AKS Deep Dive

By Chad Crowell

An in-depth look at how Kubernetes runs in Azure.

4 hours
  • 33 Lessons

About the course

This course takes an in-depth look at how Kubernetes runs in Azure. You will learn how to build an AKS cluster, integrate Azure Active Directory, configure persistent storage, use Azure Dev Spaces, implement ingress resources, and much more. If you are running microservice applications in Kubernetes, you will benefit from managing Kubernetes. This course contains a lot of demonstrations that allow you to take what you’ve learned and immediately put it into action.

  • Chapter 1 4 Lessons Introduction 6:57

    An Important Note About A Cloud Guru and Linux Academy Courses

    1:19

    Course Overview

    1:29

    About the Training Architect

    0:30

    About the Interactive Diagram

    3:39
  • Chapter 2 2 Lessons What Is Azure Kubernetes Service? 12:11

    What Is Kubernetes?

    6:28

    Managed Kubernetes

    5:43
  • Chapter 3 3 Lessons Building Your AKS Cluster 41:55

    Container Registries and Container Instances

    16:33

    Service Principal

    10:51

    Creating and Accessing an AKS Cluster

    14:31
  • Chapter 4 2 Lessons Credentials and Access 19:53

    Kubernetes Service Accounts

    12:38

    Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)

    7:15
  • Chapter 5 2 Lessons Directory Access 25:40

    Creating an AKS Cluster with Active Directory Integration

    17:02

    Authenticating to the AKS Cluster Using Azure Active Directory

    8:38
  • Chapter 6 3 Lessons Network Models 43:07

    The Kubenet Network Plugin

    10:47

    The Azure CNI Network Plugin

    10:39

    Network Policies

    21:41
  • Chapter 7 2 Lessons Accessing AKS Externally 23:13

    Ingress Traffic

    9:11

    Web Application Firewall (WAF)

    14:02
  • Chapter 8 3 Lessons Storage Types 34:50

    Persistent Volumes and Persistent Volume Claims - PART 1

    11:51

    Persistent Volumes and Persistent Volume Claims - PART 2

    18:46

    Static and Dynamic Volumes

    4:13
  • Chapter 9 2 Lessons AKS Workloads 15:15

    Node Sizing

    8:10

    Azure Site Recovery

    7:05
  • Chapter 10 3 Lessons Resource Management 26:31

    Pod Resource Requests and Limits

    13:17

    Scaling Options

    10:09

    Kube-Advisor Tool

    3:05
  • Chapter 11 2 Lessons Advanced Scheduling Features 20:07

    Azure Dev Spaces

    14:42

    Virtual Kubelet

    5:25
  • Chapter 12 2 Lessons Key Metrics 18:14

    Azure Monitor for Containers

    7:36

    Cluster Metrics

    10:38
  • Chapter 13 2 Lessons Collecting Container Logs 6:51

    Application Insights

    4:38

    View Live Logs

    2:13
  • Chapter 14 1 Lesson Conclusion 1:07

    You Did It! What's Next?

    1:07

What you will need

  • Kubernetes Essentials

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