As Containers and containerized deployments became mainstream in application development, Kubernetes has emerged as the leading orchestration and management platform for on-prem and cloud environments. However, Kubernetes features many nuanced security parameters that could be exploited if configured insecurely. Moreover, it’s a notoriously complex platform to deploy and maintain apps on, particularly for those unfamiliar with the fundamentals of Kubernetes. With this in mind, we’re going to take a deep dive into the Kubernetes architecture and its components.
In this course on the basics of Kubernetes, we start with understanding the architecture itself, as well as multiple components involved in running a Kubernetes cluster. We even go over the various deployment patterns before we create our very own Kubernetes cluster from scratch! Kubernetes 101 heavily emphasizes practical learning by giving you opportunities to use our live labs and actually implement everything we talk about in our videos.
All our material is backed by years of security testing experience, knowledge, and original research consolidated by our entire team. After completing this course, you’ll be able to directly implement what you’ve learned in a real-world development environment using your deeper understanding of Kubernetes as a technology.
An Overview of Kubernetes Clusters