[Read] ➻ Kubernetes ➸ Kelsey Hightower – Valtrex-4.us

Kubernetes 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 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 AddressesDive Into Containerized Application Development, Using Containers Such As DockerCreate And Run Containers On Kubernetes, Using Docker S Image Format And Container RuntimeExplore Specialized Objects Essential For Running Applications In ProductionReliably Roll Out New Software Versions Without Downtime Or ErrorsGet Examples Of How To Develop And Deploy Real World Applications In Kubernetes

[Read] ➻ Kubernetes  ➸ Kelsey Hightower – Valtrex-4.us
  • Paperback
  • 202 pages
  • Kubernetes
  • Kelsey Hightower
  • English
  • 10 January 2017
  • 1491935677

    10 thoughts on “[Read] ➻ Kubernetes ➸ Kelsey Hightower – Valtrex-4.us


  1. says:

    You cannot make a book about death by yaml anyinteresting.


  2. says:

    I m really happy that this was first book about k8s that i ve read It s really good introduction into the topic with some background why things are done this way and not the other way round I would say its solid 4 I m giving 5 as this book helped me a lot with understanding what is what and how this all parts work tog...


  3. says:

    Anyone who had any contact with K8s knows that there s no one better qualified to create a book about it than K Hightower So when I ve started reading I ve already new that it will be either good or very good, nothing less Apparently, I was right it s a solid 4.5 it may get even better in a printed version I ve read an unreleased version with all the chapters, but before the final editing, w o some diagrams, etcGood stuff It s definitely successful in introducing the reader into Anyone who had any ...


  4. says:

    Very good introduction to Kubernetes, that explains the main concepts clearly and progressively It also nicely explains the architectural choices and the philosophy behind it being declarative and decoupled.On the could have been better nitpicking side There are not much details on the underlying SDN describes the basic configuration and functionality, but does not give pointers to figure out what s happening or how to swap it out The physical a...


  5. says:

    A great introduction to main kubernetes core concepts.It s a beginners book but is very easy to read.


  6. says:

    This is a review of the Early Release edition.To be concise the Early Release edition contains typos, a few technical errors, and a host of incomplete sections even within the available chapters The total length is about 90 pages and the list price at the time of writing this review was about 40 This may be a good book eventually, but ...


  7. says:

    Very good technical book about deployment, scaling and management of containerized applications, written by some of the engineers who originally developed Kubernetes at Google This is a new software architecture paradigm that will change how we build, deploy and maintain s...


  8. says:

    As promised, this is a nice, quick, bare bones intro to Kubernetes You ll deploy some Docker containers in Pods, create Services, work with ReplicaSets, DaemonSets, and StatefulSets, run a few Jobs, and learn how to manage configs, secrets, and deployments The Kubernetes project is moving so qui...


  9. says:

    This book provides great introduction to Kubernetes workflow It starts with explaining how infrastructure works, followed by common practices, containers and Docker, and then introduces Kubernetes.The book is not going too deep into technical details, it explains basic concepts, enough for newcomer to easily understand and utilize them.Almost all examples are cloud agnostic, allowing you to follow and test them on any cloud provider or on your own infrastructure There re instructions for setti This book provides great introduction to Kubernetes workflow It starts with explaining how infrastructure works, followed by common practices, containers and Docker, and then introduces Kubernetes.The book is not going too deep into technical details, it explains basic concepts, enough for newcomer to easily understand and utilize them.Almost all examples are cloud agnostic, allowing you to follow and test them on any cloud provider or on your own infrastructure There re instructions for setting up Kubernetes cluster on major cloud providers, as well as on Raspberry Pi by the end of the book.Through the book you ll use demo application to easily learn about all possibilities of Kubernetes By the end of the book you ll also learn how to set up real worl...


  10. says:

    The Kubernetes book we ve been waiting for.If you re using Kubernetes, you probably heard of Kelsey Hightower by now and anticipated a book by him Well, now partnered with O Reilly they deliver The book follows the standard narrative of the Up Running series go through different topics by providing the minimum ...

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