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Running Containers on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS)

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This Kubernetes on AWS course is a three-day associate-level course that gives you a basic understanding of how to run Kubernetes on AWS and how to construct EKS clusters while optimizing costs.

Course description

Without having to build, manage, and maintain your own Kubernetes control plane, Amazon EKS makes it simple for you to run Kubernetes on AWS. You will discover how to use Amazon EKS for Kubernetes container management and orchestration in this course. You will construct an Amazon EKS cluster, set up the surroundings, deploy the cluster, and finally include applications. You will learn how to automate application deployment and use Amazon Elastic Container Registry (ECR) to manage container images. Applications will be released utilizing CI/CD techniques. You will discover how to use metrics, logging, tracing, and horizontal and vertical scaling to monitor and scale your environment—designing for effectiveness, affordability, and resilience will teach you how to create and maintain an extensive container ecosystem. To support the cluster, in this course of Running Containers On Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service, you will establish AWS networking services and learn how to protect your Amazon EKS environment.

Activities

Here’s what this AWS course will include:

  • Instructor lectures
  • Group presentations
  • Hands-on labs
  • Demonstrations

Course Objectives

Here’s what you’ll learn in this course: 

  • Describe the principles of Amazon EKS and Kubernetes and the effects of containers on workflows. 
  • By choosing the appropriate computational resources to support worker nodes, construct an Amazon EKS cluster. 
  • To secure your environment, utilize Kubernetes Role Based Access Control (RBAC) authorization with AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) authentication. 
  • Install a program on the cluster. Upload container images to Amazon ECR, then use IAM policies to control access. 
  • Utilize pipelines and automated methods to deploy apps. Use WeaveFlux to construct a GitOps pipeline. 
  • To find metrics for performance optimization, utilize AWS X-Ray to gather monitoring data from metrics, logs, and tracing. Examine situations when bottlenecks call for the optimal horizontal or vertical growth strategy.
  • Analyze the trade-offs between cost, resilience, and efficiency, as well as the effects of prioritizing one over the others. Describe and sketch a comprehensive, iterative strategy for improving your surroundings—plan with cost, effectiveness, and resilience in mind. 
  • AWS networking services should be configured to accommodate the cluster. Describe the support and ease of inter-node communication provided by Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) for Amazon EKS clusters. Describe the VPC Container Network Interface’s purpose (CNI). Look at the advantages of a service mesh. 
  • Upgrade Amazon EKS, Kubernetes, and other technologies.

Intended Audience

You can take on this course if you belong to the following category of individuals: 

  • Anyone who will handle container orchestration on the AWS Cloud, such as systems administrators and DevOps engineers

Prerequisites

To qualify for taking up this course, you’ll need the following: 

  • Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service completed (EKS) Primer 
  • AWS Cloud Practitioner Essentials certification obtained (or equivalent real-world experience) 
  • Basic familiarity with Linux administration 
  • Basic knowledge of network management 
  • Basic understanding of microservices and containers

Module Breakdown

Course outline

Module 0: Course Introduction

  • Course preparation activities and agenda

Module 1: Kubernetes Fundamentals

  • Container orchestration
  • Kubernetes objects
  • Kubernetes internals

Module 2: Amazon EKS Fundamentals

  • Introduction to Amazon EKS
  • Amazon EKS control plane
  • Amazon EKS data plane
  • Fundamentals of Amazon EKS security
  • Amazon EKS API

Module 3: Building an Amazon EKS Cluster

  • Configuring your environment
  • Creating an Amazon EKS cluster
  • Demo: Deploying a cluster
  • Deploying worker nodes
  • Demo: Completing a cluster configuration
  • Preparing for Lab 1: Building an Amazon EKS Cluster

Module 4: Deploying Applications to Your Amazon EKS Cluster

  • Configuring Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR)
  • Demo: Configuring Amazon ECR
  • Deploying applications with Helm
  • Demo: Deploying applications with Helm
  • Continuous deployment in Amazon EKS
  • GitOps and Amazon EKS
  • Preparing for Lab 2: Deploying Applications

Module 5: Configuring Observability in Amazon EKS

  • Configuring observability in an Amazon EKS cluster
  • Collecting metrics
  • Using metrics for automatic scaling
  • Managing logs
  • Application tracing in Amazon EKS
  • Gaining and applying insight from observability
  • Preparing for Lab 3: Monitoring Amazon EKS

Module 6: Balancing Efficiency, Resilience, and Cost Optimization in Amazon EKS

  • The high level overview
  • Designing for resilience
  • Designing for cost optimization
  • Designing for efficiency

Module 7: Managing Networking in Amazon EKS

  • Review: Networking in AWS
  • Communicating in Amazon EKS
  • Managing your IP space
  • Deploying a service mesh
  • Preparing for Lab 4: Exploring Amazon EKS Communication

Module 8: Managing Authentication and Authorization in Amazon EKS

  • Understanding the AWS shared responsibility model
  • Authentication and authorization
  • Managing IAM and RBAC
  • Demo: Customizing RBAC roles
  • Managing pod permissions using RBAC service accounts

Module 9: Implementing Secure Workflows

  • Securing cluster endpoint access
  • Improving the security of your workflows
  • Improving host and network security
  • Managing secrets
  • Preparing for Lab 5: Securing Amazon EKS

Module 10: Managing Upgrades in Amazon EKS

  • Planning for an upgrade
  • Upgrading your Kubernetes version
  • Amazon EKS platform versions

FAQ's

Is Cloud Wizard Consulting an official AWS training partner?

Yes, we have been since 2015.

Who should take up this course?

You can take on this course if you belong to the following category of individuals: 

  • Anyone who will handle container orchestration on the AWS Cloud, such as systems administrators and DevOps engineers

What prior experience do you need for this course?

To qualify for taking up this course, you’ll need the following: 

  • Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service completed (EKS) Primer 
  • AWS Cloud Practitioner Essentials certification obtained (or equivalent real-world experience) 
  • Basic familiarity with Linux administration 
  • Basic knowledge of network management 
  • Basic understanding of microservices and containers

How do I enroll in this course?

To enroll in this course, choose the starting date and make an online payment. Once your payment is confirmed, our team will reach out to you.

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Course Overview

Duration 3D / 24 HRS
Modality ViLT/ Classroom
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Price 45,000.00

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