Hands-on with Kubernetes – from basic to advanced features
Today’s technology is moving fast towards using containers and managing a fleet of containers. This session will give hands-on experience with creating containers using Docker and deploy a fleet of containerized Java microservices into Kuberenetes. You’ll get to: – Build a Java microservice – Build Docker container – Deploy the container into a private container registry – Deploy a fleet of containerized microservices – Learn service discovery – Perform rolling update, canary, and roll backs.
In addition, we will also explore advanced features such as: – Secret – securely give your application the credentials and configurations – Daemon set – run the same workload across all of the cluster nodes – Persistent volume / claims – store persistent data using volume mounts in the pods – Health checks – check to see if your application is alive and ready to serve traffic – autoscaling – automatic horizontal pod scaling using CPU utilization metric.
The conference will be in English.