Join Karthik Gaekwad for an in-depth discussion in this video How to use the exercise files and handout, part of Kubernetes: Native Tools.
- [Instructor] To use the exercise files, go to the Exercises file tab on the course page and download the zip file. Then unzip the zip file, navigate to the folder where it created, and you'll see inside folders that represent each video within the course. Open up the folder that corresponds to the lesson you're watching, and you'll find the materials you need for that video. Since some lessons in the course are driven through Terminal commands, I start out each lesson in this directory, and you'll want to do the same. You'll notice that there's a read me file included in the root of the exercise file folder.
Be sure to check this out, as it has some helpful links for each lesson. In this course, I'll be working on a Mac, but the course will work on a PC as well. One thing to notice is that where I use Terminal, you'll want to use PowerShell with admin access. To open PowerShell with admin access, simply search for PowerShell, right-click, and run as administrator. Windows doesn't come with Vim, but in order to simplify things, we can create an alias that will let you type the same command as I do in the Mac.
So on Windows, you can type new alias, vi, notepad. This tells PowerShell to use notepad any time we type vi. Now, you're all set.
- Strategies for creating and interacting with objects
- Searching, sorting, and filtering applications
- Deleting strategies for applications
- Running Kubernetes using Minikube, kubeadm, and kops
- Using the Kubernetes dashboard
- Federation and kubefed