Kubernetes Resource Management
Kubernetes Resource Management is an advanced course on Kubernetes that covers a wide range of topics, including Load Balancer, EmptyDir, Dynamic Storage Provisioning, ConfigMaps, Secrets, Ingress Rules, Deployment and DaemonSet Update, Init Containers, Lifecycle Hooks, Resource Requirements, Limit Range, Resource Quota, StatefulSet, Authorization (RBAC), Stout & Sterr, Network Policies, and Kustomize. The course provides practical and theoretical skills for advanced container management in Kubernetes, using recommended tools and best practices.
The course includes educational laboratories in which each student will be able to work in order to complete training exercises that will provide practical experience in using the instrument, for each of the topics covered during the course.
- Completion of DSK101 and DSK102 courses (or have equivalent knowledge).
- Basic knowledge of Kubernetes and fundamental concepts of container orchestration.
- Familiarity with basic Kubernetes commands and management of pods, deployments, and services.
- Understanding of networking concepts within Kubernetes and storage resources.
- Basic knowledge of security concepts and authentication and authorization tools used in Kubernetes.
- Experience configuring and operating a local Kubernetes development environment or production cluster.
- Knowledge of the main tools and utilities used for Kubernetes administration, such as kubectl and Helm.
The above listed prerequisites ensure that course participants have a solid foundation and basic understanding of Kubernetes and its components. This allows them to take full advantage of the DSK200 course, which focuses on advanced and in-depth topics related to container administration and management in a Kubernetes environment.