Project Description

OVERVIEW :-

Covering the prerequisites at NoCost, students will able to learn and justify with Container Management Technologies like Docker, PodMan, RKT, Buildah etc. at a intermediate level. It covers all of the domains, including application lifecycle management, installation, configuration and validation, networking, scheduling, security, cluster maintenance, core concepts, storage, and troubleshooting, with projects to help you get exam-ready. 

Description:

This course prepares you for the Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) exam by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. You will learn how all of the components of a Kubernetes cluster work together, how to monitor all components of a cluster, and how to build your own Kubernetes cluster from scratch. We will also cover networking, deploying applications, scheduling pods, logging, and a whole lot of practice in the command line.

The CKA exam is heavily focused on practical application, as it is a hands-on test of your ability to run commands to perform specific actions. There are no multiple-choice questions in this exam. To account for this, you will be provided with a number of hands-on labs to practice on your own and best prepare for the exam.

With 12 Live Projects and Industry Grade Scenarios 

Exam Included:

  • CKA by Cloud Native Foundation (Need to Buy Seprately) 

Outline for this course

  • Section 01 – Core Concepts
    ETCD
    Kube-API Server
    Controller Manager
    Scheduler
    Kubelet
    Kube proxy
    PODs
    ReplicaSets
    Deployments
    Services, Service Cluser IP
  • Section 02 – Scheduling Pods
    Manual Scheduling
    Labels and Selectors
    Resource Requirements and Limits
    DeamonSets
    Static Pods
    Multiple Scheduler
    Section 03 – Logging and Monitoring
    Monitor Cluster Components
    Managing Application Logs
  • Section 04 – Application Lifecycle Management
    Rolling Updates and Rollbacks
    Configure Applications
    Commands and Arguments
    Configure Environmental variables n applications
    Configuring ConfigMaps in Applications
    Scale Applications
    Multi-container PODs
    Multi-container PODs Design Patterns
    InitContainers
    Self Healing Applications
  • Section 05 – Cluster Maintenance
    OS Upgrades
    Kubernetes Software versions
    Cluster Upgrade Process
    Backup and Restore Methods
  • Section 06 – Security and Authentication
    Kubernetes Security Primitives
    Authentication
    TLS
    Certificates API
    Kubeconfig
    Persistent key/value store
    API Groups
    Role-Based Access Controls
    Cluster Roles and Role Bindings
    Image Security
    Network Policy
  • Section 07 – Storage and Volumes
    Volumes
    Persistent Volumes
    Persistent Volume Claims
    Application Configuration
  • Section 08 – ​ DNS Networking, CoreDNS, and CNI
    Switching and Routing
    DNS
    CoreDNS
    Network Namespaces
    Docker Networking
    CNI
    Cluster Networking
    CNI in Kubernetes
    CNI in weave
    IP Address Management – weave
    Service Networking
    DNS in Kubernetes
    CoreDNS in Kubernetes
    Ingress
  • Section 09 – ​ Troubleshooting: Application Failures, Control Panel Failures, and Network Failures
    Application failure
    Control Panel Failure
    Worker Node Failure
    Networking Failure

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