Kubernetes 101

A YouTube streaming series on Kubernetes and container-based infrastructure by Jeff Geerling.

  • Episode 2: Containers

    Episode 2 of Kubernetes 101 is here! The episode was streamed live on November 25, 2020, but you can view the video on-demand, free forever—just click the image below:

    Topics Covered in this Episode

    • Why does Kubernetes use containers?
    • How do you build a container?
    • Build a simple Go app
    • Run the Go app directly
    • Run the Go app in a container
    • Push the Go app to an image registry

    Examples from this Episode

    Check out the Instructions for ‘Hello Go’ app and Build the ‘Hello Go’ Docker container image if you want to follow along with the list of commands Jeff ran during the video!

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    All the episodes are being live streamed on Wednesdays on Jeff Geerling’s YouTube channel—subscribe so you don’t miss it!

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  • Episode 1: Hello, Kubernetes!

    Episode 1 of Kubernetes 101 is here! The episode was streamed live on November 18, 2020, but you can view the video on-demand, free forever—just click the image below:

    Topics Covered in this Episode

    • History of clustered computing.
    • Kubernetes origins and the CNCF
    • Different ways you can try Kubernetes (Minikube, KinD, K3s, etc.)
    • Building our first Kubernetes cluster with Minikube
    • Where to go for help and the Kubernetes Community

    Examples from this Episode

    Check out the Instructions for Minikube if you want to follow along with the list of commands Jeff ran during the video!

    Don’t miss out!

    All the episodes are being live streamed on Wednesdays on Jeff Geerling’s YouTube channel—subscribe so you don’t miss it!

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  • Kubernetes 101 Episode List

    Click on an episode title to go to its web page with more information about the episode. Click on the links to watch the episode on YouTube or view and run examples from the episode.

    # Air Date Title Links
    1 Nov 18, 2020 Hello, Kubernetes! Video, Examples
    2 Nov 25, 2020 Containers Video, Examples
    3 Dec 2, 2020 Deploying Apps TBD
    4 Dec 9, 2020 Real-world apps TBD
    5 Dec 16, 2020 Scaling a Drupal Deployment TBD
    6 Jan 6, 2021 Hello, Operator! TBD
    7 Jan 13, 2021 Kube, Meet Pi TBD
    8 Jan 20, 2021 TBD TBD
    9 Jan 27, 2021 TBD TBD
    10 Feb 3, 2021 TBD TBD

    View all the episodes in the Kubernetes 101 Playlist on YouTube.

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  • Kubernetes 101 Livestream series starts Nov 18!

    Kubernetes 101 is a new educational video series by Jeff Geerling, and the first live episode will premiere on YouTube on November 18, 2020 at 11 a.m. US Eastern!

    Kubernetes 101 Livestream Series Sponsored by Amazee.io

    Jeff Geerling is the author of bestselling book Ansible for DevOps, and streamed a very popular Ansible 101 series earlier this year on his YouTube channel. Jeff is also writing Ansible for Kubernetes, and has maintained a Raspberry Pi Kubernetes cluster for many years, the Raspberry Pi Dramble.

    This series will cover all the basics of Kubernetes and cloud-native infrastructure, and will demonstrate how to manage containers, clusters, and applications running inside those clusters.

    Don’t miss out!

    Make sure to subscribe to Jeff Geerling’s YouTube channel and enable notifications so you don’t miss out:

    1. Visit Jeff Geerling’s YouTube channel
    2. Click the ‘Subscribe’ button.
    3. Click the bell to set up notifications when new streams are live.

    The first episode, “Hello, Kubernetes!” will air on November 18, 2020 starting at 11 a.m. US Eastern (see it in your timezone).

    All episodes will be recorded and available on-demand immediately following the live stream.

    Who is it for?

    This series is meant for complete beginners to Kubernetes and cloud-native deployment. If you’ve dabbled in Docker, or even if you’ve never used it before, you will learn a lot about containers, Kubernetes, and cloud-native computing.

    Even if you have already used a managed Kubernetes service before, learn more about how everything works under the hood through this free series on YouTube!

    Episodes

    The full list of episodes will be posted soon!

    Special thanks

    Special thanks to amazee.io​ for sponsoring this series. amazee.io is a global Managed Service Provider delivering secure, enterprise-grade container hosting, leveraging the open source application delivery platform Lagoon – purposely built for Kubernetes-based modern cloud environments.

    They empower large-scale organizations with better deployment processes, the freedom of local development, a flexible container-based hosting platform that can be located anywhere in the world, and 24/7 white-glove support and services.

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