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kubernetes (CKA) practice tests for 2021
  • Level: All Levels
  • Duration: 01m 30s
  • Release date: 2021-10-29
  • Author: Soft cloud technology
  • Provider: Udemy

kubernetes (CKA) practice tests for 2021

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Hi,Welcome to the Kubernetes(CKA) practice exam course, You will find the many questions that are as difficult as the real exam. You may find the some of the questions in the real exam. Kubernetes, also known as K8s, is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. It groups containers that make up an application into logical units for easy management and discovery. Kubernetes builds upon 15 years of experience of running production workloads at Google, combined with best-of-breed ideas and practices from the community.Developers can also create cloud-native apps with Kubernetes as a runtime platform by using Kubernetes patterns. Patterns are the tools a Kubernetes developer needs to build container-based applications and services.With Kubernetes you can:Orchestrate containers across multiple hosts.Make better use of hardware to maximize resources needed to run your enterprise apps.Control and automate application deployments and updates.Mount and add storage to run stateful apps.Scale containerized applications and their resources on the fly.Declaratively manage services, which guarantees the deployed applications are always running the way you intended them to run.Health-check and self-heal your apps with autoplacement, autorestart, autoreplication, and autoscaling.However, Kubernetes relies on other projects to fully provide these orchestrated services. With the addition of other open source projects, you can fully realize the power of Kubernetes. These necessary pieces include (among others):Registry, through projects like Docker Registry.Networking, through projects like OpenvSwitch and intelligent edge routing.Telemetry, through projects such as Kibana, Hawkular, and Elastic.Security, through projects like LDAP, SELinux, RBAC, and OAUTH with multitenancy layers.Automation, with the addition of Ansible playbooks for installation and cluster life cycle management.Services, through a rich catalog of popular app patterns.