Kubernetes Cookbook

Building Cloud Native Applications

Author: Sébastien Goasguen,Michael Hausenblas

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 1491979631

Category: Computers

Page: 192

View: 8963

Kubernetes is becoming the de-facto standard for container orchestration and distributed applications management across a microservices framework. With this practical cookbook, you’ll learn hands-on recipes for automating the deployment, scaling, and operations of application containers across clusters of hosts. The book's easy-lookup problem-solution-discussion format helps you find the detailed answers you need—quickly. Kubernetes lets you deploy your applications quickly and predictably, so you can efficiently respond to customer demand. This cookbook, ideal for developers and system administers alike, provides the essential knowledge you need to get there. You’ll find recipes for: Kubernetes installation Kubernetes API, API groups Application primitives Monitoring Troubleshooting
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Kubernetes Cookbook

Building Cloud Native Applications

Author: Sébastien Goasguen,Michael Hausenblas

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 1491979658

Category: Computers

Page: 192

View: 447

Kubernetes is becoming the de-facto standard for container orchestration and distributed applications management across a microservices framework. With this practical cookbook, you’ll learn hands-on recipes for automating the deployment, scaling, and operations of application containers across clusters of hosts. The book's easy-lookup problem-solution-discussion format helps you find the detailed answers you need—quickly. Kubernetes lets you deploy your applications quickly and predictably, so you can efficiently respond to customer demand. This cookbook, ideal for developers and system administers alike, provides the essential knowledge you need to get there. You’ll find recipes for: Kubernetes installation Kubernetes API, API groups Application primitives Monitoring Troubleshooting
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Kubernetes Cookbook

Building Cloud Native Applications

Author: Sébastien Goasguen,Michael Hausenblas

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781491979686

Category: Computers

Page: 192

View: 6550

If your organization is preparing to move toward a cloud-native computing architecture, this cookbook shows you how to successfully use Kubernetes, the de-facto standard for automating the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. With more than 80 proven recipes, developers, system administrators, and architects will quickly learn how to get started with Kubernetes and understand its powerful API. Through the course of the book, authors S�bastien Goasguen and Michael Hausenblas provide several detailed solutions for installing, interacting with, and using Kubernetes in development and production. You'll learn how to adapt the system to your particular needs and become familiar with the wider Kubernetes ecosystem. Each standalone chapter features recipes written in O'Reilly's popular problem-solution-discussion format. Recipes in this cookbook focus on: Creating a Kubernetes cluster Using the Kubernetes command-line interface Managing fundamental workload types Working with services Exploring the Kubernetes API Managing stateful and non-cloud native apps Working with volumes and configuration data Cluster-level and application-level scaling Securing your applications Monitoring and logging Maintenance and troubleshooting
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Cloud Native Infrastructure

Patterns for Scalable Infrastructure and Applications in a Dynamic Environment

Author: Justin Garrison,Kris Nova

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 1491984252

Category: Computers

Page: 160

View: 708

Cloud native infrastructure is more than servers, network, and storage in the cloud—it is as much about operational hygiene as it is about elasticity and scalability. In this book, you’ll learn practices, patterns, and requirements for creating infrastructure that meets your needs, capable of managing the full life cycle of cloud native applications. Justin Garrison and Kris Nova reveal hard-earned lessons on architecting infrastructure from companies such as Google, Amazon, and Netflix. They draw inspiration from projects adopted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), and provide examples of patterns seen in existing tools such as Kubernetes. With this book, you will: Understand why cloud native infrastructure is necessary to effectively run cloud native applications Use guidelines to decide when—and if—your business should adopt cloud native practices Learn patterns for deploying and managing infrastructure and applications Design tests to prove that your infrastructure works as intended, even in a variety of edge cases Learn how to secure infrastructure with policy as code
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Cloud Native DevOps with Kubernetes

