Kubernetes Container – Containerizing Apps in the Cloud

This Kubernetes Container course is designed for novices who want a foundational knowledge of the open-source software specifically used in DevOps roles. You’ll gain knowledge on automating deployment, scaling operations, and tools managing containerized applications – all needed capabilities as this IT skill continues to be highly sought after!


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this course includes

1 Training Hours

34 On-demand Videos

Closed Captions

5 Topics

20 Prep Questions

Certificate of Completion

What you’ll


Course Overview


Basics of Kubernetes


Kubernetes Design and Architecture




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What You Will Learn in Our Kubernetes Container Course

Discover the world of Kubernetes containers through our detailed online course. You’ll delve into the essentials of automating deployment and managing Kubernetes containers, scaling operations in the Kubernetes environment. Ideal for IT and DevOps professionals, this Kubernetes course teaches you everything about Kubernetes clusters and pods.



Course Overview

Course Overview
Course PreReqs

Basics of Kubernetes

Basics of Kubernetes
What is Kubernetes
Business Value of Kubernetes
What is a Container
What is Docker
Kubernetes History
Kuberntes Terminology
Kubernetes Components
Whiteboard - Kubernetes Overview

Kubernetes Design and Architecture

 Kubernetes Design and Architecture
Kubernetes Design Fundamentals
Whiteboard - Kubernetes Architecture
Deployment - Nodes, Pods, and Clusters
Demo - Install Kubectl
Demo - Kubernetes Commands
Demo - Kubernetes Commands


Options for Deployment
Deploying a Containerized Application
What is Minikube
Demo - Deploy MiniKube
Demo - Deploy Cluster Deployment
Demo - Deploy Services
Demo - Manage Application

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Course Review
Kubernetes Certifications
Additional Resources
Kubernetes Job Outlook
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IBT Training's DevOps course provided a comprehensive and insightful learning experience with valuable hands-on exercises. While the internship placement was beneficial, additional guidance could enhance the overall transition. Overall, IBT Training lays a solid foundation for entering the DevOps field.

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Your Questions, Answered

What is the business value of Kubernetes, and how does this course help me understand it?

This course delves into the business value of Kubernetes, explaining how it can streamline deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. Understanding this can be crucial for both developers and organizations.

Can I learn Kubernetes architecture and design fundamentals in this course?

Yes, Module 3 of the course is dedicated to Kubernetes design and architecture. It includes a whiteboard session that visually explains the architecture, helping you understand the deployment of nodes, pods, and clusters.

Does this course prepare me for any Kubernetes certifications, such as Certified Kubernetes Administrator?

While the primary focus is on containerizing applications using Kubernetes, the course does touch upon aspects that could be beneficial if you’re considering a Kubernetes certification like the Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA).

What are the options for Kubernetes deployment covered in this course?

The course covers various deployment options, including deploying a containerized application and using Minikube for local deployments. You’ll get hands-on experience through demos that guide you through different deployment scenarios.

What kind of hands-on Kubernetes training can I expect?

The course includes several demos that provide hands-on experience. You’ll learn how to install kubectl, deploy Minikube, manage Kubernetes pods, and execute various Kubernetes commands, among other tasks.