Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) Exam Preparation Course


Certified Kubernetes Administrator Certification Training Course Overview

Certified Kubernetes Administrator training course is designed for the Kubernetes Administrators who want to learn how to develop the Kubernetes ecosystem. This certification course will validate that CKAs have the skills, knowledge, and competency to perform the responsibilities of Kubernetes administrators. The CKA Certification focuses on the skills required to be a successful Kubernetes Administrator in industry.

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Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) Exam Preparation Course (Duration : 40 Hours) Download Course Contents

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Course Prerequisites

Linux Introduction and Docker administration training or working experience on Linux and container Technology.



The CKA Certification exam covers these general domains and their weights on the exam:

  • Application Lifecycle Management - 8%
  • Installation, Configuration & Validation - 12%
  • Core Concepts - 19%
  • Networking - 11%
  • Scheduling - 5%
  • Security - 12%
  • Cluster Maintenance - 11%
  • Logging / Monitoring - 5%
  • Storage - 7%
  • Troubleshooting - 10%

Kubernetes is the world’s most popular container-orchestration platform.Kubernetes helps users build, scale and manage modern applications and their dynamic lifecycles. First developed at Google, Kubernetes now counts more than 2,300 contributors and is used by some of the world’s most-innovative companies, across a wide range of industries.