Set up Docker, Minikube, kubectl on Windows 10, and run tests for each component to verify that everything is up and running as expected.
- [Instructor] Before we get Kubernetes installed,…we'll need to have Docker and Hypervisor installed.…In this video, I'll cover the Windows installation.…If you're running on a Mac or a Linux,…you should already have done this in the previous video.…So go ahead and skip to the next video.…If you head over to the Docker page,…you can see the Docker is cross-platform,…so regardless of whether you're running…Windows, Mac, or Linux, you're covered.…I've already got it installed on my PC.…
If you don't already have it installed,…you'll want to follow the links…to do so before moving on.…For the course I'll be running on Mac,…so wherever you see me running terminal…really you want to be running partial instead.…I want to check if Docker is actually up…and running at this point.…So on this window I'll type docker version,…and as you can see, I'm running…version 17.09 community edition for this version.…And the server version is also the same one.…Your version might be different,…and that's okay as long as you're running…
- What is containerization?
- Kubernetes features
- Clusters, nodes, and pods
- Deployments, jobs, and services
- Getting an application up and running
- Working with labels
- Handling application upgrades
- Dealing with configuration data
- Running jobs
- Production deployments
- Monitoring and logging
- Security in Kubernetes
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 06/14/2018. What changed?
A: The following topic was updated: breaking down the Hello World application.