Develop & Deploy Java Springboot App on Kubernetes Cluster


Learn everything about Docker and Kubernetes in step by step manner by implementing it with SpringBoot and Minikube

What you will learn

You will know learn about Docker and Its Working

You will learn about Kubernetes and its Architecture

You will learn to create a SpringBoot and Implement Rest API

You will learn to Dockerize SpringBoot Application

You will learn to work with Minikube Single Node Kubernetes Cluster

You will learn to create Deployment and Service Object and deploy to Kubernetes cluster with command line

Description

In this course, you will learn everything about Docker and Kubernetes in step by step manner by implementing it with SpringBoot and Minikube.

We will learn about the Architecture/working of docker and its components.

We will also talk about some of the best practices that should be followed while using Kubernetes.

Then we will move on to understand the different deployment strategies that we have been following and what are the limitations of those approaches.

Why containerization is the best deployment strategy available now.

Why we need Kubernetes.

What problem does Kubernetes solves.

2-What is Container, Docker, Container Deployment and Challenges

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3-What is Kubernetes

4-Kubernetes cluster and concept of Node

5-Overview of Worker and Master Node and What is Namespaces

6-Worker Node, Kubelet, POD, Container

7-Master Node component – API Server

8-Master Node component – Controller Manager and its types

8-Master Node component – Scheduler

9-Master Node component – etcd key value store

10-Kubernetes Virtual Internal Network


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11-Deep Dive into POD and Service component

12-Replica and ReplicaSets

13-What is Deployment, how deployment works  What is, Kubectl, Helm chart

14-Options available for running Kubernetes cluster – Minikube, Azure Kubernetes Service, Elastic Kubernetes Service, Google Kubernetes Service

15-Different Types of Service

1-What is minikube and downloading the softwares

2-Installing and Starting Minikube

3-Verifying Minikube Cluster Installation with Kubectl commands

4-Generating Springboot Project from Spring Initializer

5-Importing Springboot Project To Intellij

6-Creatin Hello World Controller

7-Creating the Dockerfile for our Springboot App

8-Allowing Kubernetes to have access to local docker image and Building our image locally

9-Creating Deployment, Accessing Deployment details, Getting Pod info and Pod ogs

10-Creating a NodePort service on our deployment and exposing it and Accessing Kubernetes Dashboard

11-Accessing the Springboot App running inside Pod

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Content

Introduction & Installation Setup

Course Introduction
Installing Java Intellij Maven Postman SpringInitializer
Installing-Docker-Desktop

All About Docker

Why Docker
What is Docker
Benefits of using Docker
Docker working workflow

All About Kubernetes

What is Traditional and Virtualized mode of Application Deployment
What is Container, Docker, Container Deployment and Challenges
What is Kubernetes
Kubernetes cluster and concept of Node
Overview of Worker and Master Node and What is Namespaces
Worker Node, Kubelet, POD, Container
Master Node component – API Server
Master Node component – Controller Manager and its types
Master Node component – Scheduler
Master Node component – etcd key value store
Kubernetes Virtual Internal Network
Deep Dive into POD and Service component
Replica and ReplicaSets
What is Deployment, how deployment works What is, Kubectl, Helm chart
Options available for running Kubernetes cluster – Minikube, AKS, EKS, GKS
Different Types of Service

Develop and Deploy Springboot to Kubernetes Cluster using Minikube

What is minikube and downloading the softwares
Installing and Starting Minikube
Verifying Minikube Cluster Installation with Kubectl commands
Generating Springboot Project from Spring Initializer
Importing Springboot Project To Intellij
Creating Hello World Controller
Creating the Dockerfile for our Springboot App
Allowing Kubernetes to have access to local docker image and Building our image
Creating Deployment, Accessing Deployment details, Getting Pod info
Creating a NodePort service and exposing it and Accessing Kubernetes Dashboard
Accessing the Springboot App running inside Pod
Understanding Deployment object with Yaml and How to execute it on K8S Cluster
Understanding Service object with Yaml and How to execute it on K8S Cluster
Creating Deployment and Service YAML files for SpringBoot App and Commands

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