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Introduction to Serverless on Kubernetes (LFS157x)

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Introduction to Serverless on Kubernetes (LFS157x)

You will learn how to create serverless functions that run on any cloud without limitations on execution time, languages or code size. This course will give you an overview on how a serverless approach works with a Kubernetes-based cluster.

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Duration

14 hours
Video Content
14 hours
Level
Beginner
Instruction Type
Self Paced
Delivery Method
Online
Available on
Desktop, Laptop
Accessibility
Limited Access
Language
English
Subtitles
English

Skills

KubernetesKubernetes Cluster ArchitectureServerless ComputingServerless ArchitecturePython Programming

Learning Goals

Understand what serverless is starting with an overview of the CNCF landscape around serverless technologies
You'll learn how serverless can be made portable through the use of the Serverless 20 definition and Kubernetes, and explore the OpenFaaS toolchain, including: UI, CLI and REST API
You'll also learn about the OpenFaaS ecosystem, including the template store and function store for sharing functions and code templates
The course explores how to operate OpenFaaS with autoscaling, metrics, dashboards, upgrades, custom URLs, and versioning

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Prerequisites/Requirements

A basic knowledge of CLI tools and Linux administration
Some experience of the Python programming language
Experience with Kubernetes If you are a novice Kubernetes user, we highly recommend you take the Introduction to Kubernetes (LFS158x) MOOC on edX
A basic understanding of how Docker and containers work

Target Audience

Developers
IT operators

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