Join Karthik Gaekwad for an in-depth discussion in this video How to use the exercise files, part of Learning Kubernetes.
- [Instructor] To use the exercise files, go to the exercise file tab on the course page and download the zip file, then unzip the zip file. Navigate to the folder it created, and inside you'll see folders that represent each video within the course. Open up the folder that corresponds to the lesson you're watching and you'll find all the materials you'll need for that video. You'll notice that there's a Read Me included in the root of the exercise files folder. Be sure to check that out for some helpful links on each lesson. Since our course is mostly driven through terminal commands, you'll notice that I'm working on a Mac, but this course will work on a PC.
One thing to note is while I use terminal, you'll want to use PowerShell with admin access. Windows also does not come with win, but in order to simplify things, we can create an alias that will let you type the same command as I do on the Mac. We'll type new alias vi notepad. This tells PowerShell to use Notepad anytime we type vi. Now you're all set.
- 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.