Schedule for Kubernetes:

Day 1: Introduction to Kubernetes

  • Introduction to Kubernetes and containerization
  • Overview of Kubernetes architecture and components
  • Setting up a Kubernetes cluster using minikube

Day 2: Deploying Applications in Kubernetes

  • Understanding Kubernetes objects and resources
  • Creating and deploying a Kubernetes Deployment
  • Scaling and updating Deployments
  • Managing Kubernetes Services for application access

Day 3: Kubernetes Pods and Containers

  • Understanding Kubernetes Pods and their relationship with containers
  • Creating and managing Kubernetes Pods
  • Configuring container images and environment variables
  • Configuring storage and networking for Pods

Day 4: Kubernetes Configuration and Secrets

  • Using Kubernetes ConfigMaps to manage configuration data
  • Using Kubernetes Secrets to manage sensitive data
  • Updating Kubernetes Deployments to use ConfigMaps and Secrets
  • Managing Kubernetes Ingress for external access to applications

Day 5: Kubernetes Stateful Applications

  • Understanding stateful applications and their requirements
  • Deploying stateful applications with Kubernetes StatefulSets
  • Managing storage for stateful applications with Kubernetes PersistentVolumes

Day 6: Kubernetes Networking and Security

  • Understanding Kubernetes networking and its components
  • Configuring network policies in Kubernetes
  • Implementing Kubernetes security best practices
  • Monitoring Kubernetes cluster and applications

Day 7: Kubernetes Project

  • Kubernetes project: deploy a sample application in Kubernetes
  • Create a scalable and secure architecture for the application using Kubernetes services
  • Troubleshooting and debugging the application in Kubernetes
  • Q&A session and course review

Congratulations on completing the Learn Kubernetes in a Week course! By the end of this course, you will be able to deploy and manage containerized applications with Kubernetes, use Kubernetes objects and resources to manage applications, configure and manage Kubernetes networking and security, and monitor and troubleshoot Kubernetes clusters and applications.


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