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William Denniss
  • MEAP began April 2020
  • Publication in Spring 2023 (estimated)
  • ISBN 9781617297175
  • 265 pages (estimated)
  • printed in black & white
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Whether you are using kubernetes now or thinking of using kubernetes in the future, there is no better way to expand your knowledge than this book.

Becky Huett
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Kubernetes has changed everything about deploying applications to the cloud—for the better! Kubernetes for Developers is a clear and practical beginner’s guide that shows you just how easy, flexible, and cost-effective it can be to make the switch to Kubernetes deployment even for small to medium-sized applications. You’ll learn how to migrate your existing apps onto Kubernetes without a rebuild, and implement modern cloud native architectures that can handle your future growth. You’ll take advantage of the powerful automation tools in Google Kubernetes Engine to perform automatic checks and scaling, giving you more time to spend developing great applications!

about the technology

You don’t need to incur huge costs or have the manpower of an enterprise organization to get a productivity boost from Kubernetes. By organizing your application component into containerized components and automating tasks like scaling and replication, Kubernetes keeps your apps running smoothly. Cloud-based Kubernetes services like Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) reduce OS issues, simplify operations, and give you the freedom to use whatever software stack you want. If you’ve heard that switching to Kubernetes is complex, good news—Kubernetes for Developers will show you how it can be done without a time-consuming rebuild. Using examples from the Google Kubernetes Engine created by the team who invented Kubernetes itself, you’ll learn to set up future-proof application deployments that scale to handle evergrowing and complex workloads.

about the book

Kubernetes for Developers is a hands-on guide to taking your first steps into Kubernetes using the powerful Google Kubernetes Engine service. It lays out a map for taking an application, containerizing it, and then deploying it onto Kubernetes. You’ll learn best practice techniques for a stable and long-term Kubernetes deployment, including scaling and capacity planning, saving money by optimizing resource consumption, and tricks to make your day-to-day monitoring easier such as debugging code in the cloud. Kubernetes is the future of app development, so make sure you’re ahead of the curve —get started with Kubernetes today!

what's inside

  • Benefits of switching to Kubernetes
  • Containerize a web application with Docker
  • Host a containerized app on Kubernetes with a public cloud service
  • Save money and improve performance with cloud native technologies
  • Make your deployments reliable and fault tolerant without constant monitoring and intervention
  • Prepare your deployments to scale without a redesign
  • Monitor, debug and tune application deployments on Kubernetes in the cloud

about the reader

For programmers with experience managing web apps. No knowledge of Kubernetes or Docker containerization required. Examples use GKE, with careful explanations to allow you to adapt them to any Kuberentes system.

about the author

William Denniss is a product manager at Google on Kubernetes Engine. He participates in the CNCF Kubernetes Conformance working group and has a passion for interoperability and developer experience. He has presented on Kubernetes at KubeCon North America and Europe, DockerCon, and Google Cloud Next in San Francisco, London, and Tokyo. William authored RFC 8252, RFC 8417, and RFC 8628, and founded AppAuth, a leading open source OAuth client.

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Excellent introductory text for Kubernetes that augments the Kubernetes documentation with best practice tips and great tool recommendations.

Robert Kielty

This is an excellent introduction to Kubernetes in particular and Cloud deployments in general.

Juan Jimenez

Get ready to be taken from the old world to the new. It won't hurt to give this book another read-over before you deploy your service into production!

Chase Sillevis

An excellent read for a newbie who wants to get closer to Kubernetes.

Giuliano Latini