Kubernetes Certified Application Developer (CKAD) with Tests

Kubernetes Certified Application Developer (CKAD) with Tests
Kubernetes Certified Application Developer (CKAD) with Tests
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Learn concepts and practice for the Kubernetes Certification with hands-on labs right in your browser – DevOps – CKAD

A Kubernetes Certification can take your career to a whole new level. Learn, practice, and get certified on Kubernetes with hands-on labs right in your browser.

Learning Kubernetes is essential for any DevOps professional. DevOps engineers are always in demand. Currently the average Silicon Valley salary for a DevOps engineer is 20% higher than what a software engineer makes. DevOps engineers make an average of $140,000 to $200,000 annually. And One of the most in-demand skills is Kubernetes Deployment.

Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. It was originally designed by Google and is now maintained by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.

Simplify Complex Technology

Kubernetes is at the cutting-edge of application deployment. To elevate your DevOps career, learn how to effectively deploy applications on Kubernetes.

This course helps you gain the knowledge required to design and deploy cloud native applications on a Kubernetes cluster. A series of well designed lectures with animation and illustration help you understand complex concepts easily.

What you’ll learn

  • Kubernetes Certification
  • Design and Deploy applications on Kubernetes Cluster
  • Develop Cloud First Applications
  • Secure Kubernetes cluster with Secrets and Network Policies
  • Create and Schedule Jobs in Kubernetes
  • Create and Configure Persistent Volumes
  • Configure Readiness and Liveness Probes in a cluster
  • Troubleshoot Applications Deployed using Logs
  • Upgrade and Rollback Applications deployed on Kubernetes
Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Introduction
2 Kubernetes Series
3 Kubernetes for Beginners Course
4 Certification Details
5 CNCF Certification
6 Download Course Deck
7 Join our Slack Group
8 A note on Course Curriculum

Core Concepts
9 Recap – Kubernetes Architecture
10 Practice Test – PODs
11 Practice Test Solution – PODs (Optional)
12 Edit Pods
13 Recap – ReplicaSets
14 Practice Test – ReplicaSets
15 Practice Test Solution – ReplicaSets (Optional)
16 Recap – Deployments
17 Practice Test – Deployments
18 Certification Tip Imperative Commands
19 Certification Tip Formatting Output with kubectl
20 Recap – PODs
21 Practice Test – Imperative Commands
22 Your Reviews are Important!
23 Recap – Namespaces
24 Practice Test – Namespaces
25 Here’s some inspiration to keep going
26 Connect with Me!
27 YAML Basics
28 Recap – PODs with YAML
29 Recap – Demo – Creating PODs with YAML
30 Note!
31 Practice Test – Introduction
32 Demo Accessing Labs
33 Accessing the Labs

Configuration
34 Pre-Requisite – Commands and Arguments in Docker
35 Practice Test – Secrets
36 Docker Security
37 Security Contexts
38 Practice Test – Security Contexts
39 Service Account
40 Practice Test – Service Acccount
41 Stay Updated!
42 Resource Requirements
43 Note on default resource requirements and limits
44 Practice Test – Resource Requirements
45 Commands and Arguments in Kubernetes
46 Taints and Tolerations
47 Practice Test – Taints and Toleration
48 Node Selectors
49 Node Affinity
50 Practice Test – Node Affinity
51 Taints & Tolerations vs Node Affinity
52 Practice Test
53 Certification Tips – Student Tips
54 If you like it, Share it!
55 A quick note on editing PODs and Deployments
56 Practice Test – Commands and Arguments
57 Environment Variables
58 ConfigMaps
59 Practice Test – ConfigMaps
60 Secrets
61 A quick note about Secrets!

Multi-Container PODs
62 Multi-Container PODs
63 Practice Test – Multi-Container PODs

Observability
64 Readiness and Liveness Probes
65 Liveness Probes
66 Practice Test – Readiness and Liveness Probes
67 Container Logging
68 Practice Test – Container Logging
69 Monitor and Debug Applications
70 Practice Test – Monitoring

POD Design
71 Labels, Selectors and Annotations
72 Practice Test – Labels, Selectors and Annotations
73 Rolling Updates & Rollbacks in Deployments
74 Updating a Deployment
75 Demo – Deployments
76 Practice Test – Rolling Updates & Rollbacks
77 Jobs
78 CronJobs
79 Practice Test – Jobs & CronJobs

Services & Networking
80 Services
81 Services – Cluster IP
82 Practice Test – Services
83 Ingress Networking
84 Practice Test – Ingress Networking – 1
85 FAQ – What is the rewrite-target option
86 Practice Test – Ingress Networking – 2
87 Network Policies
88 Practice Test – Network Policies

State Persistence
89 Volumes
90 Stateful Sets Introduction
91 Headless Services
92 Storage in StatefulSets
93 Persistent Volumes
94 Persistent Volume Claims
95 Using PVCs in PODs
96 Practice Test – Persistent Volumes
97 Note on optional topics
98 Storage Classes
99 Why Stateful Sets

Kubernetes Challenge Series
100 Kubernetes Challenge Series
101 Challenge – 1 – WordPress MySQL
102 Challenge – 1 – Solution
103 More Practice!

Certification Tips
104 Time Management
105 Additional Tips
106 A gentle reminder on updating your reviews

Lightning Labs
107 Introduction – Lightning Labs
108 Lightning Lab – 1
109 Solution Lightning Lab1
110 Lightning Lab – 2
111 Solution Lightning Lab – 2

Mock Exams
112 Mock Exam – 1
113 Mock Exam – 2
114 Register for Certification
115 Bonus Lecture Accessing the Labs