Building, Deploying, and Scaling Modern Applications in the Cloud

Author: John Arundel,Justin Domingus

Publisher: O'Reilly Media

ISBN: 9781492040767

Category: Computers

Page: 300

View: 7677

While DevOps, cloud, and containers have reshaped the IT landscape over the past five years, Kubernetes has served as de facto operating system of this cloud native world. But with the myriad possibilities Kubernetes provides, developers and operations personnel continue to seek advice on coherent, workable strategies for using this container-orchestration system in a production environment. That's where this practical guide comes in. Through the course of the book, authors John Arundel and Justin Domingus show you how to build and develop an example cloud native application with Kubernetes hands-on. You'll learn to apply each of the concepts--such as authentication or reliability--one at a time to develop a non-trivial, production-ready cloud native application, complete with a development environment and deployment pipeline that you can use for real workloads.
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Kubernetes: Up and Running

Dive into the Future of Infrastructure

Author: Kelsey Hightower,Brendan Burns,Joe Beda

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 1491936010

Category: Computers

Page: 202

View: 6784

Legend has it that Google deploys over two billion application containers a week. How’s that possible? Google revealed the secret through a project called Kubernetes, an open source cluster orchestrator (based on its internal Borg system) that radically simplifies the task of building, deploying, and maintaining scalable distributed systems in the cloud. This practical guide shows you how Kubernetes and container technology can help you achieve new levels of velocity, agility, reliability, and efficiency. Authors Kelsey Hightower, Brendan Burns, and Joe Beda—who’ve worked on Kubernetes at Google and other organizatons—explain how this system fits into the lifecycle of a distributed application. You will learn how to use tools and APIs to automate scalable distributed systems, whether it is for online services, machine-learning applications, or a cluster of Raspberry Pi computers. Explore the distributed system challenges that Kubernetes addresses Dive into containerized application development, using containers such as Docker Create and run containers on Kubernetes, using the docker image format and container runtime Explore specialized objects essential for running applications in production Reliably roll out new software versions without downtime or errors Get examples of how to develop and deploy real-world applications in Kubernetes
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Docker Cookbook

Author: Sébastien Goasguen

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 1491919779

Category: Computers

Page: 366

View: 5991

Whether you’re deploying applications on premise or in the cloud, this cookbook provides developers, operators, and IT professionals with more than 130 proven recipes for working with Docker. With these practical solutions, experienced developers with no previous knowledge of Docker will be able to package and deploy distributed applications within a couple of chapters. IT professionals will be able to solve everyday problems, as well as create, run, share, and deploy Docker images. Operators will quickly be able to adopt the tools that will change the way they work. The recipes in this book will help you: Manage containers, mount data volumes, and link containers Create and share container images Network containers across single or multiple hosts Tackle advanced topics such as Docker configuration and development Deploy multi-container applications on a distributed cluster with Kubernetes Use a new generation of operating systems optimized for Docker Learn tools for application deployment, continuous integration, service discovery, and orchestration Access a Docker host on Amazon AWS, Google GCE, and Microsoft Azure Monitor containers and explore different application use cases
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Kubernetes Cookbook

Practical solutions to container orchestration, 2nd Edition

Author: Hideto Saito,Hui-Chuan Chloe Lee,Ke-Jou Carol Hsu

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1788836871

Category: Computers

Page: 554

View: 4804

Learn how to automate and manage your containers and reduce the overall operation burden on your system. Key Features Use containers to manage, scale and orchestrate apps in your organization Transform the latest concept of Kubernetes 1.10 into examples Expert techniques for orchestrating containers effectively Book Description Kubernetes is an open source orchestration platform to manage containers in a cluster environment. With Kubernetes, you can configure and deploy containerized applications easily. This book gives you a quick brush up on how Kubernetes works with containers, and an overview of main Kubernetes concepts, such as Pods, Deployments, Services and etc. This book explains how to create Kubernetes clusters and run applications with proper authentication and authorization configurations. With real-world recipes, you'll learn how to create high availability Kubernetes clusters on AWS, GCP and in on-premise datacenters with proper logging and monitoring setup. You'll also learn some useful tips about how to build a continuous delivery pipeline for your application. Upon completion of this book, you will be able to use Kubernetes in production and will have a better understanding of how to manage containers using Kubernetes. What you will learn Build your own container cluster Deploy and manage highly scalable, containerized applications with Kubernetes Build high-availability Kubernetes clusters Build a continuous delivery pipeline for your application Track metrics and logs for every container running in your cluster Streamline the way you deploy and manage your applications with large-scale container orchestration Who this book is for This book is for system administrators, developers, DevOps engineers, or any stakeholder who wants to understand how Kubernetes works using a recipe-based approach. Basic knowledge of Kubernetes and Containers is required.
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Mastering Kubernetes

