Agnes has just passed the LFCS Exam, and she wants to master Kubernetes next. Please give her a list of 5 objectives to focus on mastering within the next month.
Congratulations to Agnes for passing the LFCS exam! Here are five objectives she can focus on to master Kubernetes in the next month:
Understanding Kubernetes architecture: Start with understanding the architecture of Kubernetes, including its components such as the API server, etcd, kubelet, and kube-proxy. Learn how these components work together to manage containerized applications and how they interact with each other.
Deploying Kubernetes: Learn how to deploy a Kubernetes cluster using tools such as kubeadm or Kubernetes as a Service (KaaS) platforms like Amazon EKS, Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), or Microsoft Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). Practice deploying a cluster on different cloud providers and on-premises environments.
Deploying Applications: Learn how to deploy containerized applications on Kubernetes using different deployment methods such as Pods, ReplicaSets, Deployments, and StatefulSets. Understand how Kubernetes provides high availability and scalability for applications.
Managing Kubernetes: Learn how to manage a Kubernetes cluster using kubectl, the command-line interface for interacting with Kubernetes API. Understand how to inspect and manage the state of the cluster, troubleshoot issues, and upgrade the cluster to new versions.
Advanced topics: Learn about advanced topics such as Kubernetes networking, storage, security, and monitoring. Understand how Kubernetes integrates with other tools such as Istio for service mesh and Prometheus for monitoring.
Agnes can also practice using Kubernetes through online tutorials, courses, and hands-on labs to reinforce her knowledge and skills. Kubernetes documentation and community forums can also be a valuable resource for learning and troubleshooting.