Amazon EKS Basics Guide
Everything you need to know about Amazon EKS
Note: 2.9/5 (32 notes) 18,011 students
Instructor(s): Learn Tech Plus
Last update: 2022-11-08
What you’ll learn
- Amazon EKS
- EKS Workshop
- Setup AWS Account
- Willingness to learn
- Have AWS Account Access
Have you always wanted to learn how to do use Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service but don’t know where to start?
Would you like to make amazing Kubernetes applications in AWS Cloud or on-premise and bring your ideas to life?
Then Amazon EKS Ultimate Course is for you!
Hi, I’m your instructor Josh Werner and I’ll be leading you through this course.
Amazon EKS is an in-demand skill in 2021.
The course begins with the basics. We’ll Cover everything you need to know about Amazon EKS from scratch.
I take you through everything you need to know to start building Kubernetes Applications like an expert.
Next, you’ll learn all the fundamentals of Amazon EKS.
This is great for students starting that need a refresher course on Amazon EKS.
There are no requirements necessary to enroll I only ask that you come open minded and ready to learn.
Feel Free to look through the course description and checkout some of my preview videos.
The course is packed with over 1 hour of hands-on tutorials
Here is what you will Learn:
02. Create AWS Account
02. Setup Account
03. Amazon EKS
04. Getting Started
06. Container Day
07. Managed Kubernetes Clusters
08. Used ekctl for launching nodes and single line management
09. Network & Security
10. Load balancing
11. Serverless Compute
12. Hybrid Deployments
14. Certified Conformant
15. Managed cluser updates
16. Support for advanced workloads
17. Open Source Tools
20. Versions & updates
21. Pricing & availability
22. Service Level Agreement
28. Storage & Data
So what are you waiting for? I look forward to going through course with you I’ll see you inside!
Who this course is for
- Beginner to Advanced Students wanting to Learn Amazon EKS
- Create AWS Account
- Setup Account
- Amazon EKS
- Getting Started
- Container Day
- Managed Kubernetes Clusters
- Used ekctl for launching nodes
- Network & Security
- Load balancing
- Serverless Compute
- Hybrid Deployments
- Certified Conformant
- Managed cluser updates
- Support for advanced workloads
- Open Source Tools
- Versions & Updates
- Pricing & Availability
- Service Level Agreement
- Storage & Data
- Amazon EKS
- What is Amazon EKS
- Getting Started with Amazon EKS
- Getting Started with eksctl
- Getting Started with the console
- Thank You
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