Master the art of container management by using the power of Kubernetes, 2nd Edition

Author: Gigi Sayfan

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1788999975

Category: Computers

Page: 468

View: 8458

Exploit design, deployment, and management of large-scale containers Key Features Explore the latest features available in Kubernetes 1.10 Ensure that your clusters are always available, scalable, and up to date Master the skills of designing and deploying large clusters on various cloud platforms Book Description Kubernetes is an open source system that is used to automate the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. If you are running more containers or want automated management of your containers, you need Kubernetes at your disposal. To put things into perspective, Mastering Kubernetes walks you through the advanced management of Kubernetes clusters. To start with, you will learn the fundamentals of both Kubernetes architecture and Kubernetes design in detail. You will discover how to run complex stateful microservices on Kubernetes including advanced features such as horizontal pod autoscaling, rolling updates, resource quotas, and persistent storage backend. Using real-world use cases, you will explore the options for network configuration, and understand how to set up, operate, and troubleshoot various Kubernetes networking plugins. In addition to this, you will get to grips with custom resource development and utilization in automation and maintenance workflows. To scale up your knowledge of Kubernetes, you will encounter some additional concepts based on the Kubernetes 1.10 release, such as Promethus, Role-based access control, API aggregation, and more. By the end of this book, you’ll know everything you need to graduate from intermediate to advanced level of understanding Kubernetes. What you will learn Architect a robust Kubernetes cluster for long-time operation Discover the advantages of running Kubernetes on GCE, AWS, Azure, and bare metal Understand the identity model of Kubernetes, along with the options for cluster federation Monitor and troubleshoot Kubernetes clusters and run a highly available Kubernetes Create and configure custom Kubernetes resources and use third-party resources in your automation workflows Enjoy the art of running complex stateful applications in your container environment Deliver applications as standard packages Who this book is for Mastering Kubernetes is for you if you are a system administrator or a developer who has an intermediate understanding of Kubernetes and wish to master its advanced features. Basic knowledge of networking would also be helpful. In all, this advanced-level book provides a smooth pathway to mastering Kubernetes.
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60 Recipes for Apache CloudStack

Using the CloudStack Ecosystem

Author: Sébastien Goasguen

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 1491910100

Category: Computers

Page: 156

View: 5542

Planning to deploy and maintain a public, private, or hybrid cloud service? This cookbook’s handy how-to recipes help you quickly learn and install Apache CloudStack, along with several API clients, API wrappers, data architectures, and configuration management technologies that work as part of CloudStack’s ecosystem. You’ll learn how to use Vagrant, Ansible, Chef, Fluentd, Libcloud, and several other open source tools that let you build and operate CloudStack better and faster. If you’re an experienced programmer, system administrator, or DevOps practitioner familiar with bash, Git, package management, and some Python, you’re ready to go. Learn basic CloudStack installation from source, including features such as DevCloud, the CloudStack sandbox Get a step-by-step guide for installing CloudStack from packages on Ubuntu 14.04 using KVM Write your own applications on top of the CloudStack API, using CloudMonkey, Libcloud, jclouds, and CloStack Expose different APIs on CloudStack with the EC2Stack, Boto, and Eutester API wrappers Deploy applications easily, using Puppet, Salt, Ansible, Chef, and Vagrant Dive into cloud monitoring and storage with RiakCS, Fluentd, and Apache Whirr
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Cloud-Native Applications in Java

