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Kubernetes Fundamentals

Video Description

Learn how to use Kubernetes in this nine-part video series, which covers:

  • Kubernetes Overview. This first video in the Kubernetes series explains this open source project which manages a cluster of Linux containers as a single system.
  • Kubernetes Components. This second video in the Kubernetes series explores Kubernetes components including nodes, bots, shared volumes, replica sets, labels, and clusters.
  • Kubernetes Architecture. This third video in the Kubernetes series explains how Kubernetes relates to other applications, services, and technologies such as the cloud, Docker, Kron, master nodes, and key-value stores.
  • Kubernetes Management. This fourth video in the Kubernetes series shows how Kubernetes controllers maximize the efficiency of the Kubernetes environment.
  • Kubernetes API Server. This fifth video in the Kubernetes series covers the actions possible on the server, including Create, Read, Update, or Delete. High level resources are associated with API groups, and we explore the various components within the API.
  • Kubernetes Nodes and Pod. This sixth video in the Kubernetes series goes into detail into each type of node and pod, and the role of related components such as agents. This is where all your services are stored and deployed.
  • Kubernetes In Action Part I. This seventh video in the Kubernetes series shows how to install and set up Kubernetes.
  • Kubernetes In Action Part II. Follow along during this eigth video in the Kubernetes series to see how to implement many of the techniques discussed in prior clips.
  • Kubernetes In Action Part III. Follow along during this ninth video in the Kubernetes series to see how to start a service with Kubernetes.