Docker & Kubernetes

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Docker is a set of software development tools for generating, distributing, and executing individual containers, whereas Kubernetes is a solution for running containerized applications at scale. Considering containers to be a conventional package for microservices that contain all of the essential application code and dependencies. Although Docker is not required as a container runtime in Kubernetes, it does play an important role in the Kubernetes ecosystem and your workflow. Docker is still a great tool for generating and executing container images locally as it was removed.

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What Will You Learn?

  • Create, build, and operate container images.
  • CI/CD, production deployments, monitoring, and knowing CPU, memory, cluster, and pod health are all critical pieces of the application puzzle.
  • Prerequisites include knowledge of DevOps, Linux, AWS, and Docker concepts.
  • You will be able to install, use, and maintain your apps on Kubernetes by the end of this course.

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Docker & Kubernetes
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