7 Hours of Video Instruction
Kubernetes from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation is the defacto standard for hybrid cloud containerized application orchestration–from an on-premises datacenter to all major public cloud providers. While Docker is a tool for building, distributing, and running Linux containers, Kubernetes is a Linux container orchestration system that is more extensive than Docker Swarm and is meant to coordinate massive clusters of compute nodes and simplify your application deployment into production.
Burr Sutter, Red Hat's Global Director of Developer Experience, offers detailed tips and techniques for leveraging Kubernetes, Istio, and Knative as part of your next application architecture, be it traditional monolithic, microservices, or serverless. Kubernetes is the hybrid and multi-cloud deployment platform for applications and application developers. Get practical, hands-on guidance to get you started and keep you growing, from novice to architect in 11 lessons.
In this LiveLesson, Burr Sutter provides a mix of screencasting and slides to clearly and gradually demonstrate (and showcase) detailed tips and techniques for leveraging Kubernetes, Istio, and Knative as part of a developer's main application architecture, be it traditional monolithic, microservices, or serverless. The goal is to get you hands-on and up and running with the technologies, so concepts are demonstrated and written instructions are also provided. 11 Lessons = 11 Steps to awesome in just 7 hours.
Lesson 1: Start Your Cloud Native JourneyLearning objectives1.1 Master Your Microservices1.2 Learn the why behind Linux Containers
Lesson 2: Get the Tools and Get StartedLearning objectives2.1 Orchestrate containers with Kubernetes2.2 Get your tools for the journey2.3 Use minikube & kubectl2.4 Use docker with minikube2.5 Learn tips and tricks
Lesson 3: Create Kubernetes ObjectsLearning objectives3.1 Create Namespaces3.2 Create Pods3.3 Create ReplicaSets3.4 Create Deployments3.5 Create Services3.6 Add Labels3.7 Manipulate Services
Lesson 4: Build Your ImagesLearning objectives4.1 Craft a Dockerfile--Part 14.1 Craft a Dockerfile--Part 2
4.2 Add Jib4.3 Explore alternatives to "docker build"4.4 Use image repositories
Lesson 5: Log, Explore and ConfigureLearning objectives5.1 Watch logs5.2 Explore the shell: kubectl exec5.3 Constrain CPU/memory resources5.4 Create ConfigMaps5.5 Create Secrets
Lesson 6: Craft Your Apps for KubernetesLearning objectives6.1 Use service discovery6.2 Configure Liveness and Readiness Probes6.3 Deploy Blue/Green6.4 Store data with PersistentVolume and PersistentVolumeClaim
Lesson 7: Extend your KubernetesLearning objectives7.1 Discover CustomResourceDefinitions7.2 Add Pizzas to your Kubernetes Cluster7.3 Understanding Controllers7.4 Discover Operators
Lesson 8: Enter the Istio Service MeshLearning objectives8.1 Understand Microservices architecture requirements and challenges8.2 Install Istio8.3 Deploy with Istio/Envoy Sidecars8.4 Shift traffic with VirtualService and DestinationRule8.5 Perform smarter canary deployments8.6 Practice mirroring and the dark launch
Lesson 9: Explore the Istio Service MeshLearning objectives9.1 Explore observability: Grafana, Jaeger, Kiali9.2 Inject Chaos9.3 Add resiliency9.4 Add security--Part 19.4 Add security--Part 2
Lesson 10: Enter the Serverless WorldLearning objectives10.1 Understand serverless10.2 Learn Knative serverless capabilities for Kubernetes10.3 Learn Knative Serving10.4 Prepare and deploy a Knative Service10.5 Autoscaling HTTP--Part 110.5 Autoscaling HTTP--Part 2
Lesson 11: Knative Eventing: Auto-Scaling Beyond HTTPLearning objectives11.1 Use Knative Eventing11.2 Create a Cron Service11.3 Create an Apache Kafka Service