Kubernetes advanced

4 days (28 hours)

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9 Juillet 2020

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Course overview

This course is intended for experts wishing to implement and master Kubernetes production clusters, as well as anyone wishing to understand how Kubernetes is architectured, installed and maintained. Deployment of highly secure applications on Kubernetes is also detailed, this training is intended for both system engineers wishing to set up secure, efficient and highly available Kubernetes clusters as well as for developers and developers wishing to deploy their applications quickly and simply. This course will introduce you to the latest version of Kubernetes.

Learning outcomes

This course teaches participants the following skills:

  • Understand how to use Kubernetes.
  • Discover the internal architecture of Kubernetes
  • Understand the main advanced components of Kubernetes
  • Know how to install and manage Kubernetes in production.
  • Secure the Kubernetes cluster and application pods
  • Master the operation of Kubernetes virtual networks
  • Optimizing the monitoring of the Kubernetes cluster
  • Extend and customize the workings of Kubernetes


To get the most out of this course, participants should have:

Basic knowledge of a Unix system and how containers work.

Target audience

This course is intended for the following participants:

Developers, Architects, System Administrators, DevOps

Course Outline

  2. Container orchestration and ub Kubernetes API
  3. Basic objects: Pods, ReplicaSets and Services
  4. Organization of your cluster with namespaces, labels and annotations
  5. Advanced concepts: Deployments, ingress and StatefulSets
  6. Batch engine: Job and ScheduledJob
  7. Cluster agents and utilities: DaemonSets


  9. Concepts

  10. Declarative configuration

  11. Implicit or dynamic grouping

  12. Unix philosophy of many components

  13. API-driven interactions

  14. Main node and work node components

  15. Management and internal operation of the API server

  16. Description of the Kubernetes scheduler, predicates and priorities

  17. Planning control with Labels and Affinity

  18. NodeSelector, NodeAffinity, Taints and Tolerations


  20. Configuration of kubeadm

  21. Installation of the “Control Plane”

  22. Installation of work nodes

  23. The phases

  24. High availability - Automation of upgrades


  26. Authentication

  27. Configuration of the Kubeconfig file

  28. ServiceAccounts Management

  29. Authorizations

  30. RBAC: Role and ClusterRole, RoleBinding and ClusterRoleBinding

  31. Admission control

  32. PodSecurityPolicies, ResourceQuota and LimitRange

  33. Management of admission controllers


  35. Choosing a network plug-in

  36. Kube-proxy: advanced virtual network operation

  37. Service discovery

  38. Service mesh


  40. Monitoring objectives, differences between logging and monitoring

  41. Build a monitoring software stack

  42. Obtain data from your cluster and applications

  43. Aggregation of metrics and logs from multiple sources

  44. Data storage for retrieval and query

  45. Visualize and interact with your data

  46. OPTIONAL (1 day)

  47. Overview of Kubernetes extension methods

  48. The Daemons Clusters

  49. The Cluster Assistants

  50. API server lifecycle extension

  51. Add custom APIs to Kubernetes: CustomResourceDefinitions

  52. Create operators with the operator-framework

€2440 ex. VAT

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Kubernetes Administration (LFS458)
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