DevOps with Kubernetes - Second Edition

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Learn
  • Learn fundamental and advanced DevOps skills and tools
  • Get a comprehensive understanding of containers
  • Dockerize an application
  • Administrate and manage Kubernetes cluster
  • Extend the cluster functionality with custom resources
  • Understand Kubernetes network and service mesh
  • Implement Kubernetes logging and monitoring
  • Manage Kubernetes services in Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform,and Microsoft Azure
About

Kubernetes has been widely adopted across public clouds and on-premise data centers. As we're living in an era of microservices, knowing how to use and manage Kubernetes is an essential skill for everyone in the IT industry.

This book is a guide to everything you need to know about Kubernetes—from simply deploying a container to administrating Kubernetes clusters wisely. You'll learn about DevOps fundamentals, as well as deploying a monolithic application as microservices and using Kubernetes to orchestrate them. You will then gain an insight into the Kubernetes network, extensions, authentication and authorization.

With the DevOps spirit in mind, you'll learn how to allocate resources to your application and prepare to scale them efficiently. Knowing the status and activity of the application and clusters is crucial, so we’ll learn about monitoring and logging in Kubernetes. Having an improved ability to observe your services means that you will be able to build a continuous delivery pipeline with confidence. At the end of the book, you'll learn how to run managed Kubernetes services on three top cloud providers: Google Cloud Platform, Amazon Web Services, and Microsoft Azure.

Features
  • Learn about DevOps, containers, and Kubernetes all within one handy book
  • A practical guide to container management and orchestration
  • Learn how to monitor, log, and troubleshoot your Kubernetes applications
Page Count 484
Course Length 14 hours 31 minutes
ISBN 9781789533996
Date Of Publication 31 Jan 2019

Authors

Hideto Saito

Hideto Saito has around 20 years of experience in the computer industry. In 1998, while working for Sun Microsystems Japan, he was impressed by Solaris OS, OPENSTEP, and Sun Ultra Enterprise 10000 (also known as StarFire). He then decided to pursue UNIX and macOS operating systems.

In 2006, he relocated to southern California as a software engineer to develop products and services running on Linux and macOS X. He was especially renowned for his quick Objective-C code when he was drunk. He is also an enthusiast of Japanese anime, drama, and motorsports, and loves Japanese Otaku culture.

Hui-Chuan Chloe Lee

Hui-Chuan Chloe Lee is a DevOps and software developer. She has worked in the software industry on a wide range of projects for over five years. As a technology enthusiast, she loves trying and learning about new technologies, which makes her life happier and more fulfilling. In her free time, she enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with the people she love

Cheng-Yang Wu

Cheng-Yang Wu has been tackling infrastructure and system reliability since he received his master's degree in computer science from National Taiwan University. His laziness prompted him to master DevOps skills to maximize his efficiency at work so as to squeeze in writing code for fun. He enjoys cooking as it's just like working with software – a perfect dish always comes from balanced flavors and fine-tuned tastes.