Beginning Kubernetes on the Google Cloud Platform

by Ernesto Garbarino | 29 November 2019
Category: Computer Hardware
Use this beginner's guide to understand and work with Kubernetes on the Google Cloud Platform and go from single monolithic Pods (the smallest unit deployed and managed by Kubernetes) all the way up to distributed, fault-tolerant stateful backing stores. You need only a familiarity with Linux, Bash, and Python to successfully use this book. Proficiency in Docker or cloud technology is not required. You will follow a learn-by-doing approach, running small experiments and observing the effects. Google open sourced Kubernetes in 2015 and now it is the industry standard in container orchestration. It has been adopted by all leading vendors of cloud, on-prem, and hybrid infrastructure services: Microsoft (Azure AKS), Amazon (AWS EKS), IBM (IBM Cloud Kubernetes Services), Alibaba Cloud (ACK), RedHat (OpenShift), and Pivotal (PKS). Even though Kubernetes is offered by all of the market-leading cloud providers, the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) offers an integrated shell (Google Cloud Shell) and a $300 credit to get started, which makes it the ideal platform to not only learn Kubernetes but also to implement final production workloads. What You Will Learn Set up a Kubernetes cluster in GCPDeploy simple Docker images using monolithic PodsArrange highly available and highly scalable applications using DeploymentsAchieve zero-downtime deployments using the Service controllerExternalize configuration using ConfigMaps and SecretsSet up batch processes and recurrent tasks using Jobs and CronJobsInstall horizontal (sidecar pattern) services using DaemonSetsImplement distributed, stateful backing stores using StatefulSets Who This Book Is For Beginners with basic Linux admin and scripting skills (Bash and Python). Proficiency with Docker is not required as all examples in the book use off-the-shelf public images from Docker Hub.
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Use this beginner's guide to understand and work with Kubernetes on the Google Cloud Platform and go from single monolithic Pods (the smallest unit deployed and managed by Kubernetes) all the way up to distributed, fault-tolerant stateful backing stores. You need only a familiarity with Linux, Bash, and Python to successfully use this book. Proficiency in Docker or cloud technology is not required. You will follow a learn-by-doing approach, running small experiments and observing the effects. Google open sourced Kubernetes in 2015 and now it is the industry standard in container orchestration. It has been adopted by all leading vendors of cloud, on-prem, and hybrid infrastructure services: Microsoft (Azure AKS), Amazon (AWS EKS), IBM (IBM Cloud Kubernetes Services), Alibaba Cloud (ACK), RedHat (OpenShift), and Pivotal (PKS). Even though Kubernetes is offered by all of the market-leading cloud providers, the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) offers an integrated shell (Google Cloud Shell) and a $300 credit to get started, which makes it the ideal platform to not only learn Kubernetes but also to implement final production workloads. What You Will Learn Set up a Kubernetes cluster in GCPDeploy simple Docker images using monolithic PodsArrange highly available and highly scalable applications using DeploymentsAchieve zero-downtime deployments using the Service controllerExternalize configuration using ConfigMaps and SecretsSet up batch processes and recurrent tasks using Jobs and CronJobsInstall horizontal (sidecar pattern) services using DaemonSetsImplement distributed, stateful backing stores using StatefulSets Who This Book Is For Beginners with basic Linux admin and scripting skills (Bash and Python). Proficiency with Docker is not required as all examples in the book use off-the-shelf public images from Docker Hub.
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Use this beginner's guide to understand and work with Kubernetes on the Google Cloud Platform and go from single monolithic Pods (the smallest unit deployed and managed by Kubernetes) all the way up to distributed, fault-tolerant stateful backing stores. You need only a familiarity with Linux, Bash, and Python to successfully use this book. Proficiency in Docker or cloud technology is not required. You will follow a learn-by-doing approach, running small experiments and observing the effects. Google open sourced Kubernetes in 2015 and now it is the industry standard in container orchestration. It has been adopted by all leading vendors of cloud, on-prem, and hybrid infrastructure services: Microsoft (Azure AKS), Amazon (AWS EKS), IBM (IBM Cloud Kubernetes Services), Alibaba Cloud (ACK), RedHat (OpenShift), and Pivotal (PKS). Even though Kubernetes is offered by all of the market-leading cloud providers, the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) offers an integrated shell (Google Cloud Shell) and a $300 credit to get started, which makes it the ideal platform to not only learn Kubernetes but also to implement final production workloads. What You Will Learn Set up a Kubernetes cluster in GCPDeploy simple Docker images using monolithic PodsArrange highly available and highly scalable applications using DeploymentsAchieve zero-downtime deployments using the Service controllerExternalize configuration using ConfigMaps and SecretsSet up batch processes and recurrent tasks using Jobs and CronJobsInstall horizontal (sidecar pattern) services using DaemonSetsImplement distributed, stateful backing stores using StatefulSets Who This Book Is For Beginners with basic Linux admin and scripting skills (Bash and Python). Proficiency with Docker is not required as all examples in the book use off-the-shelf public images from Docker Hub.

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Beginning Kubernetes on the Google Cloud Platform

ISBN9781484254905

Format

Publisher (29 November. 2019)

No. of Pages324

Weight516

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 235 x 155 x 15