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Comprehensive Hands-on with Kubernetes Components

Get introduced to deploy stateful and stateless apps on the cluster

Learn how to expose the app outside the cluster and to autoscale apps

Kubernetes Cluster installation on Virtualbox, AWS & Google Cloud Platforms

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Kubernetes, an open source container orchestration platform, is used to automate the management of containerized applications. Its numerous benefits have made it particularly popular with organizations that are utilizing DevOps approaches. Kubernetes has become the standard for deploying containers in production since it is scalable, flexible and works for projects of varying scale. This course will start from basics of Kubernetes and covers concepts such as Kubernetes Architecture, Kubernetes Components and how to deploy application. With Kubernetes engineers earning as much as $133,992 per year, now is the right time to invest in this workshop and upscale your career. 

What you will learn

  • Kubernetes Components
  • Kubernetes Architecture
  • Deploy Kubernetes
  • Work With Pods and Deployments
  • Skills To Deploy Kubernetes Cluster


Kubernetes saw a surge in popularity in 2017 and demand for it continues to rise, paving the way for many individuals and organizations to utilize their knowledge for career and organizational growth.

Individual Benefits

Following are some benefits that a professional can gain by doing a course on Kubernetes: 

  • Based on the Neuvoo salary report, a Kubernetes Docker Engineer can earn an average of $150k per annum.
  • You can land your dream job as a Kubernetes developer or infrastructure engineer by pursuing this course.
  • Kubernetes is foundational for a Fortune 500 digital transformation, which is why professionals with knowledge in Kubernetes are in high demand.
  • Skilled Kubernetes professionals can start a career as automation engineers or DevOps engineers.

Organizational Benefits

Many organizations are adopting container technology and Kubernetes to support their operational goals. Here are some of the benefits: 

  1. Portability: Companies can make use of many cloud servers without making any changes in the infrastructure. 
  2. Cost effective: Kubernetes can help reduce infrastructure costs making use of minimal resources to maximize the benefits of the cloud investment.
  3. Improved efficiency: With the help of Kubernetes, teams within an organization can manage many large applications more efficiently.
  4. Scalability: Kubernetes uses containerized applications as interconnected units so that developers can control every aspect of the application.
  5. Efficient resource management: It ensures that there are always resources for running applications and thus can decrease cost on the cloud infrastructure. 

As containerization grows, the demand for a platform to successfully adopt these containers also rises. This is where Kubernetes, a platform built by Google, stepped in to help automate the process of deployment, scaling and managing the applications across the clusters.

Course Content

Containers introduction Play
Kubernetes setup 22:00 Play
Local setup with minikube 22:00 Play
Installing kubenetes using the docker client 22:00 Play
Minikube vs docker client vs kops vs kubeadm 22:00 Play
Introduction to kops 22:00 Play
Building docker images 22:00 Play
Docker image registry 22:00 Play
Running 1st app on kubernetes 22:00 Play
Service with load balancer 22:00 Play
Service with AWS ELB load balancer 22:00 Play
Practise test. 22:00 Play
Node architecture 23:00 Play
Replication controller 23:00 Play
Deployments 23:00 Play
Services 23:00 Play
Labels 23:00 Play
Healthchecks 23:00 Play
Readiness probe 23:00 Play
Pod state 23:00 Play
Pod lifecycle 23:00 Play
Secrets 23:00 Play
WebUI 23:00 Play
Service directory Play
Configmap 12:00 Play
Ingress controller 12:00 Play
External DNS 12:00 Play
Volumes 12:00 Play
Volumes auto-provisioning 12:00 Play
Pod presets 12:00 Play
Statefulsets 12:00 Play
Daemon sets 12:00 Play
Resource usage monitoring 12:00 Play
Auto scaling 12:00 Play
Affinity / auto-affinity 12:00 Play
Interpod affinity and anti-affinity 12:00 Play
Taints and tolerations 12:00 Play
Custom Resource Definitions (CRDs) 12:00 Play
Operators 12:00 Play
The kubernetes master services 23:00 Play
Resource quotas 23:00 Play
Namespaces 23:00 Play
User management 23:00 Play
RBAC 23:00 Play
Networking 23:00 Play
Node maintenance 23:00 Play
High availability 23:00 Play
TLS on ELB using annotations 23:00 Play
Introduction to Helm 22:00 Play
Creating your own helm charts 22:00 Play
Introduction to skaffold 22:00 Play
Introduction to serverless 23:00 Play
Introduction to kuberless 23:00 Play
Introduction to istio 22:00 Play
Mutual TLS 22:00 Play
RBAC with istio 22:00 Play
End-user authentication with istio (JWT) 22:00 Play
Introduction to kubeadm 22:00 Play
Managing TLS certs with cert-manager 22:00 Play
Kubernetes dashboard 22:00 Play
Kubernetes dashboard 22:00 Play

Course Details

The use of container technology has seen a massive increase in the past few years as more and more organizations are realising the potential of containers. These enterprises deploy a huge number of containers and thus require technologies and frameworks that help in automation and management of these containers.  Technologies such as Kubernetes that help in automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications are thus in much demand. 

Kubernetes is an open source; container management system created by Google to automate deployment and manage containerized applications. It acts as a portable cloud platform that orchestrates computing and networking. It has become an integral part of DevOps teams since it helps them manage the containers easily. 

As per a recent survey conducted by Datadog, the usage of Kubernetes continues to grow in container environments globally. Hence, the demand for professionals who have knowledge of Kubernetes is high, since organizations need experts who can help manage these containers. 

Who should go for the course?

  • Developers
  • System Admins
  • Testers
  • Operators
  • Architects


Possessing the following skills can give you an added advantage when you enroll for the Kubernetes course: 

  • Docker Essentials 
  • Basic Knowledge about Linux Administration 
  • Basic knowledge about Networking


Course Info.

32+ hours
2-3 hours/week
Open Source
Video Script

Training Options

Selfpaced Training

  • Lifetime access to high-quality self-paced eLearning content curated by industry experts
  • 3 simulation test papers for self-assessment
  • Lab access to practice live during sessions
  • 24x7 learner assistance and support

Live Virtual Classes

  • Online Classroom Flexi-Pass
  • Lifetime access 
  • Real-life Case Studies
  • 24 x 7 Expert Support

One on One Training

  • Customized learning delivery model (self-paced and/or instructor-led)
  • Flexible pricing options
  • Enterprise grade learning management system (LMS)
  • Enterprise dashboards for individuals and teams
  • 24x7 learner assistance and support

Exam & Certification

No Exam Required.

you will be required to complete a project which will be assess by our certified instructors. on successful completion of the project you will be awarded a training certificate.



You will learn:

  • Install and configure Cluster on bare metal machines
  • Deploy any application and have it scaled manually or automatically.
  • Learn how to work with Services, Pods and schedule applications on the containers
  • Manage state with deployments

Docker Essentials and Container basics knowledge is required for this training.


 Wissenhive offers this training online.

In an online classroom, students can log in at the scheduled time to a live learning environment which is led by an instructor. You can interact, communicate, view and discuss presentations, and engage with learning resources while working in groups, all in an online setting. Our instructors use an extensive set of collaboration tools and techniques which improves your online training experience.