Kubernetes

Kubernetes vs Docker A Comparison Guide

Overview of container orchestration systemsModern cloud infrastructures rely heavily on container orchestration systems. So, what exactly are they? In this article, we are going to explore this compelling concept as well as examine two of the biggest brand names in the container orchestration world: Kubernetes vs Docker. While not exactly rivals, both solutions offer their…

Kubernetes Tutorial An Introduction To Kubernetes

Become a Certified Professional Kubernetes is a platform that eliminates the manual processes involved in deploying containerized applications. In this blog on Kubernetes Tutorial, you will go through all the concepts related to this multi-container management solution.The following topics will be covered in this tutorial:Challenges Without Container OrchestrationDocker Swarm or KubernetesWhat is Kubernetes?Kubernetes FeaturesKubernetes ArchitectureKubernetes…

Kubernetes Tutorial

Kubernetes is a container management technology developed in Google lab to manage containerized applications in different kind of environments such as physical, virtual, and cloud infrastructure. It is an open source system which helps in creating and managing containerization of application. This tutorial provides an overview of different kind of features and functionalities of Kubernetes…

Introducing Software Certification for Kubernetes

Introducing Software Certification for KubernetesEditor’s Note: Today’s post is by William Denniss, Product Manager, Google Cloud on the new Certified Kubernetes Conformance Program.Over the last three years, Kubernetes® has seen wide-scale adoption by a vibrant and diverse community of providers. In fact, there are now more than 60 known Kubernetes platforms and distributions. From the…

Tutorials

Edit This PageThis section of the Kubernetes documentation contains tutorials. A tutorial shows how to accomplish a goal that is larger than a single task. Typically a tutorial has several sections, each of which has a sequence of steps. Before walking through each tutorial, you may want to bookmark the Standardized Glossary page for later…

Expert Certification

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation offers a certification program that allows users to demonstrate their competence in a hands-on, command-line environment. The purpose of the Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) program is to provide assurance that CKAs have the skills, knowledge, and competency to perform the responsibilities of Kubernetes administrators.It is an online, proctored, performance-based test…

Training

Build your cloud native careerKubernetes is at the core of the cloud native movement. Training and certifications from the Linux Foundation and our training partners lets you invest in your career, learn Kubernetes, and make your cloud native projects successful.Take a free course on edXLearn with the Linux FoundationThe Linux Foundation offers instructor-led and self-paced…

Kubernetes vs Docker Microsoft Azure

Home Topic Kubernetes vs. Docker Build, deliver, and scale apps faster with container technologies that work better together.Start free The Kubernetes vs. Docker questionThe conversation around Kubernetes vs. Docker is often framed as either-or: should I use Kubernetes or Docker? This is like comparing apples to apple pie, and it’s a common misconception that you…

Kubernetes Certifications How and Why to Get Certified

Thanks to the popularity and widespread use of Kubernetes, Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) and the Linux Foundation created two Kubernetes certifications to standardize the training and certifications for engineers who want to expand and illustrate their knowledge on the platform. This article will explain the two Kubernetes certifications and exams, explore benefits to certification,…

Kubernetes vs. Docker: What Does It Really Mean?

“Kubernetes vs. Docker” is a phrase that you hear more and more these days as Kubernetes becomes ever more popular as a container orchestration solution.However, “Kubernetes vs. Docker” is also a somewhat misleading phrase. When you break it down, these words don’t mean what many people intend them to mean, because Docker and Kubernetes aren’t…