Are you looking to become a Kubernetes Application Developer? Our Kubernetes course can help you learn the skills you need to succeed. Hands-on and with (free) available remote teacher support.
Do you want to learn everything about Kubernetes? This course enables you to get hands-on experience in your browser while learning and practicing Kubernetes. Being a DevOps professional you surely want to master this most in-demand skill.
Kubernetes is Google’s DevOps tool that’s getting into a lot of companies and is even open source. It’s an easy way of deploying, scaling, and managing containerized applications.
It might seem daunting to learn Kubernetes, but we can help! This course will walk you through the basics of Kubernetes, including installation, creating pods, replication sets, services, deployments, and so much more! You’ll use these capabilities to manage and deploy your own containerized applications in your browser.
The next step is up to you. Sign up for our course today and start your journey towards mastering Kubernetes!
With this course, you will better understand Kubernetes. It includes technical instructions on how to deploy, use, and maintain a stand-alone and multi-tier application. And what about the Kubernetes cluster? Don’t fret! We not only offer a fully functioning 3 node Kubernetes cluster but also make sure that the new cluster is spun automatically when any node or cluster is destroyed. Upon completion of this course, you can be a Kubernetes application developer and this will give you an edge over your competitors.
Learning on the Omnicloud platform is learning like never before. Our custom platform combines information and virtual practice into one single learning experience.
You can learn at your own pace, at the time and place that fits your schedule.
We provide a free remote teacher support service. This means that anytime you have a question about class material, you can email your teacher and receive a timely response.
If you ever get stuck or need some help along the way, our experts are available to give you a hand.
The Kubernetes Application Developer course is for those interested in learning about Kubernetes and how to develop applications using it. It’s especially relevant for Cloud and DevOps engineers and IT professionals responsible for building, deploying, and configuring applications.
This course provides an overview of frameworks and project designs, including an introduction to containers, image management, monitoring, and logging. By the end of this course you will have gained sufficient knowledge to pass the Kubernetes Certified Application Developer exam and become a CI/CD certified professional.
The free remote teacher support for this Kubernetes course allows you to get answers to specific questions about the material from our teachers.
The free remote instructor is an excellent way to discuss the course requirements and assignments, and clarify any questions you may have. This can help improve your last mark and progress.
The Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD) exam is a Linux Foundation cert that tests your knowledge of how to deploy, configure, and monitor containerized applications on the Kubernetes cluster. It can be applied for after paying $375 through The Linux Foundation. To pass the exam, you should have an understanding of how to launch and manage containers using Kubernetes as well as how Kubernetes works behind the scenes. That’s where our course comes into play!
This course has many exercises that are at the examination level. You will be able to practice all exam questions in a cluster.
This course is designed for absolute beginners as well as people who have some experience with Kubernetes. We cover the fundamentals of Kubernetes, which even experienced users will find valuable. Even experienced users will find something new and exciting in this course!
Kubernetes is an open source automaton management platform, much like a computer server. It’s used to advance how applications are developed and managed, providing high availability and scalability. With Kubernetes, you can build and deploy applications, including web apps or microservices, at scale by orchestrating containers across multiple servers.
You can think of Kubernetes as an operating system for the cloud, in which applications are managed as a group of containers (all those services inside the Docker image you’re familiar with). In fact, its name (which means “helmsman” in Greek) is a nod to this idea.
Kubernetes is an open-source container management system that makes it easy to deploy and scale applications. A Kubernetes cluster is made up of one or more master servers and worker nodes.
A Kubernetes cluster consists of a master and at least one worker. The master runs the Kubernetes control plane, web UI, and API server; handles storage, networking, and scheduling; and schedules pods onto worker nodes. Pods are deployed onto worker nodes, which run your apps and associated services.
A Kubernetes deployment is a set of resources that are created and managed together. A deployment object represents a desired state and the changes that need to be made to achieve this state. A single deployment can contain one or more related objects, such as a Pod, ReplicaSet (a way to create, update and delete replicated application or system containers), or Service (endpoints for accessing Pods)