Build microservice-based cloud-native applications that dynamically scale

Author: Ajay Mahajan,Shyam Sundar,Munish Kumar Gupta

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1787128849

Category: Computers

Page: 406

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Highly available microservice-based web apps for Cloud with Java Key Features Take advantage of the simplicity of Spring to build a full-fledged application Let your applications run faster while generating smaller cloud service bills Integrate your application with various tools such as Docker and ElasticSearch and use specific tools in Azure and AWS Book Description Businesses today are evolving so rapidly that they are resorting to the elasticity of the cloud to provide a platform to build and deploy their highly scalable applications. This means developers now are faced with the challenge of building build applications that are native to the cloud. For this, they need to be aware of the environment, tools, and resources they’re coding against. If you’re a Java developer who wants to build secure, resilient, robust, and scalable applications that are targeted for cloud-based deployment, this is the book for you. It will be your one stop guide to building cloud-native applications in Java Spring that are hosted in On-prem or cloud providers - AWS and Azure The book begins by explaining the driving factors for cloud adoption and shows you how cloud deployment is different from regular application deployment on a standard data centre. You will learn about design patterns specific to applications running in the cloud and find out how you can build a microservice in Java Spring using REST APIs You will then take a deep dive into the lifecycle of building, testing, and deploying applications with maximum automation to reduce the deployment cycle time. Gradually, you will move on to configuring the AWS and Azure platforms and working with their APIs to deploy your application. Finally, you’ll take a look at API design concerns and their best practices. You’ll also learn how to migrate an existing monolithic application into distributed cloud native applications. By the end, you will understand how to build and monitor a scalable, resilient, and robust cloud native application that is always available and fault tolerant. What you will learn See the benefits of the cloud environment when it comes to variability, provisioning, and tooling support Understand the architecture patterns and considerations when developing on the cloud Find out how to perform cloud-native techniques/patterns for request routing, RESTful service creation, Event Sourcing, and more Create Docker containers for microservices and set up continuous integration using Jenkins Monitor and troubleshoot an application deployed in the cloud environment Explore tools such as Docker and Kubernetes for containerization and the ELK stack for log aggregation and visualization Use AWS and Azure specific tools to design, develop, deploy, and manage applications Migrate from monolithic architectures to a cloud native deployment Who this book is for Java developers who want to build secure, resilient, robust and scalable applications that are targeted for cloud based deployment, will find this book helpful. Some knowledge of Java, Spring, web programming and public cloud providers (AWS, Azure) should be sufficient to get you through the book.
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Kubernetes for Developers

Use Kubernetes to develop, test, and deploy your applications with the help of containers

Author: Joseph Heck

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1788830601

Category: Computers

Page: 374

View: 6843

A developer's field-guide to designing scalable services using Kubernetes Key Features Develop and run your software using containers within a Kubernetes environment Get hands-on experience of using Kubernetes with DevOps concepts such as continuous integration, benchmark testing, monitoring, and so on Pragmatic example-based approach showing how to use Kubernetes in the development process Book Description Kubernetes is documented and typically approached from the perspective of someone running software that has already been built. Kubernetes may also be used to enhance the development process, enabling more consistent testing and analysis of code to help developers verify not only its correctness, but also its efficiency. This book introduces key Kubernetes concepts, coupled with examples of how to deploy and use them with a bit of Node.js and Python example code, so that you can quickly replicate and use that knowledge. You will begin by setting up Kubernetes to help you develop and package your code. We walk you through the setup and installation process before working with Kubernetes in the development environment. We then delve into concepts such as automating your build process, autonomic computing, debugging, and integration testing. This book covers all the concepts required for a developer to work with Kubernetes. By the end of this book, you will be in a position to use Kubernetes in development ecosystems. What you will learn Build your software into containers Deploy and debug software running in containers within Kubernetes Declare and add configuration through Kubernetes Define how your application fits together, using internal and external services Add feedback to your code to help Kubernetes manage your services Monitor and measure your services through integration testing and in production deployments Who this book is for If you are a full-stack or back-end software developers interested, curious, or being asked to test as well as run the code you're creating, you can leverage Kubernetes to make that process simpler and consistent regardless of where you deploy. If you're looking for developer focused examples in NodeJS and Python for how to build, test, deploy, and run your code with Kubernetes, this is perfect for you.
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DevOps with Kubernetes

