CP306A: Gestión de contenedores Docker con GKE y Kubernetes

Description

This 1 day instructor­ led class introduces participants to Google Container Engine (GKE) and Kubernetes. Through a combination of instructor­ led presentations, demonstrations, and hands- on labs, students learn the key concepts and practices for deploying and maintaining applications using Google Container Engine.

This class is intended for solutions developers, systems operations professionals, solution architects, and development operations professionals who develop, migrate, and deploy container­ based applications on Google Cloud Platform (GCP).

Before attending this course, participants should have:

● Attended CP100A ­ Google Cloud Platform Fundamentals (or equivalent experience)

● Basic proficiency with command­line tools and linux operating system environments

● Prior systems operations or development operations experience, either on­premises or

in a public cloud environment

● Familiarity with containers and container­based technologies such as Docker

Objectives

At the end of this one­ day course, participants will be able to:

● Identify the purpose of and use cases for Google Container Engine and Kubernetes

● Explain the function of the container cluster components: pods, labels, replication controllers, and services

● Identify the purpose of and use cases for Google Container Registry

● Create a Docker image and send it to the Google Container Registry

● Explain the function of the cluster components: the master instance and cluster nodes

● Use the Cloud Platform Console to create a container cluster

● Use the Google Cloud SDK command­ line tools and the kube ctl command­ line utility to interact with container clusters

● Define a pod using a JSON template

● Deploy the pod to a Container Engine cluster

● Create a Container Engine cluster to host a dynamically scaled group of Redis instances

● Complete a configuration file which defines a replication controller and the pod configuration that it manages

● After creating a replication controller and pods, rescale the group

● Deploy a container­ based application using YAML files that define services, replication controllers, pods, and so on

● Define firewall rules and load balancers to expose a service for a container­ based application

Modules

Module 1: Introduction to Google Container Engine

Learning Objectives

● Identify the purpose of and use cases for Google Container Engine and Kubernetes

● Explain the function of the container cluster components: pods, labels, replication controllers, and services

● Identify the purpose of and use cases for Google Container Registry

Lab, Part I: Sign Up for the Free Trial and Create a Project

Learning objectives

● Register for the GCP free trial

● Create a project using the Cloud Platform Console

Lab, Part II: Create a Compute Engine Labs Instance

● Create a Linux­ based Compute Engine VM instance

● Configure the Cloud SDK on the instance

Lab, Part III: Create a Docker Image and Send It to the Registry

● Create a Docker image and send it to the Google Container Registry

Module 2: Google Container Engine Fundamentals

Learning Objectives

● Explain the function of the cluster components: the master instance and cluster nodes

Lab: Create a Container Cluster

Learning objectives

● Use the Cloud Platform Console to create a container cluster

Module 3: Interacting with Google Container Engine

Learning Objectives

● Describe the various methods used to interact with a container cluster

Lab: Working with Container Engine clusters using the Cloud SDK and kube ctl

Learning objectives

● Use the Google Cloud SDK command­ line tools and the kube ctl command­ line utility to interact with container clusters

Module 4: Container Clusters

Learning Objectives

● Describe the high­ level container cluster infrastructure

● Identify the components of a container cluster node

Module 5: Pods

Learning Objectives

● Describe the purpose of a pod and how to work with pods

Lab: Define and Deploy a Pod

Learning objectives

● Define a pod using a JSON template

● Deploy the pod to a Container Engine cluster

Module 6: Replication Controllers

Learning Objectives

● Describe the purpose of a replication controller and how to work with replication controllers

Lab: Replication Controllers

Learning objectives

● Create a Container Engine cluster to host a dynamically scaled group of Redis instances

● Complete a configuration file which defines a replication controller and the pod configuration that it manages

● After you creating the replication controller and its pods, rescale the group

Module 7: Services

Learning Objectives

● Describe the purpose of a service and how to work with services

Lab: Deploy an Application

Learning objectives

● Deploy a container­ based application using YAML files that define services, replication controllers, pods, and so on

● Define firewall rules and load balancers to expose a service for a container­ based application

Trainer

Javier Ramírez, Google Developer Expert and Google Authorized Trainer

Created 1 year ago by Extrema Sistemas