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Kubernetes Course Overview

Our Certified Kubernetes Administrator training in Dallas will help you prepare for the CKA exam. The Certified Kubernetes Administrator course in Dallas covers all domains and will guide in application lifecycle management, configuration & verification, installation, networking, planning, cluster maintenance, and troubleshooting.

Kubernetes Certification Dallas Key Features

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  • 11 real-life projects
  • Flexibility to choose classes
  • Industry-recognized Kubernetes course completion certificate

Skills Covered

  • KubeAPI server and scheduler
  • Kubelets
  • Scheduling pods
  • Logging and monitoring clusters
  • Application lifecycle management
  • Cluster maintenance
  • Security and authentication
  • Storage and volumes
  • DNS Networking CoreDNS CNI
  • Application failures
  • Control panel failures
  • Network failures
  • Azure Kubernetes

Training Options

Self-Paced Learning

$ 799

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$ 999

  • Everything in Self-Paced Learning, plus
  • 90 days of flexible access to online classes
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Kubernetes Training Course Curriculum


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Course Content

  • Section 01: Self Paced Learning Curriculum

    • Lesson 01: Introduction

      • 1.01 Introduction
      • 1.02 Learning Objective
      • 1.03 Microservices
      • 1.04 Need for Microservices
      • 1.05 Vertualization
      • 1.06 Containers
      • 1.07 Docker
      • 1.08 Use Cases of Docker
      • 1.09 Concept of Containerization
      • 1.10 Docker Vs. Virtualization
      • 1.11 Docker Architecture
      • 1.12 Docker as Prerequisite for Kubernetes
      • 1.13 Kubernetes
      • 1.14 Summary
    • Lesson 02: Docker

      • 2.01 Learning Objectives
      • 2.02 Container on Docker Host
      • 2.03 Docker Installation on Ubuntu
      • 2.04 Docker Installation on Ubuntu using Docker Repository
      • 2.05 Docker Installation on Ubuntu using Package
      • 2.06 Docker Installation on Ubuntu using Automated Scripts
      • 2.07 Docker Installation on Ubuntu using Automated Scripts
      • 2.08 Working with Docker Container
      • 2.09 List Docker Container
      • 2.10 Start or Stop or Exit Containers
      • 2.11 Naming Containers
      • 2.12 Docker Networks
      • 2.13 Summary
      • 2.14 Demo: Docker
    • Lesson 03: Docker Orchestration

      • 3.01 Learning Objectives
      • 3.02 Orchestration of Containers
      • 3.03 Docker Swarm
      • 3.04 Docker Swarm Features
      • 3.05 Kubernetes Architecture
      • 3.06 Kubernetes Vs. Docker Swarm
      • 3.07 Docker Compose
      • 3.08 Container Logs
      • 3.09 Docker Compose Configuration
      • 3.10 Web Application Deployment
      • 3.11 Summary
      • 3.12 Demo: Docker
    • Lesson 04: Overview of Kubernetes

      • 4.01 Learning objectives
      • 4.02 Introduction to Kubernetes
      • 4.03 Relationship between Kubernetes and Containers
      • 4.04 Kubernetes Architecture
      • 4.05 Kubernetes Master Components
      • 4.06 Kubernetes Node Components
      • 4.07 Deployment using Pod or Container
      • 4.08 Summary
    • Lesson 05: Kubernetes Deployment

      • 5.01 Learning Objectives
      • 5.02 VirtualBox
      • 5.03 Ubuntu VM on Oracle VirtualBox
      • 5.04 Minikube
      • 5.05 Kubectl
      • 5.06 DashBoard
      • 5.07 Summary
      • 5.08 Demo: Kubernetes Deployment
    • Lesson 06: Kubernetes Pods, Deployments and Replicasets

      • 6.01 Learning Objectives
      • 6.02 YAML
      • 6.03 Imperative Management of Kubernetes Objects
      • 6.04 Kubernetes Pods
      • 6.05 Kubernetes Deployments
      • 6.06 Kubernetes ReplicaSets
      • 6.07 Kubernetes Services
      • 6.08 Summary
      • 6.09 Demo: Kubernetes Pods Deployments and Replica Sets
    • Lesson 07: Kubernetes Networking and Storage

