Certified Kubernetes Administrator Exam Training
Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) Training gives you a solid foundation for the Certified Kubernetes Administrator exam by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF).
This CKA Training course is designed in reference with CNCF’s Certified Kubernetes Administrator Exam. This course will give you an in-depth understanding of various aspects of the Exam such as Kubernetes Core Concepts, Kubernetes Networking, Pod Scheduling, Logging, Monitoring, Cluster Security, and Troubleshooting.
The course also provides you with a set of MCQs, demos, and an Exam-level Industry-grade project, which will help you prepare for the CKA Exam.
Docker revolutionized the IT industry with the introduction of their Portable Lightweight Container Engine. More than 30% of the organizations in the IT industry have already adopted Docker, and the adoption rate is increasing by 40% every year. Over 50% of these environments are orchestrated.
Kubernetes is the biggest player in the Container Orchestration world. Tools such as Docker Swarm and Mesos, which have been competitors of Kubernetes in the Container Orchestration market, have added support for Kubernetes within their ecosystems.
After the completion of the Certified Kubernetes Administrator Training at Edureka, you will be able to:
- Understand Kubernetes Core Concepts
- Deploy a Kubernetes cluster
- Secure cluster objects using TLS Certificates
- Leverage Kubernetes Networking Concepts
- Deploy Services and Load Balancers to route traffic
- Implement different Pod Scheduling techniques
- Use various Controllers to manage your applications
- Create and use Persistent Storage for your applications
- Secure your cluster against unauthorized access
- Monitor and log your cluster events
- Troubleshoot application and cluster failures
- Kubernetes Core Concepts and Networking
- Kubernetes Services and Scheduling
- Kubernetes Controllers
- Persistent Storage in Kubernetes
- Securing the Cluster
- Logging and Monitoring the Cluster
- Troubleshooting the Cluster