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Kubernetes for developers

Learn how to deploy, manage and scale dockerized apps in Kubernetes
Instructor:
Houssem Dellai
6,900 students enrolled
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You will be able to deploy, manage and scale your apps in Kubernetes.
You will be able to deploy your apps on Azure AKS.
You will be able to create and deploy Deployment, Service, ConfigMap, Secret
You will be able to deploy and connect a web app (ASP NET Core) with a database (SQL Server).

This goal of this course is to get you started with Kubernetes. Through a practical workshop, you’ll learn how to dockerize an app, deploy it to Kubernetes cluster and apply DevOps into it.

Agenda:

  1. Create ASP.NET Core MVC app

  2. Add Model and Controller for Products

  3. Demo of the MVC app.cmproj

  4. Demo of the MVC app

  5. Explaining Dockerfile

  6. Build Docker Container for MVC app

  7. Push Docker container to Docker Hub

  8. Overview on setting up Kubernetes

  9. Deploy Docker container into Kubernetes using Dashboard

  10. Deploy Docker container using YAML and kubectl

  11. Create and deploy a Service

  12. Create and deploy MSSQL

  13. Connect web app to DB in Kubernetes using ENV

  14. Create PersistentVolume

  15. ConfigMap

  16. Secret

  17. Create AKS cluster

  18. Connect to AKS Dashboard and kubectl

  19. StorageClass to create an Azure Disk

  20. Using LoadBalancer instead of NodePort

  21. Deploy PVC to Azure AKS

  22. Deploy Secret to Azure AKS

  23. Deploy Sql Server container to Azure AKS

  24. Deploy the mvc app to Azure AKS

  25. Running the app on AKS

  26. Publish project to Github

  27. Create the CI pipeline using Azure DevOps

  28. Create the CD pipeline

  29. Edit the pipeline to use the newest container

  30. Run the CI-CD pipeline

Creating the demo app

1
Create the MVC app using Visual Studio
2
Add model and controller for Products
3
Demo for the MVC app

Creating the Docker containers for the app

1
Explaining Dockerfile
2
Build Docker Container for MVC app
3
Push Docker container to Docker Hub

Kubernetes on minikube

1
Overview on setting up Kubernetes
2
Deploy Docker container into Kubernetes using Dashboard
3
Create and deploy a Deployment object
4
Create and deploy a Service
5
Create and deploy MSSQL on Docker container to k8s
6
Connect web app to DB in Kubernetes using ENV
7
Create PersistentVolume
8
Create ConfigMap
9
Create Secret

Moving to Azure AKS

1
Create AKS cluster
2
Connect to AKS Dashboard and kubectl
3
StorageClass to create an Azure Disk
4
Using LoadBalancer instead of NodePort
5
Deploy PVC to Azure AKS
6
Deploy Secret to Azure AKS
7
Deploy Sql Server container to Azure AKS
8
Deploy the mvc app to Azure AKS
9
Running the app on AKS

DevOps for Kubernetes using Azure DevOps

1
Publish project to Github
2
CI pipeline: Build and Push container
3
CI pipeline: Copy and Publish yaml files
4
CI pipeline: Replace container Tag
5
CD pipeline: Deploy to Kubernetes from Azure DevOps
6
CD pipeline: Kubectl apply for each file
7
Run CI-CD pipelines

Deploy using Helm

1
Introduction to Helm
2
Create and deploy Helm package
3
Deploy Helm from CI/CD pipelines
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