Fundamentals of Kubernetes Using Docker








Last updated on March 3, 2024 1:45 pm

Prevent downtime during software development by combining Kubernetes with Docker to run containerised applications at scale and ‘clean’ the guest book.

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With modern technology, virtual containers have proven to be an efficient way to bundle and execute applications. However, the containers that run the applications must be well managed to avoid downtime. This course shows you how to use Kubernetes to build a framework for reliably executing systems. Learn how to scale and failover your application and deployment patterns, frontend G book deployment and guest book cleaning.

What You Will Learn In This Free Course

  • Discuss the concept of ?microservice…
  • Recall the function of the Google co…
  • Distinguish between monolithic mode …
  • Identify the difference between virt…
  • Discuss the concept of ?microservices? in Kubernetes
  • Recall the function of the Google container registry
  • Distinguish between monolithic mode of development and microservices
  • Identify the difference between virtual machines and containers
  • Summarise the goals of the Twelve-Factor app
  • Explain the function of the Google Cloud engine
  • Recall the command for updating the repository source list
  • State where application deployment takes place
  • Discuss the function of the replication controller
  • Recall the steps involved in creating cluster G block
  • State how to get information about a cluster
  • Identify and explain various Kubernetes terms
  • Explain the ?cleaning? procedures of the guest book
  • List some components of Kubernetes
  • Introduction to Google Cloud Console and Docker

    In this module, you will learn about the Google cloud platform, microservices, and containers, as well as how to set up a virtual box, docker, and create a docker hub account. You will also learn about Kubernetes, install docker, and create your own docker files and images using the docker build image feature.

    Building Applications using Kubernetes

    In this module, you will be introduced to some Kubernetes components, learn how to create projects and clusters using the G cloud, create a cluster G block, deploy Redis master G block, create Redis worker pods, create the guest book web server, and learn about routing and TCP forwarding for the frontend and backend.

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