Webinar: Hands on Kubernetes

I just finished a webinar series about Kubernetes, and I just wanted to thanks a couple of people to make this happen. First thanks goes to my wife since he supported me by looking at our kids on her own during this webinar moments in Sundays! Second, thank you Serhat Can and Cloud & Serverless Turkey team for preparing and publishing event series week by week to notify audience, this wouldn’t be real without your help…

You can see all the materials I have used during webinar here

1. Kubernetes Hands-On #1: Kubernetes Installation, The Hard Way

In this session, we talked about k8s theory and explained k8s core components. After a reasonable explanation, we installed k8s cluster by using long way.

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Video (🇹🇷)

2. Kubernetes Hands-On #2: What is deployment, pod and service?

In this session, I tried to explained what is the idea behind k8s resources.

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Video (🇹🇷)

3. Kubernetes Hands-On #3: Volume And Configuration Management

You have deployment and wanted to inject some config or data into it? Then, this session is just for you.

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Video (🇹🇷)

4. Kubernetes Hands-On #4: Kubernetes Ingress and Network Policies

In this session, we talked about how you manage traffic within kubernetes environment or traffic between your k8s environment and public world. You will learn how to expose your application to outside in real world examples.

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Video (🇹🇷)

5. Kubernetes Hands-On #5: RBAC and Secret Management

Like every other systems, you can mange roles and assign them to specific identities, groups in k8s. In this session, we did hands on examples, and also showed you how to create secrets to store some confidential data.

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Video (🇹🇷)

6. Kubernetes Hands-On #6: Kubernetes Rolling Update Explained

You have application in production and now you wanted to deploy new version? In this session you will see ow to deploy something, update it, even roll-forward or roll-back to specific revision.

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