Final Exam: Advanced Kubernetes Skills

Kubernetes    |    Intermediate
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Final Exam: Advanced Kubernetes Skills will test your knowledge and application of the topics presented throughout the Advanced Kubernetes Skills track of the Skillsoft Aspire Building Advanced Kubernetes Skills Journey.


  • Compare and contrast kubernetes networking with its legacy ancestors
    recall the basics of kubernetes networking, including ip address management
    explain kubernetes pods and how they work with traditional networking
    explain how logging is performed in kubernetes and how ip independence makes this challenging
    describe the container networking interface of cni and what it does and why it is important and the different types of cnis, including flannel, calico, canal and others
    describe some of the chief networking components of kubernetes networking
    demonstrate how to configure kubernetes iptables
    demonstrate how to configure kubernetes routing tables
    describe the features of kubernetes multus
    describe the features and benefits of kubernetes load balancing
    describe the 4c's of cloud native security and how cloud providers such as aws and azure implement this security
    describe some of the main security concerns and vulnerabilities faced when migrating to the cloud
    describe some of the vulnerabilities and concerns that can allow software code to be vulnerable to attacks
    explain how scalability and automation of kubernetes also increases the security risks
    discuss several security design patterns
  • describe common security issues and exploits when using kubernetes
    describe how security contexts are normally applied to pods in kubernetes
    describe the process for authentication and authorization for using the kubernetes api
    demonstrate how to restrict a container's access to resources with apparmor
    demonstrate how to configure a security context for a pod
    describe what are operators in kubernetes and the operator pattern
    discuss reasons why it is beneficial to extend kubernetes
    discuss the kubernetes object model and features such as controller objects, apis extensions, user types, resources and access extensions
    configure an http proxy server that can be used to access the kubernetes api
    describe several plugins and add-ons that can be used to extend the functionality of kubernetes
    describe kubernetes customization and extensions via the service catalog
    install kubectl plugins in kubernetes
    write and install kubectl plugins in kubernetes
    perform debugging on pods in kubernetes
    create and use customresourcedefinitions in kubernetes


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