Kubernetes for Developers (LFD259) + CKAD Exam Bundle
Skills Covered: Kubernetes, Kubernetes Architecture, Deployment Configuration, Security, Exposing Applications, Application Containerize, Application Host, Application Deploy, Application Configuration, Python Script, Applications in Kubernetes, Network Plugins, Cloud Storage, Troubleshooting
Exam: Kubernetes API primitives, Basic Pods, Configuration, Multi-Container Pods, Observability, Pod Design, Services & Networking, State Persistence
ABOUT THIS PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION
This course is designed for developers who want to learn how to create Kubernetes applications. Students should be comfortable using the Linux command line, as well as programming languages such as Python, Node.js, and Go, and have a basic knowledge of cloud native domain principles and architectures.
The subjects discussed are closely compatible with the Cloud Native Computing Foundation Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD) Program.
Access to a Linux server or Linux desktop/laptop is necessary to complete the lab exercises in this course. You’ll also need access to a public cloud service or VirtualBox installed on your desktop. The course includes detailed guidance for setting up your lab space.
You should be able to complete the lab activities using the free tier or credits offered by a cloud service such as GCP or AWS. However, you can be charged if you use more credits than the cloud provider originally assigned to you, or if the cloud provider’s terms and conditions change.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
You’ll learn how to containerize, host, deploy, and customise an application in a multi-node cluster in this course. You’ll describe application resources and use core primitives to construct, track, and troubleshoot scalable applications in Kubernetes, starting with a simple Python script. You’ll be exposed to all of the features used to instal an application in a production environment while you deal with network plugins, security, and cloud storage.
ABOUT CERTIFICATION EXAM
This qualification is intended for Kubernetes developers, cloud engineers, and other IT specialists who are responsible for developing, installing, and configuring Kubernetes-based cloud native applications.
The Linux Foundation and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) created CKAD to help extend the Kubernetes ecosystem by formal training and certification. This exam is a proctored online performance-based examination that consists of a series of performance-based tasks (problems) to be solved in a command line.
The K8 Application Developer can plan, build, customise, and expose Kubernetes cloud native applications. In Kubernetes, a CKAD can describe application resources and use core primitives to construct, track, and troubleshoot scalable applications and tools.
The exam suggests but does not measure knowledge of container runtimes and microservice architecture.
THE LINUX FOUNDATION CERTIFICATION VERIFICATION TOOL
Individuals who achieve Linux certification represent the best talent available and have the skills required to perform challenging real-world tasks under time constraints. This verification tool allows you to confirm the validity of the certification. Credentials can also be verified by potential employers to confirm competencies gained.
According to Payscale the average salary for a Kubernetes experts in the U.S. is $115.839 per year.
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