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Adding Resiliency to Google Cloud Container Engine Clusters

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Course Introduction
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Introduction2m 17s
Adding Resiliency to Google Cloud Container Engine Clusters (GKE)
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Resiliency Defined2m 43s
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Cluster Management17m 34s
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Scalability15m 59s
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Container Operations15m 45s
Course Summary
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Summary57s
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DifficultyIntermediate
Duration55m 15s
Students73

Description

Course Description:

Resiliency should be a key component of any production system. GKE provides numerous features focused on adding resiliency to your deployed containerized applications and services, allowing them to efficiently and reliably serve your applications and services.

Intended audience:

This course is for developers or operations engineers looking to expand their knowledge of GKE beyond the basics and start deploying resilient production quality containerized applications and services.

Prerequisites:

Viewers should have a good working knowledge of creating GKE container clusters and deploying images to those clusters.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the core concepts that make up resiliency.
  • Maintain availability when updating a cluster.
  • Create an existing cluster scalable.
  • Monitor running clusters and their nodes.

This Course Includes:

  • 60 minutes of high-definition video
  • Hands on demos

What You'll Learn:

  • Course Intro: What to expect from this course
  • Resiliency Defined: The key components of resiliency.
  • Cluster Management: In this lesson we’ll cover Rolling Updates, Resizing a Cluster, and Multi-zone Clusters.
  • Scalability: The topics covered in this lesson include, Load Balancing Traffic and Autoscaling a Cluster.
  • Container Operations: In this lesson we’ll demo Stackdriver montitoring and take a look at the Kubernetes dashboard.
  • Summary: A wrap-up and summary of what we’ve learned in this course.

About the Author

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Steve is a consulting technology leader for Slalom Atlanta, a Microsoft Regional Director, and a Google Certified Cloud Architect. His focus for the past 5+ years has been IT modernization and cloud adoption with implementations across Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, AWS, and numerous hybrid/private cloud platforms. Outside of work, Steve is an avid outdoorsman spending as much time as possible outside hiking, hunting, and fishing with his family of five.

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ComputeGoogle Cloud PlatformCompute for GoogleContainer Engine