Open Source/Kubernetes with MicroServices


Kubernetes with MicroServices Certification Training Course Overview

Kubernetes underpins a microservices engineering through the administration develop. It permits engineers to extract away the usefulness of a lot of Pods and open it to different designers through a well-characterized API. This page assembles assets about how to utilize Kubernetes to make a persistent conveyance setup for building microservices.

Audience :

  • Anyone needing to utilize Kubernetes on live creation ventures.
  • We will utilize AWS in the later areas of the course (discretionary); all AWS ideas are clarified so this is an incredible beginning in case you're new to the cloud, yet know that AWS do charge for use.

 

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Kubernetes with MicroServices (32 Hours) Download Course Contents

Instructor - Led Online Training Fee For Both Group Training & 1-on-1 Training 1450
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07,08,09,10 Jun
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Course Prerequisites

Knowledge of Linux and Docker



What you will learn :

  • Deploy holders to a Kubenetes Cluster
  • Handle Alerts in a Kubernetes group by advising Slack Channels
  • Understand how Requests and Limits work in Kubernetes
  • Use Kubernetes Horizontal Pod Autoscaling
  • Use RBAC to limit access to a Kubernetes bunch
  • Configure Ingress Control on a live Kubernetes arrangement
  • Understand Kubernetes StatefulSets
  • Integrate Kubernetes with a Continuous Deployment System (CD)

 

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