Deploy and view the Kubernetes web user interface, and learn how you can use the application to manage, deploy, and troubleshoot your applications.
- [Instructor] One of the most common asks…in the container world,…is the need for a UI to visualize what's…going on with clusters.…It was one of the most requested features of…Docker when it first started, and companies like…StackEngine, the one I worked at, or Rancher were the…first ways that DevOps engineers…would use to manage clusters.…Kubernetes learned from this early on and…created the Kubernetes Dashboard for this purpose,…and it allows you to visualize and monitor…clusters from an operational perspective.…Let's see how we can accomplish this is in Minikube.…If I go back to my terminal I can type the command…"minikube addons list," and I'll notice that this…gives us all the addons that Minikube has by default.…
Dashboard, in this version of Minikube,…comes enabled by default,…so if you want to start the dashboard all we have…to type is "minikube dashboard."…And this will start up a dashboard.…One quick thing we want to do is to enable heapster…to see cluster memory and CPU usage.…So let's go ahead and do that as well.…
- 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.