Kubernetes is an open-source system for deploying, scaling and managing containerized applications. With Kubernetes, you can deploy your applications quickly and predictably, scale your applications on the fly, roll out new features seamlessly, and limit hardware usage to required resources only.
In this lab, you will learn about the parts of the Kubernetes system and the abstractions Kubernetes uses to represent your cluster and obtain a deeper understanding of how Kubernetes works. In the hands-on portion of the lab, you can work with your own Kubernetes cluster using the Kubernetes dashboard and a terminal.
Yes. Be sure to complete reading and studying this blog post, the video description of the work to be performed during the lab, and the accompanying slides.
The Lab consists of two sections — an initial series of review points on Kubernetes basics followed by challenge questions, and a hands-on exercise during which you will enter actual Kubernetes commands to get specified results. Both sections are approximately 35 minutes long. Your time may vary depending on your level of expertise.
Section 1 — Kubernetes background and challenge questions
This section will cover these Kubernetes concepts.
(Note: Each topic will provide some review material on screen and then pose a challenge question. The user must get the correct answer to the challenge question to proceed to the next section.)
Section 2 — Kubernetes hands-on - build your first cluster
This section will cover Kubernetes commands needed to create a Kubernetes cluster, a very basic and necessary step in the Kubernetes journey. You’ll learn specific commands needed to:
Go to Learning.Kasten.io to start your learning journey! Remember:you can pause during the lab at any point and return to the same spot without losing your place.
All the best,