      • 7.01 Learning Objectives
      • 7.02 Kubernetes Networking
      • 7.03 Kubernetes Networking Architecture: Part One
      • 7.04 Kubernetes Networking Architecture: Part Two
      • 7.05 Volumes
      • 7.06 Persistent Volumes
      • 7.07 Persistent Volume Life Cycle
      • 7.08 Summary
    • Lesson 08: Kubernetes Implementation

      • 8.01 Learning Objective
      • 8.02 Deploying Kubernetes Application
      • 8.03 Kubernetes Namespace
      • 8.04 Kubernetes Labels and Selectors
      • 8.05 Kubernetes DaemonSets
      • 8.06 Kubernetes Volumes
      • 8.07 Kubernetes Jobs and Cron Jobs
      • 8.08 Kubernetes ConfigMaps and Secrets
      • 8.09 Summary
      • 8.10 Demo: ConfigMap
      • 8.11 Demo: CronJob
      • 8.12 Demo: DaemonSet
      • 8.13 Demo: Job
      • 8.14 Demo: Secret
      • 8.15 Demo: Deployment
      • 8.16 Demo: Labels Sectors
      • 8.17 Demo: Namespace PodInNamespace
    • Lesson 09: Kubernetes Clusters

      • 9.01 Learning Objective
      • 9.02 Kubernetes Scaling
      • 9.03 Kubernetes Autoscaling
      • 9.04 Kubernetes Rolling Updates
      • 9.05 Kubernetes RollBack
      • 9.06 Kubernetes Pod CPU and Memory Reservations
      • 9.07 Summary
      • 9.08 Demo Kubernetes Scaling and Kubernetes Cluster
  • Section 02: Live Virtual Class Curriculum

    • Lesson 01: Course Introduction

      • Introduction to Kubernetes
      • CKA and its importance
      • Learning Path
      • Program Outline
      • Course Outline
      • Course Components
      • Course Completion Criteria
    • Lesson 02: Core Concepts

      • Overview
      • Assisted Practice: Create and Configure Kubernetes Cluster
      • Etcd
      • Controller
      • Scheduler
      • Kubelet
      • Kube Proxy
      • Pods
      • Assisted Practice: Configure Pods
      • Assisted Practice: Create Openshift Pods
      • ReplicaSets
      • Deployments
      • Assisted Practice: Creating and Configuring the Deployment
      • Services, Load Balancing & Networking
      • Containers
      • Assisted Practice: Understanding Basic Commands of Kubernetes
      • Policies
      • Assisted Practice: Creating Jobs
      • Knowledge checks
      • Fetch cluster specific configuration on running cluster
    • Lesson 03: Kubernetes Cluster

      • Cluster Architecture overview
      • Configuring a Cluster
      • Managing and Administering Clusters
      • Assisted Practice: Managing and Administrating a Kubernetes Cluster
      • Node
      • Assisted Practice: Understanding the Working of Nodes
      • Assisted Practice: Understanding and Deploying the First Pod
      • Assisted Practice: Deploying Pod and assigning Service to it
      • Control Plane–Node Communication
      • Understanding Controllers
      • Importance of Cloud Controller Manager
      • Working with kubeadm
      • Assisted Practice: Working with Kubeadm
      • Assisted Practice: Kubernetes Dashboard
      • Managing a Cluster Using kubelet
      • Role-Based Access Controller
      • Assisted Practice: Kubernetes Dashboard Role-Based Access Control(RBAC)
      • Assisted Practice: RBAC using Namespace
      • API Server
      • Achieving High Availability
      • Backup, Restoration of etcd Cluster Data
      • Assisted Practice: Backing up and Restoring Etcd Cluster Data
      • Version Upgrade on Kubernetes Cluster
      • Assisted Practice: Upgrading Control Plane's Kubernetes Versions
      • Managing Kubernetes Objects
      • Assisted Practice: Managing the Kubernetes Objects
      • Knowledge Checks
      • Managing multiple namespaces with respective role
    • Lesson 04: Workloads

