Kubernetes for Full-Stack Developers (Jamon Camisso, et al.)

 
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Kubernetes for Full-Stack Developers (Jamon Camisso, et al.)

Both newbies and seasoned users can learn about Kubernetes from this book. The book's chapters aim to explain fundamental Kubernetes ideas and develop them to the point where deploying an application to a production cluster is a routine, repeatable, and automated procedure.

After that, more complex subjects are covered, such as how to administer a Kubernetes cluster itself.

There are several tools, networking setups, and procedures that can make Kubernetes easier to use. So that readers may create, operate, and monitor a Kubernetes cluster independently, this book will cover each subject in turn.

  • Learning Kubernetes core concepts
  • Modernizing applications to work with containers
  • Containerizing applications
  • Deploying applications to Kubernetes
  • Managing cluster operations

Ebook Details

Publisher
Published
Published Date / Year
(2020-01); eBook (Creative Commons Licensed)
License(s)
CC BY-NC-SA 4.0
eBook Format
PDF (637 pages) and ePub
Language
English
ISBN-13
978-0-9997730-3-1

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