Understanding of Kubernetes objects, such as Namespaces, Pods and RBAC.
Basic Bash and Linux command line knowledge.
Understanding of network concepts.
Learn how to create and manage Kubernetes using one of the leading managed services on the market.
Azure Kubernetes Service Zero to Hero admin guide is an intermediate course which describes:
Comparison of Managed vs self-managed Kubernetes solutions;
Pros and Cons of Managed Kubernetes services;
AKS Capacity Analysis;
Detailed AKS network architecture;
How to create an AKS cluster using Azure Portal and Azure CLI;
Integrate AKS with Active Directory;
Create Kubernetes users using self-signed certificates;
How AKS creates and manages Azure storage resources;
AKS monitoring and log debugging.
Who this course is for:
Fearless Kubernetes administrators.
Rating: 4.5 out of 53 months ago
Teacher has knowledge about the subject, as he shows during his classes. I suggest only reducing the duration for Hands-On videos, cut them into smaller topics. 1h30 video is very exhausting, and some time may even lead to boredom.
13 sections • 68 lectures • 12h 44m total length
What is AKS?
The truth about managed Kubernetes services
The good about managed Kubernetes services
The bad about managed Kubernetes services
Managed vs self-managed Kubernetes Quiz
Restricted Virtual Machine Sizes
Resource Group and Tags
Azure subscription limits
Resource Group limits
AKS Capacity Analysis Quiz
Kubenet (basic) vs Azure CNI (advanced)
Basic Load Balancer vs Standard Load Balancer
AKS Network - Architecture Quiz
Basic External Load Balancer with dynamic outbound IP
[ HANDS-ON ] Basic External Load Balancer with dynamic outbound IP
Basic External Load Balancer with static outbound IP
[ HANDS-ON ] Basic External Load Balancer with static outbound IP
I started my career as a Linux SysAdmin in 2004. Since then I've been working with distributed systems and processes automation. Currently I'm working as a DevOps Engineer, accelerating dev teams capabilities through Continuous Delivery workflows. For the last 3 years, I've been using Kubernetes and many tools of its ecosystem.