In this Working with Kubernetes project, we will set up a Kubernetes cluster with kubeadm in Centos. And also, we will Deploy multiple Docker containers using Kubernetes,
Kubernetes is a container orchestration platform that enables you to manage and deploy your containers in a clustered environment. Kubernetes was originally develope by Google and is now maintaine by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Kubernetes is often use in conjunction with container technologies such as Docker and rkt.
The first thing you need to do when working with Kubernetes is to install the platform. You can install Kubernetes on your own server or use a managed service such as Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) or Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS).
Once you have Kubernetes installed, you can begin working with the platform. The easiest way to get start is to use the kubectl comman-line tool. kubectl is use to manage Kubernetes resources. It can be used to create, delete, and update resources. It can also be used to get information about resources and to troubleshoot problems. Before you begin working with Kubernetes, it’s important to understand some of the basic concepts. Pods are the basic unit of deployment in Kubernetes. A pod is a group of one or more containers that are deploye together on a single
What will you Learn in the Project Working with Kubernetes?
- How to install and configure Kubernetes?
- How to work with Kubernetes pods?
- How to create Kubernetes clusters?
- How to deploy multiple Docker containers on Kubernetes?
- Container orchestration tool: Kubernetes
As part of this project, we will be performing the following tasks
Task-1: Install and configure Kubernetes clusters on AWS LINUX Machine
Task 2: Configure and initialize Kubernetes