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Introduction to Kubernetes
H1RY4S

This workshop is a fast-paced engineering overview which


HPE course number H1RY4S sends you back to work ready to begin using Kubernetes
Course length 2 Days in your own environment. Of the limited tools available to
Delivery mode ILT, VILT manage containers at scale and implement strategies like
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balance between powerful capability and ease of use. We
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focus on getting you up to speed quickly and attaching your
use of the tool to the best practices we’ve seen adopted and
Why HPE Education Services?
proven by top-performing IT teams in the enterprise DevOps
•• IDC MarketScape leader 5 years running community.
for IT education and training*
•• Recognized by IDC for leading with Audience • Automate many traditional operational tasks
global coverage, unmatched technical such as load balancing, high availability,
expertise, and targeted education Resource utilization, etc
consulting services* This class is for engineering teams, leaders,
•• Key partnerships with industry leaders
and technology stakeholders who need to help • Empower both operational and development
OpenStack®, VMware®, Linux®, Microsoft®, their organization take the next step orches- organizations to synchronize service delivery
ITIL, PMI, CSA, and SUSE trating and managing containers and the and common application outcomes
•• Complete continuum of training delivery services they support.
• Use Kubernetes to support multi-tenancy
options—self-paced eLearning, custom The workshop is of particular benefit to:
education consulting, traditional
and a multi-data center control place as an
classroom, video on-demand instruction, alpha feature
• Application Developers
live virtual instructor-led with hands-on
• Leverage the same open-source Kubernetes
lab, dedicated onsite training • Operations Developers
technology that has been adopted by
•• Simplified purchase option with
HPE Training Credits
• IT Directors & Managers Walmart, Pokemon Go, Ebay, Red Hat’s
Openshift, and other high profile early
• Development Managers
adopters
• Site Reliability Engineers
• Automate many traditional operational tasks
• Teams practicing DevOps such as load balancing, high availability,
resource utilization, etc
• CTOs
• Deliver software and IT services as smaller,
Course objectives faster and more adaptive components of
your overall architecture
• Enable the ability to use the same APIs for all
your private and public data centers • Take major steps towards implementing
*Realize Technology Value with Training, IDC microservices in a pragmatic, real-world
Infographic 2037, Sponsored by HPE, October 2017 • Use Kubernetes as a tool to offer “container- fashion
as-a-service” capabilities to their teams
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Detailed course outline


Module 1: Prerequisites – Kubernetes •• Containers •• Gaps using containers in production
Foundations
•• Linux Kernel features •• Microservices
•• Container user experience •• DevOps
•• New container capabilities

Module 2: Core Concepts of Kubernetes •• Cluster orchestration •• Benefits


•• Looking at K8S origination at Google •• Design principles
•• Open source

Module 3: Navigating Kubernetes Architecture •• Master/Node •• Persistent volumes


•• Kubectl •• Etcd
•• Replication controller •• High availability
•• Kubelet
•• Kube-Proxy

Module 4: Using Kubernetes Features •• Pods •• Namespaces


•• Labels •• Resource quota
•• Services

Module 5: Security and Kubernetes •• Goals •• Policies


•• Roles •• Service Accounts
•• Attribute based access control •• Secrets

Module 6: Networking and Kubernetes •• Docker networking •• IP per Pod


•• Kubernetes networking •• Inter Pod communication
•• Pod to Pod •• Intra Pod communication
•• Exposing services

Module 7: Cluster Add-ons •• Cluster DNS •• cAdvisor


•• Logging with Elasticsearch and Fluentd •• InfluxDB
•• Container level monitoring •• Prometheus

Module 8: Practical Kubernetes Examples •• Hello World •• 3 Tier App


•• Wordpress •• Http/Https load balancing
•• Guestbook

Module 9: Continuous Integration with •• Canary release •• Rolling update


Kubernetes
•• Blue green deployment •• Jenkins plugin
•• A/B Testing

Module 10: Roadmap/Beta •• Ingress •• Jobs


•• Deployments •• DaemonSets
•• Autoscaling •• Network plugins
•• DNS

Module 11: Class conclusion – Implementation, •• Discussion: What can you apply? •• Expert Q&A
Q&A, Next Steps
•• How can Kubernetes help your situation?
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