Kubernetes Foundations Certification Training


Kubernetes Foundations Certification Training Course Overview

This Kubernetes Foundations course teaches the participants about Containers and Kubernetes. Through a series of theories and labs, the fundamental concepts of Kubernetes will be presented and put to practice by containerizing and deploying a two tier application into Kubernetes.

Audience

  • Anyone involved with using or building a Kubernetes cluster

 

 

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Course Prerequisites

Prerequisite

  • Linux concepts and command line proficiency
  • General networking proficiency

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to accomplish:

  • Build, test, and publish Docker container images
  • Become familiar with authoring YAML files and its syntax
  • Understand Kubernetes core user-facing concepts, including Pods, Services, and Deployments
  • Use kubectl the Kubernetes CLI, and become familiar with its commands and options
  • Understand the architecture of Kubernetes (Control plane and its components, worker nodes, andkubelet)
  • Learn to debug issues with application deployments on Kubernetes
  • Apply resource requests, limits, and probes to deployments
  • Manage dynamic application configuration using ConfigMaps and Secrets
  • Deploy other workloads, including StatefulSets, DaemonSets, Jobs, CronJobs
  • Learn about user-facing security best practices using ServiceAccounts, RBAC, and NetworkPolicies