Accelerating software delivery with container orchestrators

Author: Hideto Saito,Hui-Chuan Chloe Lee,Cheng-Yang Wu

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1788398009

Category: Computers

Page: 382

View: 4575

Learn to implement DevOps using Docker & Kubernetes. About This Book Learning DevOps, container, and Kubernetes within one book. Leverage Kubernetes as a platform to deploy, scale, and run containers efficiently. A practical guide towards container management and orchestration Who This Book Is For This book is targeted for anyone, who wants to learn containerization and clustering in a practical way using Kubernetes. No prerequisite skills required, however, essential DevOps skill and public/private Cloud knowledge will accelerate the reading speed. If you're advanced readers, you can also get a deeper understanding of all the tools and technique described in the book. What You Will Learn Learn fundamental and advanced DevOps skills and tools Get a comprehensive understanding for container Learn how to move your application to container world Learn how to manipulate your application by Kubernetes Learn how to work with Kubernetes in popular public cloud Improve time to market with Kubernetes and Continuous Delivery Learn how to monitor, log, and troubleshoot your application with Kubernetes In Detail Containerization is said to be the best way to implement DevOps. Google developed Kubernetes, which orchestrates containers efficiently and is considered the frontrunner in container orchestration. Kubernetes is an orchestrator that creates and manages your containers on clusters of servers. This book will guide you from simply deploying a container to administrate a Kubernetes cluster, and then you will learn how to do monitoring, logging, and continuous deployment in DevOps. The initial stages of the book will introduce the fundamental DevOps and the concept of containers. It will move on to how to containerize applications and deploy them into. The book will then introduce networks in Kubernetes. We then move on to advanced DevOps skills such as monitoring, logging, and continuous deployment in Kubernetes. It will proceed to introduce permission control for Kubernetes resources via attribute-based access control and role-based access control. The final stage of the book will cover deploying and managing your container clusters on the popular public cloud Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud Platform. At the end of the book, other orchestration frameworks, such as Docker Swarm mode, Amazon ECS, and Apache Mesos will be discussed. Style and approach Readers will be taken through fundamental DevOps skills and Kubernetes concept and administration with detailed examples. It introduces comprehensive DevOps topics, including microservices, automation tools, containers, monitoring, logging, continuous delivery, and popular public cloud environments. At each step readers will learn how to leverage Kubernetes in their everyday lives and transform their original delivery pipeline for fast and efficient delivery.
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Cloud Native Programming with Golang

