Master Containerization with AWS: Amazon ECS, EKS, Fargate
Learn how to manage docker containers using AWS ECS, AWS EKS, AWS Fargate. Learn fundamentals of Docker, Kubernetes, AWS
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Instructor(s): Pranjal Srivastava
Last update: 2021-12-11
What you’ll learn
- Learn the fundamental concepts of containerization technologies like docker and kubernetes
- Learn how to create and use docker images
- Learn how to create custom docker image using dockerfile
- Learn how to create Kubernetes YAML file
- Learn how to create public and private Elastic Container Registry
- Learn how to push docker image to ECR
- Learn how to provision and manage container on AWS cloud with Elastic Container Services, Elastic Kubernetes Services and AWS Fargate
- Learn to create tasks and services with AWS ECS
- Learn how to scale up/down an application using Kubernetes
- Learn how to create and use Amazon ECS and EKS Cluster
- Learn how to use eksctl, docker and kubectl command line.
- Docker Desktop and Minikube installed on system
- Understands the basic concepts of containerization technology
- Idea of system administration and linux commands will be good (Not mandatory)
Natural Language Processing [Coursera]
Containerization technologies are playing a big role in a modern software development. With the help of containers one can pack their code with required dependencies/lib to make an application to run anywhere. It enables IT organizations to become more agile and scalable.
In this course, you will learn about different containerization technologies like:
AWS ECR (Elastic Container Registry)
AWS ECS (Elastic Container Services) on EC2 (Elastic Cloud Compute)
AWS Fargate (Serverless ECS)
AWS EKS ( Elastic Kubernetes Services)
What is Docker ?
Docker is an open source platform for building, deploying, and managing containerized applications in mission to solve the ‘it works on my machine’ headache.
What is Kubernetes?
Kubernetes, also known as K8s, is an open-source container orchestration tool for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications.
What is AWS ECR?
Amazon Elastic Container Registry is a managed container image registry service just like docker hub or Red hat quay to store docker images.
What is AWS ECS?
Amazon Elastic Container Services is a fully managed container orchestration service that makes it easy for you to deploy, manage, and scale containerized applications.
What is AWS Fargate?
AWS Fargate enable to use Amazon ECS for running containers without managing servers or clusters of Amazon EC2 instances.
What is AWS EKS?
Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service is a managed Kubernetes (container orchestration) service that makes it easy for you to run Kubernetes on AWS.
Who this course is for
- Anyone whether Developer, Operations, or Sysadmin at any skill level.
- Beginner in containerization world wants to deploy locally deployed apps into production
- Basics: Docker and Kubernetes
- What is Docker? How it works?
- Why Docker?
- Architecture of Kubernetes
- What are Pods and Services
- AWS ECR (Elastic Container Registry)
- Building docker image locally
- Public ECR Repository
- Private ECR Repository
- AWS Fargate (Server-less compute for containers)
- Creating cluster for AWS Fargate
- Creating task for AWS Fargate
- Running Tasks for first time
- Accessing the application and creating more similar tasks
- AWS ECS Elastic Container Services
- Creating cluster for AWS ECS with EC2
- Defining Task
- Running Task
- Creating and Running Services
- AWS EKS Elastic Kubernetes Services
- Installing eksctl
- Creating Cloudformation stack
- Starting up minikube cluster
- Creating Pod with ECR image
- Creating Replicaset and Scaling UP/DOWN
- Configuring Kubernetes cluster
- Creating Deployment and Service
- Accessing application
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