Deploying Microservices to Kubernetes and AKS

Complete guide to build enterprise edition application end to end
Deploying Microservices to Kubernetes and AKS
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1.30 GB
Total length :
3h 25m



Rahul Sahay


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Deploying Microservices to Kubernetes and AKS

What you’ll learn

Learn how to deploy your Microservices to Containers
Learn how to deploy your Microservices to Kubernetes
Learn how to apply different deployment model
Learn how to create helm charts for different services
Learn how to stitch all helm templates together
Learn how to create Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)
Learn how to create Azure Container Registry (ACR)
Learn how to push images to ACR
Learn how to deploy components on AKS
Visualize Kubernetes components using Kubernetes Lens
Learn how to implement service mesh using Istio
Learn how to enable side car injection
Learn how to enable Kiali Dashboard to monitor the logs
Learn how to enable Grafana and Prometheus Dashboard

Deploying Microservices to Kubernetes and AKS


Basics of C#, Docker and Kubernetes


Microservices are a design pattern in which applications are composed of independent modules that communicate with each other within well defined boundaries. This makes it easier to develop, test, and deploy isolated parts of your application. If you are coming on this course directly, I suggest follow the Learning path as mentioned below to understand the entire picture.1. Getting Started with Microservices using Clean Architecture2. Securing Microservices using Identity Server 43. Implementing Cross Cutting Concerns 4. Versioning Microservices 5. Building Angular Application for MicroServices6. Deploying Microservices to Kubernetes and AKS (Current Course)In the earlier section, you would have already learnt plethora of technologies while designing Microservices and implementing Identity Server. During that learning journey you must have designed Microservices module using clean architecture. In this section, you will learn plethora of techniques to host the solution on bare metal machine and on cloud as well. In this case, we will be hosting these containers first on local kubernetes cluster and then on the Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). During this journey, we will also see how to write simple plain yaml files with variety of configurations and then how to deploy the same. Then, we will see how Helm Templates, enhances the reusability of this entire deployment module by reducing the noise of maintenance of multiple Yaml files of different services altogether. Finally, we will be enabling Service Mesh using Istio, where in you will how to enable side car patterns to enhance the monitoring of our pods. This course is part of Microservices series where in you will learn all minute details related to Microservices. During this learning path, you will learn how to connect the dots using different technologies and tooling. This course “Deploying Microservices to Kubernetes and AKS” is the sixth edition of the series. In this course, you will be implementing following things:IntroductionIntroductionArchitectural OverviewBranching StrategyGoing back in timeK8s ArchitectureWhat K8s can doKubernetes SetupEnabling KubernetesK8s ComponentsCreating Catalog Api YamlAdding Brands and Types sectionsCreating Mongo ConfigMapCatalog Db Yaml CreationCatalog db Secret CreationDocker tag Catalog Api imageCatalog Api and Db CreatedSetting up Kubernetes DashboardFixing Container config issueKubernetes LensFixing Checkout IssueAzure SetupAzure Container Registry setupDocker ACR TaggingPushing Images to ACRCreating Azure Container Registry SecretAKS Creation ErrorFixing AKS Creation IssueMerging AKS Credentials with local Kube ConfigHelm InstallationIntroductionHelm InstallationUnderstanding Catalog Helm TemplateUnderstanding Basket Helm TemplateUnderstanding Discount Helm TemplateUnderstanding Ordering Helm TemplateUnderstanding Infrastructure Helm TemplatesUnderstanding Powershell Script to install and uninstall componentsHelm Installation Image Pull IssueFixing Azure Login server issueOcelot IssueEnabling Service Mesh using IstioIntroductionIstio featuresEnabling IstioVerifying Istio in Kube LensDisabling Sidecar injectionEnabling Kiali DashboardVisualizing Catalog pod trafficVisualizing Grafana and Prometheus DashboardThank YouThank You


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 Architectural Overview

Lecture 3 Branching Strategy

Lecture 4 Going back in time

Lecture 5 K8s Architecture

Lecture 6 What K8s can do

Section 2: Kubernetes Setup

Lecture 7 Enabling Kubernetes

Lecture 8 K8s Components

Lecture 9 Creating Catalog Api Yaml

Lecture 10 Adding Brands and Types sections

Lecture 11 Creating Mongo ConfigMap

Lecture 12 Catalog Db Yaml Creation

Lecture 13 Catalog db Secret Creation

Lecture 14 Docker tag Catalog Api image

Lecture 15 Catalog Api and Db Created

Lecture 16 Setting up Kubernetes Dashboard

Lecture 17 Fixing Container config issue

Lecture 18 Kubernetes Lens

Section 3: Azure Setup

Lecture 19 Azure Container Registry setup

Lecture 20 Docker ACR Tagging

Lecture 21 Pushing Images to ACR

Lecture 22 Creating Azure Container Registry Secret

Lecture 23 AKS Creation Error

Lecture 24 Fixing AKS Creation Issue

Lecture 25 Merging AKS Credentials with local Kube Config

Section 4: Helm Installation

Lecture 26 Introduction

Lecture 27 Helm Installation

Lecture 28 Understanding Catalog Helm Template

Lecture 29 Understanding Basket Helm Template

Lecture 30 Understanding Discount Helm Template

Lecture 31 Understanding Ordering Helm Template

Lecture 32 Understanding Infrastructure Helm Templates

Lecture 33 Understanding Powershell Script to install and uninstall components

Lecture 34 Helm Installation Image Pull Issue

Lecture 35 Fixing Azure Login server issue

Lecture 36 Ocelot Issue

Section 5: Enabling Service Mesh using Istio

Lecture 37 Introduction

Lecture 38 Istio features

Lecture 39 Enabling Istio

Lecture 40 Verifying Istio in Kube Lens

Lecture 41 Disabling Sidecar injection

Lecture 42 Enabling Kiali Dashboard

Lecture 43 Visualizing Catalog pod traffic

Lecture 44 Visualizing Grafana and Prometheus Dashboard

Section 6: Thank You

Lecture 45 Thank You

Anyone who wants to learn Microservices end to end and learn how to apply each and every bit part by part.

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Udemy | English | 3h 25m | 1.30 GB
Created by: Rahul Sahay

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