Develop microservice-based high performance web apps for the cloud with Go

Author: Mina Andrawos,Martin Helmich

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1787127966

Category: Computers

Page: 404

View: 3800

Discover practical techniques to build cloud-native apps that are scalable, reliable, and always available. Key Features Build well-designed and secure microservices. Enrich your microservices with continous integration and monitoring. Containerize your application with Docker Deploy your application to AWS. Learn how to utilize the powerful AWS services from within your application Book Description Awarded as one of the best books of all time by BookAuthority, Cloud Native Programming with Golang will take you on a journey into the world of microservices and cloud computing with the help of Go. Cloud computing and microservices are two very important concepts in modern software architecture. They represent key skills that ambitious software engineers need to acquire in order to design and build software applications capable of performing and scaling. Go is a modern cross-platform programming language that is very powerful yet simple; it is an excellent choice for microservices and cloud applications. Go is gaining more and more popularity, and becoming a very attractive skill. This book starts by covering the software architectural patterns of cloud applications, as well as practical concepts regarding how to scale, distribute, and deploy those applications. You will also learn how to build a JavaScript-based front-end for your application, using TypeScript and React. From there, we dive into commercial cloud offerings by covering AWS. Finally, we conclude our book by providing some overviews of other concepts and technologies that you can explore, to move from where the book leaves off. What you will learn Understand modern software applications architectures Build secure microservices that can effectively communicate with other services Get to know about event-driven architectures by diving into message queues such as Kafka, Rabbitmq, and AWS SQS. Understand key modern database technologies such as MongoDB, and Amazon’s DynamoDB Leverage the power of containers Explore Amazon cloud services fundamentals Know how to utilize the power of the Go language to access key services in the Amazon cloud such as S3, SQS, DynamoDB and more. Build front-end applications using ReactJS with Go Implement CD for modern applications Who this book is for This book is for developers who want to begin building secure, resilient, robust, and scalable Go applications that are cloud native. Some knowledge of the Go programming language should be sufficient.To build the front-end application, you will also need some knowledge of JavaScript programming.
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Kubernetes in Action

Author: Marko Luksa

Publisher: Manning Publications

ISBN: 9781617293726

Category: Computers

Page: 624

View: 7588

Summary Kubernetes in Action is a comprehensive guide to effectively developing and running applications in a Kubernetes environment. Before diving into Kubernetes, the book gives an overview of container technologies like Docker, including how to build containers, so that even readers who haven't used these technologies before can get up and running. Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications. About the Technology Kubernetes is Greek for "helmsman," your guide through unknown waters. The Kubernetes container orchestration system safely manages the structure and flow of a distributed application, organizing containers and services for maximum efficiency. Kubernetes serves as an operating system for your clusters, eliminating the need to factor the underlying network and server infrastructure into your designs. About the Book Kubernetes in Action teaches you to use Kubernetes to deploy container-based distributed applications. You'll start with an overview of Docker and Kubernetes before building your first Kubernetes cluster. You'll gradually expand your initial application, adding features and deepening your knowledge of Kubernetes architecture and operation. As you navigate this comprehensive guide, you'll explore high-value topics like monitoring, tuning, and scaling. What's Inside Kubernetes' internals Deploying containers across a cluster Securing clusters Updating applications with zero downtime About the Reader Written for intermediate software developers with little or no familiarity with Docker or container orchestration systems. About the Author Marko Luksa is an engineer at Red Hat working on Kubernetes and OpenShift. Table of Contents PART 1 - OVERVIEW Introducing Kubernetes First steps with Docker and Kubernetes PART 2 - CORE CONCEPTS Pods: running containers in Kubernetes Replication and other controllers: deploying managed pods Services: enabling clients to discover and talk to pods Volumes: attaching disk storage to containers ConfigMaps and Secrets: configuring applications Accessing pod metadata and other resources from applications Deployments: updating applications declaratively StatefulSets: deploying replicated stateful applications PART 3 - BEYOND THE BASICS Understanding Kubernetes internals Securing the Kubernetes API server Securing cluster nodes and the network Managing pods' computational resources Automatic scaling of pods and cluster nodes Advanced scheduling Best practices for developing apps Extending Kubernetes
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Kubernetes for Serverless Applications

Implement FaaS by effectively deploying, managing, monitoring, and orchestrating serverless applications using Kubernetes

