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  • Create highly available Kubernetes clusters in Google Cloud
  • Build a CI/CD solution to deploy the cloud-native application using Google Cloud services such as Cloud Build, Cloud Source Repositories, and more
  • Leverage DevOps techniques and processes such as Infrastructure as Code, and automation
  • Learn about the latest Google Cloud services and DevOps practices used to deploy modern applications in a cloud-native environment
  • Create an end-to-end continuous delivery workflow for your deployment
  • Learn to use Google Cloud services such as Cloud Functions, Google Kubernetes Engine, and more

Lightweight Kubernetes k3s is designed for edge computing, IoT, CI, and ARM. If you’re working with something as small as a Raspberry Pi, k3s allows you to use Kubernetes for production workloads. k3s simplifies the operations, reducing the dependencies and the steps needed to run a production Kubernetes cluster.

In this course, you will learn about k3s; why k3s is needed; its real-world applications; what you need to run k3s on the edge; how you can develop an operational model for single-node and clustered edge environments using k3s; and also how to manage hundreds of micro-clusters using k3s. You will learn about the practical use cases for which we need to apply the implementation of a lightweight framework that can be used to make development easier and more efficient.

The code bundle for this video course is available at -

  • Easy-to-follow guide to one of the latest technologies in the computing landscape: k3s
  • Practical, real-world coverage of k3s cluster with Vagrant and Raspberry Pi acting as an edge node
  • Understanding of how to configure and deploy applications to the Raspberry Pi and access them
Course Length 0 hours 56 minutes
ISBN 9781838821173
Date Of Publication 22 Nov 2019


Sangam Biradar

Sangam Biradar is an Author and Speaker with expertise in DevOps, Cloud Computing, IoT, Golang, and providing corporate training for various companies and educational institutes. Is an active open-source contributor in different communities and also organizes meetups across India. Founder of Gopherlabs ( Core contributor of Dockerlabs and Maintainer ( LinkedIn -

Walter Dolce

Walter Dolce is a software and platform engineer based in London, UK. He has worked for both small/medium-sized businesses as well as large enterprises such as the BBC and Just Eat. Over the years, he has developed a deep knowledge of various software engineering concepts and practices, such as test-driven development, behavior-driven development, the SOLID principles, and design patterns. More recently, he transitioned to the DevOps/platform engineering space where he has utilized his knowledge to implement highly available, resilient systems and platforms running in today’s major cloud providers (including Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, and Microsoft Azure). Walter has already authored video courses for Packt entitled “Creating a Continuous Deployment Pipeline” and “Hands-On Kubernetes Networking”. Linkedin -