Follow along with Steven Perry as he introduces you to Kubernetes, the popular open source container orchestration system, and helps you get started using the technology in this engaging video tutorial.

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Steven Perry introduces you to Kubernetes, the popular open source container orchestration system, and helps you get started using the technology in this engaging video tutorial.

Topics covered include:

  • Overview of Kubernetes technology, including definining pods, nodes, clusters, desired states, and the like
  • Installation of the requisite software, including Docker, VirtualBox, Node.js, and Minikube
  • Working with a Kubernetes application by creating a containerized application
  • Deploying the application to Minikube
  • Managing the application with kubectl and the Kubernetes Dashboard Web UI

Resources for you

J Steven Perry has been a professional software developer since 1991 using a variety of languages, but his favorite is Java. He is the author of Java Management Extensions (O’Reilly) and has written numerous articles and tutorials as a developerWorks contributor since 2009. Steve is Principal Consultant for Makoto Consulting Group, Inc. in Little Rock, AR, USA.

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7 comments on"Introduction to Kubernetes"

  1. SrinivasaRao Gurram August 17, 2018

    https://brew.sh/ is a packager manager for mac os. Windows does’t require brew for windows.

  2. SrinivasaRao Gurram August 17, 2018

    //Content opf the js file
    // JS file is starting http service which will show the message on the browser.
    cat k8ddemo.js

  3. SrinivasaRao Gurram August 17, 2018

    // to run the node js , user nodek8ddemo.js

  4. SrinivasaRao Gurram August 17, 2018

    ****************************
    * Greetings from the DEMO! *
    ****************************

  5. SrinivasaRao Gurram August 17, 2018

    Hi J Steven Perry,

    I am trying to user this command in windows. How to go about in windows to setup the registry. This point is not clear. Can you elaborate it please?
    eval $(minikuber docker-env)

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