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AWS EKS Kubernetes – Masterclass | DevOps, Microservices

What you’ll learn
You will write kubernetes manifests with confidence after going through live template writing sections
You will learn 30+ kubernetes concepts and use 18 AWS Services in combination with EKS
You will learn Kubernetes Fundamentals in both imperative and declarative approaches
You will learn writing & deploying k8s manifests for storage concepts like storage class, persistent volume claim pvc, mysql and EBS CSI Driver
You will learn to switch from native EBS Storage to RDS Database using k8s external name service
You will learn writing and deploying load balancer k8s manifests for Classic and Network load balancers
You will learn writing ingress k8s manifests by enabling features like context path based routing, SSL, SSL Redirect and External DNS.
You will learn writing k8s manifests for advanced fargate profiles and do mixed mode workload deployments in both EC2 and Fargate Serverless
You will learn using ECR – Elastic Container Registry in combination with EKS.
You will implement DevOps concepts with AWS Code Services like CodeCommit, CodeBuild and CodePipeline
You will implement microservices core cocepts like Service Discovery, Distributed Tracing using X-Ray and Canary Deployments
You will learn to enable Autoscaling features like HPA,VPA and Cluster Autoscaler
You will learn to enable monitoring and logging for EKS cluster and workloads in cluster using CloudWatch Container Insights
You will learn Docker fundamentals by implementing usecases like download image from Docker Hub and run on local desktop and build an image locally, test and push to Docker Hub.
You will slowly start by learning Docker Fundamentals and move on to Kubenetes.
You will master many kubectl commands over the process

******* Course Overview *******

Welcome to this Amazing course on AWS EKS Kubernetes – Masterclass | DevOps, Microservices. Below is the list of modules covered in this course.

Course Modules

Create AWS EKS Cluster using eksctl CLI

Docker Fundamentals

Kubernetes Fundamentals (Pods, ReplicaSets, Deployments & Services)

EKS Storage with AWS EBS CSI Driver

Kubernetes Important Concepts for Application Deployments

Kubernetes – Secrets

Kubernetes – Init Containers

Kubernetes – Liveness & Readiness Probes

Kubernetes – Requests & Limits

Kubernetes – Namespaces, Limit Range and Resource Quota

EKS Storage with AWS RDS MySQL Database

Load Balancing using CLB & NLB

Load Balancing using CLB – AWS Classic Load Balancer

Load Balancing using NLB – AWS Network Load Balancer

Load Balancing using ALB – AWS Application Load Balancer

ALB Ingress Controller – Install

ALB Ingress – Basics

ALB Ingress – Context path-based routing

ALB Ingress – SSL

ALB Ingress – SSL Redirect HTTP to HTTPS

ALB Ingress – External DNS

Deploy Kubernetes workloads on AWS Fargate Serverless

AWS Fargate Profiles – Basic

AWS Fargate Profiles – Advanced using YAML

Build and Push Container to AWS ECR and use that in EKS

DevOps with AWS Developer Tools CodeCommit, CodeBuild and CodePipeline

Microservices Deployment on EKS – Service Discovery

Microservices Distributed Tracing using AWS X-Ray

Microservices Canary Deployments

EKS HPA – Horizontal Pod Autosaler

EKS VPA – Vertical Pod Autosaler

EKS CA – Cluster Autosaler

EKS Monitoring using CloudWatch Agent & Fluentd – Container Insights

AWS Services Covered

AWS EKS – Elastic Kubernetes Service

AWS EBS – Elastic Block Store

AWS RDS – Relational Database Service MySQL

AWS CLB – Classic Load Balancer

AWS NLB – Network Load Balancer

AWS ALB – Application Load Balancer

AWS Fargate – Serverless

AWS ECR – Elastic Container Registry

AWS Developer Tool – CodeCommit

AWS Developer Tool – CodeBuild

AWS Developer Tool – CodePipeline

AWS X-Ray

AWS CloudWatch – Container Insights

AWS CloudWatch – Log Groups & Log Insights

AWS CloudWatch – Alarms

AWS Route53

AWS Certificate Manager

EKS CLI – eksctl

AWS SNS – Simple Notification Service

Kubernetes Concepts Covered

Kubernetes Architecture

Pods

ReplicaSets

Deployments

Services – Node Port Service

Services – Cluster IP Service

Services – External Name Service

Services – Load Balancers

Services – Ingress Service

Services – Ingress SSL & SSL Redirect

Services – Ingress & External DNS

Imperative – with kubectl

Declarative – Declarative with YAML

Secrets

Init Containers

Liveness & Readiness Probes

Requests & Limits

Namespaces – Imperative

Namespaces – Limit Range

Namespaces – Resource Quota

Storage Classes

Persistent Volumes

Persistent Volume Claims

Annotations

Canary Deployments

HPA – Horizontal Pod Autoscaler

VPA – Vertical Pod Autoscaler

CA – Cluster Autoscaler

DaemonSets

DaemonSets – Fluentd for logs

Config Maps

Each of my courses come with

Amazing Hands-on Step By Step Learning Experiences

Real Implementation Experience

Friendly Support in the Q&A section

30 Day “No Questions Asked” Money Back Guarantee!

Who this course is for:
Any beginner who is interested in learning kubernetes on cloud using AWS EKS.
Any beginner who is interested in learning Kubernetes DevOps and Micro services deployments on Kubernetes
AWS Architects or Sysadmins or Developers who are planning to master Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) for running applications on Kubernetes

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