      • Overview of Workloads
      • Deployment
      • Assisted Practice: Deploying Multitier Application Using Kubernetes​
      • Assisted Practice: Deploying Multitier Application Postgres and Gogs​
      • Assisted Practice: Deploying Voting Application​
      • Understanding Pods
      • Pod Lifecycle
      • Assisted Practice: Understanding Pod Lifecycle
      • Working on Pod Allocation
      • Assisted Practice: Nodename and Nodeselector Affinity​
      • Init Containers
      • Assisted Practice: Using Init Containers​
      • Assisted Practice: Using Multi-Init Containers​
      • Managing Container Resources
      • Assisted Practice: Managing Container Resources
      • Health Monitoring
      • Multi Pod Containers
      • Pod Topology Spread Constraints
      • ReplicaSet
      • Assisted Practice: Replicasets and Metrics Server​
      • Static Pods
      • Assisted Practice: Understanding Static Pods
      • Application Configuration
      • ConfigMap and Secrets
      • Assisted Practice: Understanding Config Maps and Secrets
      • Achieving Scalability
      • Assisted Practice: Configuring Liveness Probes​
      • Assisted Practice: Understanding Horizontal Pod Autoscaling​
      • Building Self-Healing Pods with Restart Policies
      • Manifest Management and Common Templating Tools
      • Knowledge Checks
      • MySQL and wordpress installation Kubernetes
    • Lesson 05: Scheduling

      • Scheduler Overview
      • Scheduling Frameworks
      • Kube-Scheduler
      • Node Selection in Kube-Scheduler
      • Assisted Practice: Understanding Node Selection in Kube-scheduler
      • Perform Rolling Updates on a DaemonSet
      • Rollbacks
      • Assisted Practice: Deployment of Image Versions via Rollout
      • Scheduler Performance Tuning
      • Scheduling Policies
      • Scheduling Profiles
      • Topology Management Policies
      • DaemonSet
      • Assisted Practice: Understanding DaemonSet
      • Assisted Practice: Understanding the Security Context
      • Pod Overhead
      • Performance Tuning
      • Assisted Practice: Understanding Pod Priority and Preemption
      • Managing Resources
      • Assisted Practice: Deployment of Flask Application with Redis
      • Knowledge Checks
      • HTTP Docker image rollout Kubernetes
    • Lesson 06: Services, Load Balancing, and Networking

      • Overview
      • Services
      • Assisted Practice: Multi-Port Services
      • Topology
      • Service Catalog
      • DNS for Services and Pods
      • Assisted Practice: Configuration of DNS for Services and Pods
      • Connecting Applications with Services
      • EndpointSlices
      • Assisted Practice: Configuration of EndpointSlices
      • Ingress
      • Assisted Practice: Understanding Transport Layer Security
      • Ingress Controllers
      • Assisted Practice: Setting up an Ingress
      • Network Policies
      • Adding Entries to Pod /etc/hosts With HostAliases
      • IPv4/IPv6 Dual-Stack
      • Cluster Networking
      • Assisted Practice: DENY all traffic to an application
      • Assisted Practice: LIMIT traffic to an application
      • Assisted Practice: DENY all traffic from other namespaces
      • Knowledge Checks
      • Implement Ingress for multiple containers with AKS
    • Lesson 07: Storage

      • Overview of Storage in Kubernetes
      • Volumes
      • Assisted Practice: Using_hostPath
      • Persistent Volumes
      • Assisted Practice: Configuring Pod Using PersistentVolume (PV) And PersistentVolumeClaim (PVC)
      • Volume Snapshots
      • CSI Volume Cloning
      • Storage Classes
      • Volume Snapshot Classes
      • Dynamic Volume Provisioning
      • Assisted Practice: Secret as Volume
      • Assisted Practice: Configmap as Volume by using Deployment
      • Storage Capacity
      • Ephemeral Volumes
      • Node-Specific Volume Limits
      • Knowledge Checks
      • Deploy WordPress and MySQL using persistent volume.
    • Lesson 08: Azure Kubernetes Service

