigate the challenges of container orchestration with
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- Understanding the need for a system like Kubernetes
- Understanding what containers are
- Comparing virtual machines to containers
- Introducing the Docker container platform
- Understanding docker concepts
- Understanding the architecture of a Kubernetes cluster
- Understanding the benefits of using Kubernetes
- Installing Docker and running a Hello World container
- Create Container
- Exploring the inside of a running container
- List Container
- Stopping and removing a container
- Creating a Dockerfile for the image
- Building the container image
- Create Version of Image
- Pushing the image to an image registry
- Setting up a multi node Kubernetes cluster
- Running your first app on Kubernetes
- Introduction to PODS
- Understanding why we need pods
- Accessing your web application
- What is a Service?
- Creating a Service
- Working with a replication controller
- Creating a replication controller
- Getting information of a replication controller
- Changing the configuration of a replication controller
- Removing a replication controller
- Creating pods from YAML or JSON descriptors
- Organizing pods with labels
- Modifying labels of existing pods
- Scheduling pods to specific nodes using NodeSelector
- Keeping pods healthy
- Introducing liveness probes
- Seeing a liveness probe in action
- Creating and examining a ReplicaSet
- Using a DaemonSet to run a pod on every node
- Creating a service through a YAML descriptor
- Introducing service endpoints
- Exposing a service through an external load balancer
- Introducing readiness probes
- Adding a readiness probe to a pod
- Introducing volumes
- Using volumes to share data between containers
- Introducing PersistentVolumes and PersistentVolumeClaims
- Creating a PersistentVolume
- Claiming a PersistentVolume by creating a PersistentVolumeClaim
- Using a PersistentVolumeClaim in a pod
- Understanding the benefits of using PersistentVolumes and claims
- Using Deployments for updating apps declaratively
- Creating the Deployment Resource
- Taints and Tolerations
- Rolling Update
- Rolling back a deployment
- Creating pods with resource requests
- Limiting resources available to a container
- Affinity Anti-Affinity
- Interpod Affinity and Anti-affinity
- Using namespaces to group resources
- Understanding the need for namespaces
- Creating Namespace
- Understanding the isolation provided by namespaces
- Namespace Quotas
- Node Maintenance
- Questions & Answers
- Branching overview
- Viewing and creating branches
- Switching branches
- Creating and switching branches
- Switching branches with uncommitted changes
- Comparing branches
- Renaming branches
- Deleting branches
- Using local and remote repositories
- Setting up a GitHub account
- Adding a remote repository
- Creating a remote branch
- Cloning a remote repository
- Tracking remote branches
- Pushing changes to a remote repository
- Fetching changes from a remote repository
- Merging in fetched changes
- Checking out remote branches
- Pushing to an updated remote branch
- Deleting a remote branch
Our Docker course is conducted by Janak Thakkar, an experienced professional with extensive expertise in Docker and DevOps. With a solid background in containerization and a strong understanding of industry best practices, Janak brings a wealth of knowledge and practical insights to the training sessions.
You can find more information about Janak Thakkar on his LinkedIn profile here https://www.linkedin.com/in/janak-thakkar/.
At our training institute, we are committed to providing high-quality Docker training that empowers participants to effectively utilize Docker in their application development, deployment, and management processes. Join us to unlock the full potential of Docker and take your skills to new heights!
1. What is Kubernetes? Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestration platform developed by Google. It automates the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications across clusters, providing a scalable and fault-tolerant environment.
2. How does Kubernetes differ from virtual machines? Unlike virtual machines, which require a complete guest operating system, containers offer a lightweight and isolated runtime environment for applications. Kubernetes provides a platform to effectively manage and orchestrate these containers, allowing for better resource utilization and faster deployment times.
3. Is prior knowledge of containers required for the Kubernetes course? While prior knowledge of containers is beneficial, our Kubernetes course is designed to cater to beginners as well. We cover the fundamentals of containers and dive deep into Kubernetes concepts, ensuring a comprehensive learning experience for all participants.
4. Can Kubernetes be used with any cloud provider? Yes, Kubernetes is cloud-agnostic and can be used with any major cloud provider, including AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. It also supports on-premises deployments, providing flexibility and portability for your applications.
5. What career opportunities does Kubernetes offer? Kubernetes has gained significant traction in the industry, and organizations are actively seeking professionals with Kubernetes expertise. By mastering Kubernetes, you’ll open doors to various career opportunities, including DevOps Engineer, Kubernetes Administrator, and Cloud Architect.
6. Is hands-on experience included in the Kubernetes course? Absolutely! Our course emphasizes hands-on exercises and practical examples to reinforce your learning. You’ll have ampleopportunities to apply your knowledge in a lab environment and gain practical skills through real-world scenarios