• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

Container orchestration is an essential DevOps practice for managing containers in diversified environments. It provides portability and scalability by orchestrating containerized application management in multi-cloud environments.

In this course, you'll start by examining cloud application-level orchestration, the orchestration layer, and the container orchestration tools for virtual machine and container allocation. You'll then outline the architectures used in multi-cloud and multi-cluster environments and cloud orchestration reference systems used for TOSCA-complaint container cluster federation.

Next, you'll explore orchestration in managing multi-cloud environments and container orchestration in implementing CI/CD pipelines. You'll implement a pool of Docker hosts into a single virtual server and set up container clusters using Amazon Elastic Container Service and Fargate. Lastly, you'll deploy Azure Kubernetes Service clusters, use Kubernetes Cluster Autoscaler, and create multi-cloud Docker clusters with Docker Swarm.

Learning Objectives

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Framework Connections

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