      • Kubernetes in Cloud Environment
      • AKS Service Components
      • Assisted Practice: Create a Kubernetes Cluster Using AKS
      • Assisted Practice: Create Workloads in an AKS Cluster
      • Assisted Practice: Connecting AKS cluster from Windows PowerShell
      • Assisted Practice: Expose a Deployment as a Service
      • Assisted Practice: Deploy Application with Load Balancer
      • Assisted Practice: Dynamic Volumes
      • Assisted Practice: Monitoring clusters and Node Logs
      • Assisted Practice: Update Application
      • Assisted Practice: Upgrade AKS Cluster
      • Assisted Practice: Install NGINX Ingress Controller using Helm
      • Knowledge Checks
      • Deploy MySQL using Azure Dynamic Storage class.
    • Lesson 09: Troubleshooting and Kubernetes Case Studies

      • Overview of Troubleshooting in Kubernetes
      • Assisted Practice: Troubleshooting Kubernetes Cluster
      • Kubernetes Cluster Logging Architecture
      • Assisted Practice: Understanding Kubernetes Cluster Logging Architecture
      • Cluster and Node Logs
      • Assisted Practice: Understanding Cluster and Node Logs
      • Assisted Practice: Node Not Ready
      • Container Logs
      • Assisted Practice: Understanding Container Logs
      • Assisted Practice: Pod Logs
      • Assisted Practice: Events
      • Application Troubleshooting
      • Assisted Practice: Understanding Application Troubleshooting
      • Monitoring Tools
      • Assisted Practice: Monitoring Metrics API
      • Commands to Debug Networking Issues
      • Assisted Practice: Handling Component Failure Threshold
      • Assisted Practice: Troubleshooting Networking Issues
      • AKS Monitoring and Logging
      • Case Studies
      • Knowledge Checks

CKA Exam & Certification

Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) Training Course in Dallas
  • What is the weight distribution of each domain in this CKA Training in Dallas?

    The weights of the domains in Kubernetes Course Dallas are:

    • Application lifecycle management 8%
    • Installation, configuration, and validation 12%
    • Core concepts 19%
    • Networking 11%
    • Scheduling 5%
    • Security 12%
    • Cluster maintenance 11%
    • Logging and monitoring 5%
    • Storage 7%
    • Troubleshooting 10%

  • What is the duration of the CKA exam in Dallas?

    Applicants have three hours to complete the online CKA test, which consists entirely of achievement problems that experts must complete via a command-line interface. If you've never used Kubernetes before or only have a basic understanding of it, the Certified Kubernetes Administrator course in Dallas will be highly beneficial. Before you can easily pass the exam, you must first learn, prepare, and practice. The exam covers a wide range of Kubernetes subjects, as indicated in the preceding list because the Certified Kubernetes Administrator training in Dallas will be of great use to you.

  • For how long is my CKA certification in Dallas valid? How do I renew my Kubernetes certification in Dallas?

    The Kubernetes certification is authentic, stated in the Certified Kubernetes Administrator training in Dallas. To keep their CKA certification, candidates must retake the same exam (validity of the certification is for a two-year duration, beginning from the date of retake or clearing the exam). The Certified Kubernetes Administrator course in Dallas will help you pass the exam.

  • How valuable is the Kubernetes certification in Dallas?

    Most sectors are going to the cloud, and numerous are deploying and maintaining containers with Kubernetes. The Valuable Certified Kubernetes Administrator training in Dallas can benefit you a lot. Obtaining the CKA Certification through the Certified Kubernetes Administrator training in Dallas demonstrates that you are familiar with Kubernetes and capable of handling a Kubernetes administrator’s tasks.

  • What are the system requirements to take the CKA exam in Dallas?

