Kubernetes for Beginners - Docker Introduction

Published on Jun 9, 2018 240,375 views


Video from Course on Kubernetes for the Absolute Beginners

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Learning Kubernetes is essential for any DevOps professional. DevOps engineers are always in demand. Currently the average Silicon Valley salary for a DevOps engineer is 20% higher than what a software engineer makes.

DevOps engineers make an average of $140,000 to $200,000 annually. And One of the most in-demand skills is Kubernetes Deployment.

Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. It was originally designed by Google and is now maintained by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.
Kubernetes is at the cutting-edge of application deployment. The best way to kick-start your DevOps career is by learning how to effectively deploy Kubernetes.

This course is for absolute Kubernetes beginners. With zero knowledge about Kubernetes, once you take this course and complete all of the hands-on coding exercises, you will be ready to deploy your own applications on a Kubernetes platform.

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You will start your journey as a beginner and go through 10 simple, step-by-step lectures. Each lecture and demo is designed to give you the time to fully grasp all of the concepts. The most important part of the course is the series of hands-on coding exercises that accompany each major concept.

But, lectures alone won’t give you the skills you need to make it as a DevOps engineer. In this course, you will learn by doing. Each exercise will help you make sure you have truly mastered the concepts and will help have the confidence to apply your Kubernetes knowledge in real-world situations.

"Perfect Kubernetes 101. Enough to understand the topic and know how to proceed further." - Student Testimonial

You will be developing your own services using Kubernetes configuration files for different use cases right in your browser. The coding exercises will validate your commands to make sure you have written them correctly.

After you have completed the lectures and coding exercises you will have the opportunity to complete a series of assignments that put your new skills to the test. You will be given a challenge to solve using the Kubernetes skills you have learned.

This will give you real-world experience and the chance to work with other students in the community. You will develop a Kubernetes deployment and get feedback for your work.

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  • At
    At 5 months ago one of the best quick intro i cam across, many thanks Mumshad!
  • akshay gupta
    akshay gupta 2 weeks ago Hi All, It is one of the best video I have seen on Docker for beginners, unfortunately heading is of kubernetes but I learnt about docker very well. Hoping to get more videos with use cases for the same. Thanks buddy :) keep it up...
  • Sergei Leshchinsky
    Sergei Leshchinsky 6 days ago Video title misleading. Single sentence about kubernetes...
  • Shubham Mishra
    Shubham Mishra 4 days ago one of the best intro to docker and containers, thanks a lot mumshad.You saved a lot of time
  • Mary Grace Galo
    Mary Grace Galo 2 months ago (edited) For someone who’s new to learning containers, this is one of the best videos. :) Simple and easy to understand. 👍🏻
  • 青雲
    青雲 4 months ago Best Explained ever than the official and another videos! Also, those graphics are really helpful, and the easy but awesome animations!
  • jnnjnj
    jnnjnj 6 months ago Thanks. One question: 1) If I start three web applications from same different images, how the BIns/LIB will be shared among containers? 2) What if my node is in another physical machine, then even my WebApps is being created from same image, How Bins/LIB will be shared among container? Thanks
  • arun p
    arun p 7 months ago Awesome! Nicely explained! I don't understand how people can mark dislike for videos like this... Really Sad...
  • Jerome M
    Jerome M 3 weeks ago Those are competitive youtubers..
  • 12B
    12B 4 months ago arun p, I've come to the conclusion that even if someone posted the secret to peace in the world there would be some thumbs down ...
  • Thosi Fernandas
    Thosi Fernandas 2 months ago I was searching answer who can explain , you did it. Thank you. Lovely. This saves lot of times for technical mergers
  • rohit sharma
    rohit sharma 7 months ago One of the best video for Docker and Kubernetes, in depth. Thank you~
  • Sean Spicer
    Sean Spicer 6 months ago this is actually good on multiple levels. abstraction of info, public speaking ability, defining based of relationship to related tech, repeated demonstration of teleportation tech, etc... 👍
  • JM Computer & Network Repair
    JM Computer & Network Repair 3 months ago Thank you for this excellent video it’s been very helpful to me
  • Maricris Bonzo
    Maricris Bonzo 7 months ago Just enrolled in your course; I look forward to learning more from you!
  • Danu Purnomo
    Danu Purnomo 3 weeks ago This is one of the best introduction video about Kubernetes. Awesome !!
  • Mani Kalra
    Mani Kalra 3 months ago one of the best video on containerization, I saw so far !!
  • Philippe Conway
    Philippe Conway 3 weeks ago Finally wrapped my head around Kubernetes and Containers thanks to this video. Thank you for taking your time to make this video!
  • Maricris Bonzo
    Maricris Bonzo 7 months ago Though I wish you had a Twitter account or some kind of social media handle!
  • twach
    twach 2 months ago this is a really well put together video, thank you!
  • Robert Edmondson
    Robert Edmondson 3 months ago Exceptional! Finally someone who can explain this in no nonsense terms and explaining "why" Docker is important, not just "what" it is!
  • sanghu rocks
    sanghu rocks 1 month ago What a demo man ,keep it up and make some realtime devops proj