Second course to be published at Udemy: Kubernetes Microservices.
Unlike the previous Docker course, this one is independent of programming language (Angular 6 used on the front end)
– although of course I can’t help dropping in a few references to Java along the way.
It’s a 12 hour hands on project: scenario – developers have pushed a set of images for a microservice system. Your mission, should you choose to accept it: define a Kubenetes workload locally, then deploy it to the cloud. Build in a level of resilience and then set up a proper ElasticSearch basic logging and monitoring system.
At the end of the course you’ll use your monitoring system to discover the developers did a pretty bad job in one of their images!
It was fun to record, hope it will be fun to watch and more importantly, a great set of real world skills for you.
A version of the course will appear in around a week at virtualpairprogrammers too.