    The Certified Kubernetes Administrator training in Dallas will guide you through the system requirements, including having a computer with Chrome or Chromium installed. Access to the internet that is reliable Webcam A microphone, speakers, and a headset are all included. Candidates are recommended to validate their system's compliance with the Kubernetes exam and the Certified Kubernetes Administrator course in Dallas using the compatibility check tool offered by the test proctoring partner.

  • What is the passing score for this CKA exam in Dallas?

    The Certified Kubernetes Administrator course in Dallas is critical to get a high grade. To be certified with the Kubernetes Administrator Exam, the person must complete the Certified Kubernetes Administrator training in Dallas and achieve at least 74 percent on the exam.

  • What is the weight distribution of each domain in this Kubernetes Course Dallas?

    The Certified Kubernetes Administrator training in Dallas is designed based on this weight distribution only. The following areas in Kubernetes Training Dallas are weighted differently: application lifecycle management (8%), installation, setup, and validation (12%), core concepts (19%), and networking (20 percent ). Protection accounts for 12% of overall expenditures, whereas preparation accounts for 5%. Cluster maintenance takes up 11 percent of the budget, logging and monitoring take up 5%, and storage takes up 5%. You can learn more about it at the Certified Kubernetes Administrator course in Dallas.

  • What do I need to do to unlock my Simplilearn's Kubernetes course certificate?

    To get the CKA certification, you must complete the following procedures and the Certified Kubernetes Administrator training in Dallas: Complete the Kubernetes self-study course online. Complete the Kubernetes course's end-of-course evaluation with a minimum score of 70%. You will learn a lot from the Certified Kubernetes Administrator course in Dallas.

  • How much does the CKA exam cost?

    The cost of  Certified Kubernetes Administrator training in Dallas is fair. The $300 Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) exam includes one free retake. Certified Kubernetes Administrator training in Dallas is required to acquire a decent score at an affordable price.

  • What Kubernetes version is running in the CKA exam environment?

    The  Certified Kubernetes Administrator training in Dallas helps you to know about the version details.  Certified Kubernetes Administrator training in Dallas uses the same version used in the exam. Kubernetes v1.13 is used in the Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) Examination environment. 

  • What are the latest CKA Exam changes?

    The  Certified Kubernetes Administrator training in Dallas will inform you of the latest change details.
    The following changes to the CKA test will go into effect on September 1, 2020:

    1. The exam lasts two hours.
    2. The most recent and upgraded Kubernetes software version is Kubernetes 1.19.
    3. The domains and percentages in the exam are as follows:
    • Cluster architecture, installation, and configuration consume 25% of the time.
    • Services and networking accounted for 20% of total revenue.
    • 30% troubleshooting
    • Workloads and Scheduling – 15% 10% storage

    You will get practice in the Certified Kubernetes Administrator training in Dallas based on the changes in the exam only. 

  • How is the CKA exam proctored?

    The  Certified Kubernetes Administrator training in Dallas will let you know about the protocols of this exam. The Kubernetes certification test is proctored using remote audio, video, and screen sharing streams. Screen sharing allows proctors to examine candidates' desktops. More details about this proctored exam are shared in the Certified Kubernetes Administrator training in Dallas.

  • What resources are candidates allowed to access during the Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) exam?

    During the exam, the candidates are restricted from using other applications, and the details about this are covered in the Certified Kubernetes Administrator training in Dallas. Applicants are only allowed to view materials as a single tab in Chrome on the following sites.

    The  Certified Kubernetes Administrator course in Dallas lets you know how and when to access these sites during the exam.

  • When will I receive my CKA Exam score?

    Typically, exams are graded within 24 hours of completion. The Certified Kubernetes Administrator training in Dallas gives more information on this. The Certified Kubernetes Administrator exam results are available within 36 hours of the exam's completion. The results will be available on My Portal for the candidates who took the Certified Kubernetes Administrator course in Dallas.

  • In which language(s) is the CKA exam available?

