KUBERNETES TROUBLESHOOTING TECHNIQUES
Typos in YAML, volumes not mounting, lack of resources, traffic blocked by network policy, no autostart on components, bad YAML manifests. These are only a few examples of troubles you can run into working with Kubernetes.
Do not wait for the stressful moment of fixing and problem solving under high pressure to arrive. Stay out of trouble by practicing Chaos Engineering and knowing about troubleshooting techniques and tools. Including the recent “ephemeral containers’ capabilities.
In this 2- hour virtual class with Michael Bright you will gain an unique view on Kubernetes Troubleshooting which will prevent development of unreliable applications, longer development and testing cycles, and loss of service (= loss of revenue).
AFTER THIS CLASS YOU KNOW
In this 2 hour class you will learn:
- Kubernetes application debugging techniques
- How to configure and use the new ephemeral containers feature
- How to make trouble by using Chaos Engineering
This virtual class is designed for aspiring Kubernetes developers and administrators who are keen to learn some techniques for debugging applications on Kubernetes.
ABOUT ITGILDE GURUS CLASSES
Gurus classes are designed for open source specialists who wish to deepen their knowledge and expand skill-set on a specific topic.
Topics such as Linux memory, Kubernetes troubleshooting, Service Meshes, enhancing your security with systemd and much more. The selected topics are important for an outstanding performance, but most often knowledge that is very rarely transferred in a structured and concise manner.
The ITGilde Gurus are recognized experts in their field and share their insights with you which you can implement right away in your job.
In 2 hours you learn more about the Gurus Class topic and you will be able to interact with the trainer. Afterwards you will get 3 months access to the recording which can deepen your learning.
CHANGE YOUR PERSPECTIVE TO CHANGE PERFORMANCE
When you think about ‘troubleshooting’ you most likely think in terms of ‘there’s a problem, let’s fix it’. A situation you would like to avoid in the first place don’t you agree? What if that is possible by developing proactive behaviors which will significantly increase your chances to stay out of trouble?
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 2 hour
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes