CloudOps Container Clustering: Clustering Containers

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An aspiring cloud engineer needs to learn how to build upon DevOps architecture design fundamentals to formulate robust and sound container clustering strategies. In this course, you'll recall the concept of clustering and outline the different cluster architectures for failover and load balancing support. You'll outline what comprises a clustering topology, physical and virtual clusters, and enterprise application cluster management. You'll then name clustered environment resource managers, application containerization types, and containerized cluster implementation solutions. Next, you'll examine data center cluster virtualization and investigate hybrid cloud cluster architectures for multi and hybrid cloud solution delivery. You'll explore clustering in Docker, Kubernetes, and Docker Swarm. Lastly, you'll set up single control-plane Kubernetes clusters, Docker Swarm clusters for high availability, and high-performance compute node clusters in Amazon EC2.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
    define the concept of clustering and outline the different cluster architectures that can be configured to support failover and load balancing in traditional deployments
    list and compare the features of clustering topologies and name the critical cluster components used to manage enterprise applications
    compare physical and virtual clusters and define the concept of virtual clusters based on application partitioning
    recognize the role of virtual machines and cluster virtualization in data centers and name prominent clustered environment resource managers
    use Amazon EC2 to set up clusters of high-performance compute nodes to provision for high-performance systems
    outline what comprises a container cluster and the cluster topology orchestration adapted from TOSCA
  • recall the different types of application containerizations and containerized cluster implementation solutions available for on-premises and cloud environments
    describe what it meant by clustering in Docker, recognize example situations involving the use of Docker Swarm for clustering, and outline the associated orchestration architecture
    set up Docker Swarm clusters to achieve high availability
    describe what is meant by a Kubernetes cluster and name the essential components and terms that help understand the anatomy of Kubernetes clusters
    create single control-plane Kubernetes clusters using kubeadm
    recognize the prominent hybrid cloud cluster architectures that support multi and hybrid cloud solution delivery and operation
    summarize the key concepts covered in this course

IN THIS COURSE

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    1. 
    Course Overview
    1m 25s
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    2. 
    Clustering and Cluster Architectures
    4m 21s
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    Features of Clustering Topologies
    5m 33s
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    Physical vs. Virtual Clusters
    4m 51s
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    Virtual Machines and the Virtualization of Clusters
    7m 31s
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    Setting Up High-performance Compute Node Clusters
    4m 2s
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    7. 
    Container Clusters and Topologies
    4m 55s
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    8. 
    Application Containerizations and Solutions
    3m 40s
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    9. 
    Docker Clustering and Orchestration Architecture
    3m 54s
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    Setting up Docker Swarm Clusters
    2m 27s
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    Kubernetes Clusters and Their Components
    4m 27s
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    12. 
    Creating Single Control-plane Kubernetes Clusters
    5m 32s
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    13. 
    Hybrid Cloud Cluster Architecture
    4m 56s
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    14. 
    Course Summary
    1m 27s

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