    The Certified Kubernetes Administrator training in Dallas lets you know about these details in depth. The Certified Kubernetes Administrator exam is available in English, German, Spanish, Portuguese, and Japanese. The Certified Kubernetes Administrator course in Dallas assists you on how to register for the required language.

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Kubernetes Course Dallas FAQs

  • How do I enroll in this Kubernetes training in Dallas?

    You can enroll for this CKA training in Dallas directly on our website and make an online payment using any of the following options:
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    Once payment is received, you will automatically receive a payment receipt and access information via email.

  • Can I cancel my enrollment to this Kubernetes course Dallas? Will I get a refund?

    Yes, you can cancel your enrollment to this Kubernetes training Dallas if necessary. We will refund the course price after deducting an administration fee. To learn more, you can view our refund policy.

  • Is this live Kubernetes course in Dallas or will I watch pre-recorded videos?

    All of the Kubernetes classes in Dallas are conducted live online. They are interactive sessions that enable you to ask questions and participate in discussions during class time. We do, however, provide recordings of each session you attend for your future reference.

  • What is Kubernetes?

    The official website describes Kubernetes as a portable, open-source platform that is used for managing containerized workloads and services, that facilitates both declarative configuration and automation. One of the most popular DevOps tools, Kubernetes, was released by Google as Container as a Service (CaaS). It can run on different cloud platforms including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, GCP, and more. 

  • What are the benefits of getting certified in Kubernetes?

    Getting certified in Kubernetes will demonstrate your skills and knowledge in using the tool. As Kubernetes is witnessing increased adoption, employers will need skilled professionals who can work on the tool. With the Container Orchestration using Kubernetes course, you will stand out among your peers and prove that you are capable of using the tool.

  • What are some preparation tips for CKA certification/exam

    To prepare for the CKA certification exam, you need to understand syllabus, check out what topics are covered in the exam, and dedicate your time accordingly. You should refer to the study guide provided by CNCF and have a clear understanding of Linux command lines. It is also recommended to take this Container Orchestration using Kubernetes course to better prepare and clear the exam in a single trial. 

  • What does the CKA Certification stand for?

    CKA stands for Certified Kubernetes Administrator and is offered by Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), in collaboration with The Linux Foundation. Within two years of its launch, over 1700 candidates achieved the certification and received career benefits. Professionals who are looking to enhance their career in DevOps can apply for this Kubernetes Training. 

  • Do you provide assistance for the CKA exam application process?

    Yes. Customers can contact us either by phone or chat if they need help completing the Container Orchestration using Kubernetes application form.

  • What is covered under the 24/7 Support promise?

    We offer 24/7 support through email, chat, and calls. We also have a dedicated team that provides on-demand assistance through our community forum. What’s more, you will have lifetime access to the community forum, even after completion of your course.

  • What are the various Kubernetes Job Roles?

    With the growing adoption of Kubernetes in organizations, many Kubernetes-related job roles have emerged recently. Some of them include Kubernetes Specialist, Kubernetes Administrator, Kubernetes Application Developer, Kubernetes Microservices Engineer, DevOps Engineer, and Principal Cloud Infrastructure Engineer. With our Kubernetes training, you can become eligible for all such roles

  • What is the average salary expectancy for Kubernetes Certified Professionals?

    A DevOps Engineer with skills in Kubernetes is capable of earning an average base pay of USD 108K in the US, as per Payscale. It can further increase up to USD 132K with relevant experience and achieving Kubernetes certification.

  • What is the duration of this Kubernetes Course?

    This Container Orchestration using Kubernetes training program consists of 50 hours of applied learning. The time you take to complete the course depends on your learning pace.

  • Is the Container Orchestration using Kubernetes course worth it?

    Kubernetes is one of the most widely used DevOps tools and our Kubernetes training course will help you become well-versed in using it. This course is definitely worth your time and effort if you are seeking a career in DevOps.

  • What are the best Kubernetes Training courses?

    You will find many Kubernetes courses online, but not all of them have high-quality training material and the most up-to-date information. You can rely on our Container Orchestration using Kubernetes to learn from industry experts and become job-ready. 

