In Learn Kubernetes in a Month of Lunches you’ll go from “what’s a Pod?” to automatically scaling clusters of containers and components in just 22 hands-on lessons, each short enough to fit into a lunch break. Every lesson is task-focused and covers an essential skill on the road to Kubernetes mastery. You’ll learn how to smooth container management with Kubernetes, including securing your clusters, and upgrades and rollbacks with zero downtime. No development stack, platform, or background is assumed. Author Elton Stoneman describes all patterns generically, so you can easily apply them to your applications and port them to other projects!
Outstanding intro to Kubernetes starting with the foundations of the software and building from there. Each chapter has extensive hands on examples and labs to complete. I learned a lot!
10.1 What Helm adds to Kubernetes 10.2 Packaging your own apps with Helm 10.3 Modelling dependencies in charts 10.4 Upgrading and rolling back Helm releases 10.5 Understanding where Helm fits in 10.6 Lab
10.7 The Docker developer workflow 10.8 The Kubernetes-as-a-Service developer workflow 10.9 Isolating workloads with contexts and namespaces 10.10 Continuous Delivery in Kubernetes without Docker 10.11 Evaluating developer workflows on Kubernetes 10.12 Lab
10.13 Routing traffic to healthy Pods using readiness probes 10.14 Restarting unhealthy Pods with liveness probes 10.15 Deploying upgrades safely with Helm 10.16 Protecting apps and nodes with resource limits 10.17 Understanding the limits of self-healing apps 10.18 Lab
10.19 How Kubernetes stores log entries 10.20 Collecting logs from nodes with Fluentd 10.21 Shipping logs to Elasticsearch 10.22 Parsing and filtering log entries 10.23 Understanding logging options in Kubernetes 10.24 Lab
10.25 How Prometheus monitors Kubernetes workloads 10.26 Monitoring apps built with Prometheus client libraries 10.27 Monitoring third-party apps with metrics exporters 10.28 Monitoring containers and Kubernetes objects 10.29 Understanding the investment you make in monitoring 10.30 Lab
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