Training & Certifications


The Kubernetes training program offered by Multimatics is a comprehensive and hands-on learning experience designed to equip participants with the knowledge and skills needed to effectively deploy, manage, and scale containerized applications using Kubernetes. The training material is prepared based on the latest edition of Kubernetes, accompanied by discussions and exercises to work on the questions. This program covers a wide range of topics, from the fundamentals of containerization to advanced Kubernetes concepts, empowering participants to become proficient Kubernetes administrators and operators.

By the end of the program, participants will be able to understand:

  1. Demonstrate the ability to do basic installation
  2. Configure and manage production-grade Kubernetes clusters
  3. Understand of key concepts such as Kubernetes networking, storage, security, maintenance, logging and monitoring, application lifecycle, troubleshooting, and API object primitives
  4. Establish basic use-cases for end users

This program is suitable for Kubernetes administrators, cloud administrators and other IT professionals who manage Kubernetes instances.

This program is a 5-day intensive training class.

There is no specific requirement to join this program. However, the basic knowledge, skills and experience of the following are recommended:

  1. Configuration management tools
  2. Linux and/or Windows Server

There is no certification exam for this program.

  1. Understand storage classes, persistent volumes
  2. Understand volume mode, access modes and reclaim policies for volumes
  3. Understand persistent volume claims primitive
  4. Know how to configure applications with persistent storage
  1. Evaluate cluster and node logging
  2. Understand how to monitor applications
  3. Manage container stdout & stderr logs
  4. Troubleshoot application failure
  5. Troubleshoot cluster component failure
  6. Troubleshoot networking
  1. Understand deployments and how to perform rolling update and rollbacks
  2. Use ConfigMaps and Secrets to configure applications
  3. Know how to scale applications
  4. Understand the primitives used to create robust, self-healing, application deployments
  5. Understand how resource limits can affect Pod scheduling
  6. Awareness of manifest management and common templating tools
  1. Manage role based access control (RBAC)
  2. Use Kubeadm to install a basic cluster
  3. Manage a highly-available Kubernetes cluster
  4. Provision underlying infrastructure to deploy a Kubernetes cluster
  5. Perform a version upgrade on a Kubernetes cluster using Kubeadm
  6. Implement etcd backup and restore
  1. Understand host networking configuration on the cluster nodes
  2. Understand connectivity between Pods
  3. Understand ClusterIP, NodePort, LoadBalancer service types and endpoints
  4. Know how to use Ingress controllers and Ingress resources
  5. Know how to configure and use CoreDNS
  6. Choose an appropriate container network interface plugin

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