kubectl: Command-Line Kubernetes in a Nutshell

kubectl: Command-Line Kubernetes in a Nutshell

eBook Details:

  • Paperback: 136 pages
  • Publisher: WOW! eBook (November 20, 2020)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1800561873
  • ISBN-13: 978-1800561878

eBook Description:

kubectl: Command-Line Kubernetes in a Nutshell: Manage Kubernetes applications using kubectl and discover the different Kubernetes clusters

The kubectl command line tool lets you control Kubernetes clusters to manage nodes in the cluster and perform all types of Kubernetes operations. This introductory guide will get you up to speed with kubectl in no time.

The book is divided into four parts, touching base on the installation and providing a general overview of kubectl in the first part. The second part introduces you to managing Kubernetes clusters and working with nodes. In the third part, you’ll be taken through the different ways in which you can manage Kubernetes applications, covering how to create, update, delete, view, and debug applications. The last part of the book focuses on various Kubernetes plugins and commands. You’ll get to grips with using Kustomize and discover Helm, a Kubernetes package manager. In addition to this, you’ll explore how you can use equivalent Docker commands in kubectl.

  • Get to grips with the basic kubectl commands
  • Delve into different cluster nodes and their resource usages
  • Understand the most essential features of kubectl
  • Discover how to patch Kubernetes deployments with Kustomize
  • Find out ways to develop and extend kubectl tools with their own plugins
  • Explore how to use Helm as an advanced tool for deploying apps

By the end of this kubectl: Command-Line Kubernetes in a Nutshell book, you’ll have learned how to install and update an application on Kubernetes, view its logs, and inspect clusters effectively.

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2 Responses

  1. March 3, 2021

    […] machines and explore the different components of the control plane. Next, you will work with the kubectl command-line tool; namespaces, labels, selectors, and annotations – common resources used through the Kubernetes […]

  2. March 3, 2021

    […] machines and explore the different components of the control plane. Next, you will work with the kubectl command-line tool; namespaces, labels, selectors, and annotations – common resources used through the Kubernetes […]

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