Kubernetes Administrator: Using PersistentVolume & PersistentVolumeClaim

Kubernetes 1.19
  • 15 Videos | 1h 4m 35s
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Kubernetes manages Volumes and Containers by defining low level representation of a StorageVolume using the PersistentVolume object and binding Pod and PersistentVolume using PersistentVolumeClaim. In this course you’ll recall the applicable Reclaim policies and features for PersistentVolume, the concept of Node Affinity, the various phases of a Volume, the maximum number of volumes that can be attached to a Node and the approach of configuring custom limits. Next, you’ll create a storage device using AWS EBS and a PersistentVolume that uses the EBS, create a PersistentVolumeClaim to use the PersistentVolume of AWS EBS storage device, create a PersistentVolume with an EBS via AWS API and mount it to AWS EC2 instance. You’ll also create a Pod that uses Dynamic PersistentVolumeClaim, delete PersistentVolume and PersistentVolumeClaim, change the Reclaim policy from Retain to Delete for PersistentVolume and create a PersistentVolume using an existing Compute Engine persistent disk. Finally, you’ll create a Pod with two containers to exchange data, create a deployment that uses a PersistentVolumeClaim to mount it as a Volume and create a Pod to mount the NFS Volume in a Docker container to the master node. This course is part of a series that aligns with the Certified Kubernetes Administrator exam's objectives and can be used in its preparation.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
    list the Reclaim policies and features that can be applied on PersistentVolume
    create a storage device using AWS EBS, write a manifest file, and create a PersistentVolume that uses the EBS
    create a manifest file that can be used to create a PersistentVolumeClaim that uses the PersistentVolume of an AWS EBS storage device
    dynamically create a PersistentVolume with an EBS via AWS API and mount to AWS EC2 instance
    create a manifest file and use it to create a Pod that uses Dynamic PersistentVolumeClaim
    demonstrate the steps involved in deleting PersistentVolume and PersistentVolumeClaim
    demonstrate the steps involved in changing the Reclaim policy from Retain to Delete for PersistentVolume
  • create a PersistentVolume using an existing Compute Engine persistent disk populated with data and use it in a Pod
    describe the concept of Node Affinity along with the various phases of a Volume
    recognize the maximum number of volumes that can be attached to Nodes for various cloud providers along with the approach to configuring custom limits
    create a Pod with two containers that use an emptyDir Volume to exchange data
    create a deployment that uses a PersistentVolumeClaim to mount it as a Volume
    create a Pod that mounts the NFS Volume provisioned in a Docker container on the master node
    summarize the key concepts covered in this course

IN THIS COURSE

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    1. 
    Course Overview
    2m 8s
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    2. 
    Reclaim Policies
    4m 15s
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    3. 
    Creating PersistentVolume
    4m 39s
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    4. 
    Creating PersistentVolumeClaim
    5m 16s
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    5. 
    Creating a PersistentVolume with an EBS
    5m
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    6. 
    Creating Pod to Use Dynamic PersistentVolumeClaim
    3m 52s
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    7. 
    Deleting PersistentVolume and PersistentVolumeClaim
    2m 43s
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    8. 
    Changing Reclaim Policy
    3m 5s
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    9. 
    Creating PersistentVolume Using Compute Engine
    4m 1s
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    10. 
    Node Affinity
    6m 1s
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    11. 
    Volume Limits for Cloud Providers
    3m 8s
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    12. 
    Exchanging Data between Containers
    2m 54s
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    13. 
    Mounting PVC on Deployment
    4m 56s
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    14. 
    Mounting NFS Volume
    4m 47s
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    15. 
    Course Summary
    1m 20s

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