packt – Deploying Software to Kubernetes


packt – Deploying Software to Kubernetes
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Kubernetes is the new infrastructure. If you understand how to use it, it automatically unlocks the benefits of standard continuous delivery in your apps. We are going to set up a Kubernetes cluster in Google Cloud Platform and deploy software in a CI/CD manner so that we speed up the release cycle in a way that has no one seen before.

This video course starts by explaining the organizational alignment that has to happen in every company that wants to implement DevOps in order to be effective.

We delve into deploying and managing applications on Kubernetes, but we also take a look at how Docker Swarm works. We also explore how to create a continuous delivery pipeline and deploy a microservice-based system to update it, keeping all the lights on.

We will review some tools for monitoring software, but our focus will be on Stackdriver, as this monitoring solution from Google Cloud Platform provides us (out of the box) with a fairly comprehensive set of tools to deal with the flaws in our systems.
Style and Approach
This video takes a step-by-step, practical approach to the implementation of DevOps. This video course will teach you how to enable IT organizations to deliver faster and smarter through a unique approach using Code-Build-Test-Release-Configure-Monitor.

Table of Contents
What You Will Learn
Master development best practices
Create cost-effective work units with DevOps
Learn to deploy and manage the application on Kubernetes
Create a continuous delivery pipeline
Learn to put specific metrics in place to measure DevOps ROI and monitor logs and events in a system
David Gonzalez
David Gonzalez is an enthusiastic engineer and author of a book called DevelopingMicroservices with Node.js; as microservices don’t work without platform automation, he wrote this book to deliver the best possible deal to the readers of both books. He is a Google Developer Expert (a nomination from Google to certain experts in several areas) in Kubernetes (GKE), who enjoys being pushed out of his comfort zone in order to sharpen his skills. Java, Node.js, Python, and DevOps-as well as a holistic approach to security-are part of the skill set that has helped him deliver value across different start-ups and corporations. Nowadays, he is a consultant at nearForm, enabling companies to deliver the best possible solution to their IT problems or proposals, as well as an avid speaker at conferences, such asRebelCon, and Google I/O Extended, among others.


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