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COMPLETE CLOUD DOCKER & KUBERNETES TRAINING IN KOCHI

Earning the Docker Certified Associate (DCA), Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA), and Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD) certifications together demonstrates comprehensive expertise in containerization and Kubernetes technologies. The combination of these certifications demonstrates a high level of competence in containerization and Kubernetes technologies, making individuals equipped to excel in a variety of roles within cloud-native and DevOps projects

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Course completion certificate and Global Certifications are part of our all Master Program

Live Online Training

Highly practical oriented training
Installation of Software On your System
24/7 Email and Phone Support
100% Placement Assistance until you get placed
Global Certification Preparation
Trainer Student Interactive Portal
Assignments and Projects Guided by Mentors
And Many More Features
Course completion certificate and Global Certifications are part of our all Master Program

Live Classroom Training

Weekend / Weekdays / Morning / Evening Batches
80:20 Practical and Theory Ratio
Real-life Case Studies
Easy Coverup if you missed any sessions
PSI | Kryterion | Redhat Test Centers
Life Time Video Classroom Access ( coming soon )
Resume Preparations and Mock Interviews
And Many More Features
Course completion certificate and Global Certifications are part of our all Master Program

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Course completion certificate and Global Certifications are part of our all Master Program

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WhyTerraform ?

Multi-Cloud Support

Terraform supports multiple cloud providers, including AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform (GCP), and others. This allows you to use a single tool and consistent workflow across different cloud environments, enabling hybrid and multi-cloud deployments.

Declarative Configuration

Terraform uses a declarative language to define infrastructure configurations. This means you specify the desired state of your infrastructure, and Terraform handles the provisioning and management to achieve that state. This approach is intuitive and allows for easier understanding and maintenance of infrastructure code.

Resource Graph

Terraform builds a dependency graph of your infrastructure resources based on their relationships and dependencies. This enables Terraform to determine the correct order of resource provisioning and manage complex infrastructures with ease.

Modularity and Reusability

Terraform encourages modularization and code reuse through the use of modules. Modules are self-contained units of Terraform configurations that can be reused across projects, teams, and environments. This promotes consistency, reduces duplication, and speeds up development.

State Management

Terraform maintains a state file that tracks the current state of your infrastructure. This state file is used to plan and apply changes, track resource attributes, and manage updates. Terraform's state management ensures consistency and facilitates collaboration among team members.

Plan and Apply Workflow

Terraform follows a plan and apply workflow, where changes to infrastructure are first planned and previewed before being applied. This allows you to review the proposed changes, identify potential issues, and apply changes safely, minimizing the risk of unintended consequences.

Extensibility

Terraform is highly extensible and integrates with a wide range of third-party tools and services. This includes integrations with configuration management tools, CI/CD pipelines, monitoring solutions, and more, allowing you to build comprehensive infrastructure automation workflows. While other IaC tools offer similar capabilities, Terraform's multi-cloud support, declarative configuration, resource graph, modularity, state management, workflow, and extensibility make it a popular choice for infrastructure automation in diverse environments. Additionally, Terraform's active community, robust documentation, and frequent updates contribute to its widespread adoption and continued development.

About your Terraform Certification Course

Terraform Skills Covered

  • State Management

  • Terraform Modules

  • Dependency Management

  • Terraform CLI

  • Terraform Configuration Language (HCL)

  • Infrastructure as Code (IaC) Principles

  • Resource Provisioning

  • Terraform Providers

  • Terraform Workspaces

  • Terraform Best Practices

Curriculum Designed by Experts

COMPLETE CLOUD DOCKER & KUBERNETES Course Syllabus

Open Source- Docker & Kubernetes

Docker
Docker – Overview
Docker – Installing Docker on Linux
Docker – Installation
Docker – Hub
Docker – Images
Docker – Images Lifecycle
Docker – Containers
Docker – Containers Lifecycle
Docker – Working With Containers
Docker – Architecture
Docker – Configuring
Docker – Containers & Shells
Docker – File
Docker – Building Files
Building a Web Server Docker File
Docker – Public Repositories
Docker – Managing Ports
Docker – Private Registries
Docker – Instruction Commands
Docker – Container Linking
Docker – Storage
Docker – Networking
Docker – Setting NGINX
Docker – Toolbox
Docker – Logging
Docker – Compose
Docker-Swarm

Kubernetes
Kubernetes – Overview
Kubernetes – Architecture
Kubernetes – Setup
Kubernetes – Images
Kubernetes – Jobs
Kubernetes – Labels & Selectors
Kubernetes – Namespace
Kubernetes – Node
Kubernetes – Service
Kubernetes – Pod
Kubernetes – Replication Controller
Kubernetes – Replica Sets
Kubernetes – Deployments
Kubernetes – Volumes
Kubernetes – Secrets
Kubernetes – Network Policy

Advanced Kubernetes
Kubernetes – API
Kubernetes – Kubectl
Kubernetes – Kubectl Commands
Kubernetes – Creating an App
Kubernetes – App Deployment
Kubernetes – Autoscaling
Kubernetes – Dashboard Setup
Kubernetes – Monitoring

AWS-Docker & Kubernetes

Elastic Container Registry
What Is Amazon Elastic Container Registry?
AWS EC2
AWS CLI Setup
Components of Amazon ECR
Registry
Authorization Token
Repository
Repository Policy
Image
Commands

Elastic Container Service
Docker Container Concepts
An intro to Amazon ECS
Terms and architecture
Task Definition
Task
Service
ECS Container Instances and ECS Container Agents
Cluster

Elastic Kubernetes Service
Overview: Installing Kubernetes
Installing Dependencies
Installing the Latest Kubernetes
Exploring Your Kubernetes Installation
Kubernetes Architecture and Design
Achieving High-Availability
Scaling Kubernetes
Federation
Configuration Best Practices
Creating and Decoding Secrets
Using Secrets in Applications
Overview: Docker Containerization
Installing Docker and Building the Image
Deploying Your Docker Container
Interacting With Your Container
Hands-on Kubernetes on AWS

Azure-Docker & Kubernetes

Azure container registry
Docker Container Concepts
Deploying Containers
Multi-container Applications
Azure Container Registry
Azure Container Clustering Options
Installing ACS

Azure Container Service
Introduction to Azure Container Service
Azure Container Instances
Creating your first container in Azure
Azure Marketplace containers
Container orchestration

Azure Kubernets Services
What is AKS?
Kubernetes core concepts for AKS
Install the Kubernetes CLI
Baseline architecture for an AKS cluster
Clusters and workloads
Access and identity
Security
Networking
Storage
Deploy an Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) cluster
Create a Kubernetes cluster
Connect to cluster using kubectl
Deploy the application
Scale applications
Update an application
Upgrade Kubernetes

GCP-Docker & Kubernetes

Google Container Registry
Overview
Create Account
Compute Engine
Permissions
Running an image
Commands

Google Container Services
Containers on Compute Engine
Container technologies that run on Compute Engin
Container-optimized VM images
Installing container technologies on your instances
Install Docker
Permissions

Google Kubernets Services
Understanding the GKE Service Profiles
Benefits of Using GKE
Costing Model Used in GKE
Using the GCP Calculator
GKE Architecture
Deploying an Application
Kubernetes Components
Basic Commands
GKE Architecture
GKE and IAM Requirements
GKE Federation Requirements
Kubernetes Cluster Actions
Scale/Resize a Cluster