When it comes to learning I believe in a balanced approach of theory and practice. Throughout the series, along with fundamental theoretical knowledge, you will have plenty of examples and hands-on exercises that allow you to try out what they have learned in a practical setting.
For the “hands-on” part, you will need a cluster to work on: You will need a Kubernetes cluster, And you will need a Container Registry. Let’s start with picking up a cluster.
In this series, I will assume nothing and build a knowledge base bit by bit that will help whether you are just beginning to learn Kubernetes or you are a seasoned Kubernetes expert. We do not call this site Zero to Hero for nothing, do we 😉?
This article will look at what SPIFFE and SPIRE are. Then, we’ll explore why managing identities and Trust at scale is a tough challenge and how to solve it in a repeatable, scalable, and platform-agnostic way.
In this lecture, we’ll containerize and deploy a RESTful Go microservice to a Kubernetes cluster. We’ll also learn about some important building blocks of our cluster such as Deployments, Services, ConfigMaps, Secrets, Ingresses, and the like.
In this article, we’ll provision a managed Kubernetes cluster on an AWS cloud, and we’ll also look into some of the alternatives.