Jul
17

This course covers the basics of Docker and Kubernetes by showing how to build modern clouds with these technologies. By the end of this course students will be able to launch a Kubernetes cluster and deploy self-healing and scalable applications, as well as create their own continuous integration, and continuous delivery pipeline.



Why You Should Watch:

Kubernetes has quickly become the standard platform for running containerized workloads. All the major public clouds now have a Kubernetes-as-a-Service offering and popular container management tools, like Rancher, have migrated their underlying platform from in-house software, like Cattle, to Kubernetes. Even Docker themselves are now natively supporting Kubernetes.

This course is meant to teach you how to get started building modern clouds with Kubernetes and Docker, while covering the basic concepts of DevOps.


Who Should Watch:

This course is intended for anyone wanting to learn about Kubernetes and Docker. A basic familiarity with the Linux command line and the basic high-level concepts of the public cloud are recommended. The recommended public cloud platform for this course is Google Cloud Platform.


About The Instructor

David Coronel has been in the IT field since 2002. David started as a call center agent and quickly made his way to systems administration. David is a Certified Kubernetes Administrator, a Docker Certified Associate, a Certified OpenStack Administrator as well as an AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate. David is currently employed as a Technical Account Manager at Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu.

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