Kubernetes Best Practices: Blueprints for Building Successful Applications on Kubernetes (Paperback)
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In this practical guide, four Kubernetes professionals with deep experience in distributed systems, enterprise application development, and open source will guide you through the process of building applications with this container orchestration system. Based on the experiences of companies that are running Kubernetes in production successfully, many of the methods are also backed by concrete code examples.
This book is ideal for those already familiar with basic Kubernetes concepts who want to learn common best practices. You'll learn exactly what you need to know to build your best app with Kubernetes the first time.
- Set up and develop applications in Kubernetes
- Learn patterns for monitoring, securing your systems, and managing upgrades, rollouts, and rollbacks
- Understand Kubernetes networking policies and where service mesh fits in
- Integrate services and legacy applications and develop higher-level platforms on top of Kubernetes
- Run machine learning workloads in Kubernetes
About the Author
Brendan Burns is a distinguished engineer at Microsoft Azure and cofounder of the Kubernetes open source project. He's been building cloud applications for more than a decade.Eddie Villalba is a software engineer with Microsoft's Commercial Software Engineering division, focusing on open source cloud and Kubernetes. He's helped many real-world users adopt Kubernetes for their applications.Dave Strebel is a global cloud native architect at Microsoft Azure focusing on open source cloud and Kubernetes. He's deeply involved in the Kubernetes open source project, helping with the Kubernetes release team and leading SIG-Azure.Lachie Evenson is a principal program manager on the container compute team at Microsoft Azure. He's helped numerous people onboard to Kubernetes through both hands-on teaching and conference talks.