  • What are some good ways to learn Kubernetes?

    When you are trying to become well-versed in using a tool, theoretical knowledge isn’t enough. If you want to learn Kubernetes, merely going through a book or training material wouldn’t help.

    Our Container Orchestration using Kubernetes course includes demos, practical sessions, and industry projects to help you apply the concepts gained through the study material. This is the best way to learn Kubernetes. 

  • Are there common certifications for Kubernetes and Docker?

    No, currently there are no common certifications for Kubernetes and Docker combined. You may, however, find online courses that include both these tools and achieve a course completion certificate at the end. 

  • What value does Kubernetes provide to developers?

    Kubernetes is one of the most popular platforms among developers today. The tool is very extensible, updated frequently with new features, and allows developers to run their applications easily on a multi-cloud system. Developers also believe that, with Kubernetes, they are building a future-proof solution.

  • What is the value of a CKA certification in IT?

    Today, all major cloud vendors are supporting Kubernetes and providing unique solutions for it. The other orchestration tools are far behind Kubernetes in terms of adoption and popularity. So, if you have a Container Orchestration using Kubernetes course on your resume, you will find better job opportunities in the IT industry and stay ahead of your peers. 

  • What is the CKA Exam?

    The Certified Kubernetes Administrator, or CKA, exam is an online, proctored, performance-based test that requires candidates to solve multiple tasks from a command line running Kubernetes. The exam verifies an individual’s knowledge, competence, and skills to perform the responsibilities of a Kubernetes administrator.

  • What is the Difference Between CKA and CKAD?

    You will come across two certifications related to Kubernetes — the Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) and the Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD). While the CKA certification is designed to validate the skills required as an administrator and takes a more E2E approach to the understanding of the platform, the CKAD certification certifies that an individual can design, build, configure, and expose native cloud applications for Kubernetes. 

  • Is the Kubernetes course difficult to learn?

    It will be difficult for you if you've never used Kubernetes before or only have a fundamental basic understanding of it. You must first learn, prepare, and become proficient before you can easily pass the exam. Our Kubernetes course will teach you how to use it properly. If you want to work in DevOps, this course is worth the time and effort.

  • Is Kubernetes certification worth it?

    Companies are transitioning to the cloud, and many are deploying containers in production and managing them with Kubernetes. So, if you want to get into a dynamic work with a good salary, you should consider adding Kubernetes certification to your IT portfolio. The Kubernetes training will demonstrate that you understand the tool and can manage the obligations of a Kubernetes administrator.

  • What are the job roles/titles available after getting a Kubernetes certification?

    Many Kubernetes-related professional roles have lately evolved due to the increased adoption of Kubernetes by various enterprises. Kubernetes Specialist, Kubernetes Administrator, Kubernetes Application Developer, Kubernetes Microservices Engineer, DevOps Engineer, and Principal Cloud Infrastructure Engineer are available. You can qualify for all of these roles by completing our Kubernetes certification training.

  • What does a Kubernetes Administrator do?

    Their tasks as a Kubernetes administrator include building and implementing solutions to use a Kubernetes cluster, configuring hardware, peripherals, and services, maintaining settings and storage, and deploying cloud-native solutions. The Kubernetes certification ensures that CKAs have the skills, knowledge, and competency to carry out the obligations of Kubernetes administrators.

  • Which companies hire Kubernetes Administrators?

    Google, Robinhood, Shopify, Slack, Delivery Hero, Udemy, Nubank, and StackShare are among the companies that supposedly employ Kubernetes in their software stacks. A Kubernetes certification distinguishes your resume and sets you apart from the competition. As firms rely more and more on k8s, your experience will be a valuable asset to these organizations. The Kubernetes certification focuses on the abilities necessary to be a successful Kubernetes Administrator in these organizations today.

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  • PMP, PMI, PMBOK, CAPM, PgMP, PfMP, ACP, PBA, RMP, SP, and OPM3 are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.