Kubernetes for App Developers (LFD459)
Linux Kubernetes for App Developers training course will teach you how to containerize, host, deploy and configure a multi-node cluster application. It also prepares you for the Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD) exam.

kubernetes P2L

โณ Time duration: 3 days
๐ŸŒ Location: Virtual
๓ €๐Ÿ—ฃ Language: English
โœ… Partner: Linux Foundation

                                       


What will you accomplish?

In this course you will learn:
๐Ÿ—น ConfigMaps, Secrets, and SecurityContexts which is used to configure the deployment.

๐Ÿ—น
Recognize multi-container pod design
๐Ÿ—นSet up probes for pod health monitoring
๐Ÿ—นApplication updating and rollbacks
๐Ÿ—นServices and Network Policies should be implemented
๐Ÿ—นFor state persistence, using PersistentVolumeClaims
๐Ÿ—นCreate a new Python script in a container and deploy it.

 

Who is this course for?

In order to benefit from this course most, you should be familiar with Linux's command line and file editing functions, and knowing a programming language can be helpful as well.

For more information, please check this P2L blog, as well as this page.

Course Outline

Lessons:

Introduction
  • Objectives
  • Who You Are
  • The Linux Foundation
  • Linux Foundation Training
  • Preparing Your System
  • Course Registration
  • Labs
Kubernetes Architecture
  • What Is Kubernetes?
  • Components of Kubernetes
  • Challenges
  • The Borg Heritage
  • Kubernetes Architecture
  • Terminology
  • Master Node
  • Minion (Worker) Nodes
  • Pods
  • Services
  • Controllers
  • Single IP per Pod
  • Networking Setup
  • CNI Network Configuration File
  • Pod-to-Pod Communication
  • Cloud Native Computing Foundation
  • Resource Recommendations
  • Labs
Build
  • Container Options
  • Containerizing an Application
  • Hosting a Local Repository
  • Creating a Deployment
  • Running Commands in a Container
  • Multi-Container Pod
  • readinessProbe
  • livenessProbe
  • Testing
  • Labs
Design
  • Traditional Applications: Considerations
  • Decoupled Resources
  • Transience
  • Flexible Framework
  • Managing Resource Usage
  • Multi-Container Pods
  • Sidecar Container
  • Adapter Container
  • Ambassador
  • Points to Ponder
  • Labs
Deployment Configuration
  • Volumes Overview
  • Introducing Volumes
  • Volume Spec
  • Volume Types
  • Shared Volume Example
  • Persistent Volumes and Claims
  • Persistent Volume
  • Persistent Volume Claim
  • Dynamic Provisioning
  • Secrets
  • Using Secrets via Environment Variables
  • Mounting Secrets as Volumes
  • Portable Data with ConfigMaps
  • Using ConfigMaps
  • Deployment Configuration Status
  • Scaling and Rolling Updates
  • Deployment Rollbacks
  • Jobs
  • Labs
Security
  • Security Overview
  • Accessing the API
  • Authentication
  • Authorization
  • ABAC
  • RBAC
  • RBAC Process Overview
  • Admission Controller
  • Security Contexts
  • Pod Security Policies
  • Network Security Policies
  • Network Security Policy Example
  • Default Policy Example
  • Labs
Exposing Applications
  • Service Types
  • Services Diagram
  • Service Update Pattern
  • Accessing an Application with a Service
  • Service without a Selector
  • ClusterIP
  • NodePort
  • LoadBalancer
  • ExternalName
  • Ingress Resource
  • Ingress Controller
  • Labs
Troubleshooting
  • Troubleshooting Overview
  • Basic Troubleshooting Steps
  • Ongoing (Constant) Change
  • Basic Troubleshooting Flow: Pods
  • Basic Troubleshooting Flow: Node and Security
  • Basic Troubleshooting Flow: Agents
  • Monitoring
  • Logging Tools
  • Monitoring Applications
  • System and Agent Logs
  • Conformance Testing
  • More Resource
  • Labs
Closing and Evaluation Survey

Schedule 
All courses will be taught in the form of Online Virtual Classes

Sep 12-14, 2022

Oct 3-5, 2022

Oct 24-26, 2022

Nov 28-30, 2022