Take a deep dive into Kubernetes inner components and discover what really powers a Kubernetes cluster. This in-depth guide shines a light on Kubernetes' murky internals, to help you better plan cloud native architectures and ensure the reliability of your systems.
In Core Kubernetes
you will learn about:
- Kubernetes base components
- Kubernetes networking
- Storage and the Container Storage Interface
- External load balancing and ingress
- Kubernetes security
- Different ways of creating a Kubernetes cluster
- Configuring Kubernetes to use a GPU
To build and operate reliable Kubernetes-based systems, you need to understand what’s going on below the surface. Core Kubernetes
is an in-depth guide to Kubernetes’ internal workings written by Kubernetes contributors Chris Love and Jay Vyas. It’s packed with experience-driven insights and advanced techniques you won’t find anywhere else.
You’ll understand the unique security concerns of container-based applications, minimize costly unused capacity, and get pro tips for maximizing performance. Diagrams, labs, and hands-on examples ensure that the complex ideas are easy to understand and practical to apply.