CloudOps Container Clustering: Implementing Container Orchestration in DevOps

CloudOps    |    Intermediate
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Container orchestration is an essential DevOps practice for managing containers in diversified environments. It provides portability and scalability by orchestrating containerized application management in multi-cloud environments. In this course, you'll start by examining cloud application-level orchestration, the orchestration layer, and the container orchestration tools for virtual machine and container allocation. You'll then outline the architectures used in multi-cloud and multi-cluster environments and cloud orchestration reference systems used for TOSCA-complaint container cluster federation. Next, you'll explore orchestration in managing multi-cloud environments and container orchestration in implementing CI/CD pipelines. You'll implement a pool of Docker hosts into a single virtual server and set up container clusters using Amazon Elastic Container Service and Fargate. Lastly, you'll deploy Azure Kubernetes Service clusters, use Kubernetes Cluster Autoscaler, and create multi-cloud Docker clusters with Docker Swarm.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
    describe the dynamic application-level orchestration of cloud applications that enables execution and resource allocation of independent components based on specific requirements
    recognize the orchestration layer and its components for deploying, executing, scaling, and managing microservices or networks of microservices and maintaining the resource allocation required for microservices
    list the cloud and container orchestration tools used to allocate virtual machines and containers for additional resource integration
    describe the cloud orchestration reference system architecture used for TOSCA-complaint container cluster federation
    implement a pool of Docker hosts into a single virtual server to allow clustering with built-in Swarm orchestration
    work with Amazon Elastic Container Service and Fargate to set up container clusters
  • deploy Azure Kubernetes Service clusters using the Azure portal
    enable and manage Kubernetes Cluster Autoscaler for Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) clusters to meet the application demands on AKS
    describe the architectures that can be adopted to implement multi-cloud and multi-cluster environments with Kubernetes clusters
    recognize the role of orchestration in managing multi-cloud environments
    create a simple multi-cloud Docker cluster involving AWS and Azure using Docker Swarm
    recognize the role of container orchestration in implementing CI/CD pipelines
    summarize the key concepts covered in this course

IN THIS COURSE

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    1. 
    Course Overview
    1m 23s
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    Cloud Application-level Orchestration
    4m 2s
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    Orchestration Layer Components
    5m 13s
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    Cloud and Container Orchestration Tools
    4m 29s
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    Cloud Orchestration Reference Architecture
    3m 39s
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    Implementing Docker Hosts in Single Virtual Servers
    7m 57s
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    Working with Amazon Elastic Container Service
    3m 12s
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    Deploying Azure Kubernetes Service
    3m 38s
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    Enabling and Managing Cluster Autoscaler
    3m 27s
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    Multi-cloud and Multi-cluster Environments
    4m 15s
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    Orchestration and Multi-cloud Environments
    5m 27s
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    Creating a Multi-cloud Cluster with Docker
    4m 17s
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    Container Orchestration and DevOps
    4m 36s
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    14. 
    Course Summary
    1m 36s

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