KD100: Kubernetes and Docker Bootcamp
Nov 20Mon 09:00 AM PST - Wed 05:00 PM PST Online Mirantis KD100-054
- $1,995.00 incl. Tax
Nov 20Mon 09:00 AM PST - Wed 05:00 PM PST Sunnyvale Mirantis KD100-054
- $1,995.00 incl. Tax
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UPDATE! This course now includes one free attempt at the Kubernetes & Docker Certification Exam (KCM100).
The KD100 is the perfect introductory course to get your feet wet in both Kubernetes and Docker.
This course requires students to be very familiar with the Linux command line. The course is broken up into three sections: lectures, labs and hands-on certification.
The lectures provide an introduction to Docker and Kubernetes. Students will learn how to use Docker for developing, shipping, and running applications. Also, students will learn how to use Kubernetes to automate deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications.
The labs provide hands-on experience through the installation of a Docker and Kubernetes cluster from scratch. Students will also learn how to run a Docker container, build a new Docker image and configure it. Over the length of the course, students will use Kubernetes to deploy and manage a simple web application.
The certification exam tests candidates' ability to create, configure, and manage container using Kubernetes & Docker. The exam will run on the 3rd day and is completely hands-on with an allotted time of three hours. The course will prepare students for the certification exam.
Course Duration: 3 days
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Audience & Prerequisites
Intended for Software developers, Architects and Deployment engineers seeking to learn how to use Docker for developing, shipping and running applications as well as learning how to use Kubernetes to automate deployment, scaling and management of containerized applications. This course requires advanced proficiency in Linux, an understanding of the software development life-cycle, a general understanding of virtualization and experience with networking concepts.
Objectives and Outline
- What is a container, how it differs from a virtual machine, and how to use containers to deliver software applications faster
- What is container orchestration and why it is needed
- How to install Docker from scratch
- How to use Docker to run and manage containers
- How to build Docker images
- How to configure volumes and networks in Docker
- How to install a Kubernetes cluster from scratch
- How to create Kubernetes pods, deployments, and services
- How to manage containers
- How to discover and connect containers
- How to use Kubernetes to deploy a software application consisting of several components
Please review our syllabus for the course objectives and outline.
To access our cloud hosted lab environment, student will need a laptop computer with a ssh client and a web browser.
- Presentations and Workbooks provided by Instructor
- Access to Cloud based labs for duration of class
- Certificate of Completion
- One attempt at the KCM100 exam