Certified Kubernetes Administrator CKA Master Course

Kubernetes Administration – Installation, Configuration, Validation, Scheduling, Maintenance, Security, Networking, etc.
Certified Kubernetes Administrator CKA Master Course
File Size :
2.51 GB
Total length :
5h 43m



MUTHUKUMAR Subramanian


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Certified Kubernetes Administrator CKA Master Course

What you’ll learn

Curriculum required for Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) Exam
Scheduling, Logging / Monitoring in Kubernetes cluster
Application lifecycle management and cluster maintenance
Security, Storage and Networking
Installation, Configuration and Validation
Cluster core concepts and troubleshooting

Certified Kubernetes Administrator CKA Master Course


Basic understanding on containers
Registering with any one cloud infrastructure like AWS, Azure or Google Cloud


Major domains of Kubernetes Administration for CKA examSchedulingLogging/MonitoringApplication Lifecycle ManagementCluster MaintenanceSecurityStorageTroubleshootingCore ConceptsNetworkingInstallation, Configuration & ValidationInstallation, Configuration & ValidationDesign a Kubernetes clusterInstall Kubernetes masters and nodesConfigure secure cluster communicationsConfigure a Highly-Available Kubernetes clusterKnow where to get the Kubernetes release binariesProvision underlying infrastructure to deploy a Kubernetes clusterChoose a network solutionChoose your Kubernetes infrastructure configurationRun end-to-end tests on your clusterAnalyze end-to-end test resultsRun Node end-to-end testsInstall and use kubeadm to install, configure, and manage Kubernetes clustersCore ConceptsUnderstand the Kubernetes API primitivesUnderstand the Kubernetes cluster architectureUnderstand Services and other network primitivesApplication Lifecycle ManagementUnderstand Deployments and how to perform rolling updates and rollbacksKnow various ways to configure applicationsKnow how to scale applicationsUnderstand the primitives necessary to create a self-healing applicationCluster MaintenanceUnderstand the Kubernetes cluster upgrade processFacilitate operating system upgradesImplement backup and restore methodologiesNetworkingUnderstand the networking configuration on the cluster nodesUnderstand Pod networking conceptsUnderstand service networkingDeploy and configure the network load balancerKnow how to use Ingress rulesKnow how to configure and use the cluster DNSUnderstand CNISecurityKnow how to configure authentication and authorizationUnderstand Kubernetes security primitivesKnow to configure network policiesCreate and manage TLS certificates for cluster componentsWork with images securelyDefine security contextsSecure persistent key-value storeStorageUnderstand persistent volumes and know how to create themUnderstand access modes for volumesUnderstand persistent volume claims primitiveUnderstand Kubernetes storage objectsKnow how to configure applications with persistent storageSchedulingUse label selectors to schedule PodsUnderstand the role of DaemonSetsUnderstand how resource limits can affect Pod schedulingUnderstand how to run multiple schedulers and how to configure Pods to use themManually schedule a pod without a schedulerDisplay scheduler eventsKnow how to configure the Kubernetes schedulerLogging/MonitoringUnderstand how to monitor all cluster componentsUnderstand how to monitor applicationsManage cluster component logsManage application logsTroubleshootingTroubleshoot application failureTroubleshoot control plane failureTroubleshoot worker node failureTroubleshoot networking


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 Baremetal VM Container Overview

Lecture 3 Docker lifecycle overview

Lecture 4 Orchestration overview

Lecture 5 Scaleability and availability overview

Lecture 6 AWS Component Introduction

Section 2: Minikube Quick Installation

Lecture 7 Kubernetes Installation Types

Lecture 8 Kubernetes Component Introduction

Lecture 9 Kubernetes Windows Installation

Lecture 10 AWS EC2 Introduction

Lecture 11 Kubernetes CentOS / Amazon Linux Installation

Lecture 12 Docker Demo

Section 3: Kubernetes Basics – First Baby Step

Lecture 13 YAML Introduction

Lecture 14 Pod getting started

Lecture 15 Pod- Working with files copy and ports

Lecture 16 Replicaset

Lecture 17 Deployment

Lecture 18 Service

Lecture 19 Label selector

Lecture 20 Volume – Ephemeral Storage

Lecture 21 Volume – Persistent Storage

Lecture 22 Configmaps

Lecture 23 Secrets

Lecture 24 Namespace

Section 4: Kubernetes Cluster Installation – Kubeadm

Lecture 25 Installation component Overview and plan

Lecture 26 Prepare EC2 and prerequisite installation

Lecture 27 Installing kubelet, kubeadm and kubectl and prepare AMI

Lecture 28 Master initialization

Lecture 29 Start workers and attach workers to the master

Lecture 30 Verify Cluster installation and Cleanup

Section 5: Kubernetes Components Detailed Discussion

Lecture 31 Understand with Analogy

Lecture 32 Types of Installation – Review

Lecture 33 etcd database

Lecture 34 kube-api server

Lecture 35 kube controller

Lecture 36 Scheduler

Lecture 37 Kubelet

Lecture 38 Kube-proxy

Lecture 39 coreDNS

Section 6: Schedulers

Lecture 40 Manual Scheduling

Lecture 41 Labels

Lecture 42 Selector

Lecture 43 Annotations

Lecture 44 Taints Introduction

Lecture 45 Taints Use cases

Lecture 46 Taints NoExecute Effect

Lecture 47 Taints NoSchedule Effect

Lecture 48 Pod Toleration Introduction

Lecture 49 Pod Toleration different options

Lecture 50 Affinity Introduction

Lecture 51 Node Affinity Required Selector

Lecture 52 Node Affinity Preferred Selector

Lecture 53 Pod Affinity

Lecture 54 Pod Anti-Affinity

Lecture 55 Self Repelling Pods

Those who are preparing for Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) Exam,Get comfortable with Kubernetes concepts and administration

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 5h 43m | 2.51 GB
Created by: MUTHUKUMAR Subramanian

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