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Building Kubernetes Skills

SS Course: GK821504

Course Overview


In this course, we will discuss Kubernetes concepts and architecture of the system, the problems it solves, and the model it uses to handle containerized deployments and scaling. You will gain practical skills to succeed and understand critical concepts like clustering, scaling, extending, and securing Kubernetes. We will also cover important topics such as monitoring and troubleshooting deployments and installations in various scenarios, including local, on-premise, cloud, and multi-cloud scenarios. And lastly, we will discuss long-term aspects of living with Kubernetes focusing on supporting and maintaining solutions.


Scheduled Classes

05/20/24 - GVT - Virtual Classroom - Virtual Instructor-Led
08/12/24 - GVT - Virtual Classroom - Virtual Instructor-Led
12/02/24 - GVT - Virtual Classroom - Virtual Instructor-Led


  1. How Kubernetes Works: Containerization theory and operation principles
    1. Introduction to Kubernetes: What is/what it is not
    2. The Kubernetes Architecture
    3. Working with Kubernetes: command files and command lines
    4. Installing Kubernetes
  2. Managing Kubernetes Workloads and Services
    1. Kubernetes Templating and Package Management
    2. Clustering & Containers: what is it? And what do we do with them?
    3. Kubernetes Networking
    4. Package and deployment management with Helm
  3. Deploying and Scaling Applications
    1. Deploying Kubernetes Projects
    2. Scaling Kubernetes
    3. Cloud Computing and Kubernetes
  4. Kubernetes Application and Security Design
    1. Kubernetes Application Management: "Cloud-native" application design
    2. Security Considerations and Practices
    3. Kubernetes Hardening
    4. Platform Hardening/External threats
  5. Monitoring and Troubleshooting Kubernetes
    1. Important Log Files
    2. Kubernetes "Observability"
    3. Security Monitoring
    4. Troubleshooting



    Learner has had exposure with cloud technologies, practices, and principles and can participate at a literate level in meetings, and discussions. The learner should be able to demonstrate an entry level skill on modern cloud services, tools, jargon and processes More advanced learners will benefit from the topics as well.

      Who Should Attend

      • Entry DevOps Personnel
      • Network and system administrators
      • Developers
      • Cloud computing personnel
      • Cloud project managers
      • Operations support looking for career advancement