Author: Russ McKendrick

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1788626125

Category: Computers

Page: 318

View: 6453

Transform yourself into a Kubernetes specialist in serverless applications. Key Features Get hands-on experience in installing, configuring, and using services such as Kubeless, Funktion, OpenWhisk, and Fission Learn how to launch Kubernetes both locally and in public clouds Explore the differences between using services such as AWS Lambda and Azure Functions and running your own Book Description Kubernetes has established itself as the standard platform for container management, orchestration, and deployment. It has been adopted by companies such as Google, its original developers, and Microsoft as an integral part of their public cloud platforms, so that you can develop for Kubernetes and not worry about being locked into a single vendor. This book will initially start by introducing serverless functions. Then you will configure tools such as Minikube to run Kubernetes. Once you are up-and-running, you will install and configure Kubeless, your first step towards running Function as a Service (FaaS) on Kubernetes. Then you will gradually move towards running Fission, a framework used for managing serverless functions on Kubernetes environments. Towards the end of the book, you will also work with Kubernetes functions on public and private clouds. By the end of this book, we will have mastered using Function as a Service on Kubernetes environments. What you will learn Get a detailed analysis of serverless/Functions as a Service Get hands-on with installing and running tasks in Kubernetes using Minikube Install Kubeless locally and launch your first function Launch Kubernetes in the cloud and move your applications between your local machine and your cloud cluster Deploy applications on Kubernetes using Apache OpenWhisk Explore topics such as Funktion and Fission installation on the cloud followed by launching applications Monitor a serverless function and master security best practices and Kubernetes use cases Who this book is for If you are a DevOps engineer, cloud architect, or a stakeholder keen to learn about serverless functions in Kubernetes environments, then this book is for you.
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Docker for Data Science

Building Scalable and Extensible Data Infrastructure Around the Jupyter Notebook Server

Author: Joshua Cook

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 1484230124

Category: Computers

Page: 257

View: 3569

Learn Docker "infrastructure as code" technology to define a system for performing standard but non-trivial data tasks on medium- to large-scale data sets, using Jupyter as the master controller. It is not uncommon for a real-world data set to fail to be easily managed. The set may not fit well into access memory or may require prohibitively long processing. These are significant challenges to skilled software engineers and they can render the standard Jupyter system unusable. As a solution to this problem, Docker for Data Science proposes using Docker. You will learn how to use existing pre-compiled public images created by the major open-source technologies—Python, Jupyter, Postgres—as well as using the Dockerfile to extend these images to suit your specific purposes. The Docker-Compose technology is examined and you will learn how it can be used to build a linked system with Python churning data behind the scenes and Jupyter managing these background tasks. Best practices in using existing images are explored as well as developing your own images to deploy state-of-the-art machine learning and optimization algorithms. What You'll Learn Master interactive development using the Jupyter platform Run and build Docker containers from scratch and from publicly available open-source images Write infrastructure as code using the docker-compose tool and its docker-compose.yml file type Deploy a multi-service data science application across a cloud-based system Who This Book Is For Data scientists, machine learning engineers, artificial intelligence researchers, Kagglers, and software developers
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Building Cloud Native Apps Painlessly

The Prescriptive Guide to Kubernetes and Jenkins X

Author: Robert Davies,Brian Dawson,James Rawlings,James Strachan

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781949260120

Category:

Page: N.A

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Managing Kubernetes

Operating Kubernetes Clusters in the Real World

Author: Brendan Burns,Craig Tracey

Publisher: O'Reilly Media

ISBN: 9781492033912

Category: Computers

Page: 200

View: 8994

Kubernetes has greatly simplified the task of deploying containerized applications to the cloud, but if you want to get the most out of this open source orchestrator, you need a dedicated team to manage it on a day-to-day basis. This practical book shows Site Reliability Engineers and DevOps Leads how to build, operate, manage, and upgrade a Kubernetes cluster, whether you're using cloud infrastructure or bare metal servers. Brendan Burns, co-founder of the Kubernetes platform, and Craig Tracey, Solutions Engineer at Heptio, take you through initial deployment, architectural choices for designing a cluster, monitoring and alerting, managing access control, and upgrading Kubernetes. By diving deep into Kubernetes management, your organization can take full advantage of this orchestrator's capabilities. Learn how your cluster operates, how developers use it to deploy applications, and how Kubernetes facilitates a developer's job Adjust, secure, and tune your cluster by understanding Kubernetes' APIs and configuration options Detect when things in the cluster break, and learn the steps necessary to respond and recover from these problems Determine how and when to add libraries, tools, and platforms that build on, extend, or otherwise improve the usage of a Kubernetes cluster
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