Containerized applications are accessed over the network, but how are they connected to the network while staying isolated from each other? Participants of this training will learn about the different types of networking resources that facilitates the connectivity for containers, the Container Network Interface (CNI) as well as CNI plugins. Besides in-depth theoretical coverage students also do hands-on exercises in their own Kubernetes lab system.
Students should possess Linux container (e.g., Docker) and Kubernetes administration skills.
2 Days/Lecture & Lab
Those who can benefit from this course include system administrators, developers and devops who want to understand Kubernetes network features.
- Network Connectivity for Containers
- CNI – Container Network Interface
- CNI – Plugins
- Services deep dive