Giới thiệu về Microservices, Docker và Kubernetes

Kubernetes Là Gì? Vai Trò Và Các Thuật Ngữ Phổ Biến

(viết tắt là k8s) giúp quý khách hoàn toàn có thể quản lí lý (hoặc “điều phối”) tất cả những lượng việc làm được chứa chấp trong container của bạn, bao gồm cung cấp cho, connect mạng, cân nặng bởi tải, bảo mật thông tin và mở rộng lớn quy tế bào. rất có thể chạy độc lập mà không muốn có Kubernetes, nhưng Kubernetes không thể hoạt động mà không có dịch vụ container như Docker. Kubernetes góp con người ta chủng loại bỏ rất nhiều các quy trình tay chân liên quan lại đến việc khai triển và mở rộng lớn những containerized applications.

Tiêu đề video: Introduction to Microservices, Docker, and Kubernetes

Độ dài: 00:55:08, Ngày đăng: 2017-11-08 11:50:19

Tác giả: James Quigley

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Tìm hiểu kiến ​​thức cơ bản về Microservices, Docker và Kubernetes. Demo mã bắt đầu lúc 18:45. Tôi làm rối thiết bị đầu cuối trong vài phút đầu tiên, nhưng tôi đã sửa nó vào lúc 21:50. Âm thanh bị vọng lại một vài lần, nhưng nó sẽ biến mất nhanh chóng. Xin lỗi vì điều đó! YAML: Dockerfile: Cách chứa ứng dụng Node: Gói-khóa Bài đăng trên blog :.

Container Deployment

Container cực kỳ dễ để chạy, các bạn dev có thể dùng container nhằm tạo nên ra môi ngôi trường nhằm dev trả hảo vào vài giây, tuy nhiên khi dùng container ở môi trường production thì không giản dị như vậy. Điều đó không có tức thị bạn dạng thân những container ko hữu ích. Các container đã trở nên trọng tâm chính của không ít doanh nghiệp muốn tiền phong vào đưa đổi số và có vận tốc ra đôi mắt công ty mới mẻ nhanh chóng.

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  1. Amazing video James! thank you for sharing knowledge!!

  2. Excellent presentation. Thank you for taking the time to make this!

  3. krishang patni

    You are the best, each and every information is so precise.

    Hats off for your efforts.

    Very good video for beginners.

    Thank you very much sir.

  4. Ravindra Koli

    Amazing explanation James, your articulation made me understand the basic of docker and kubernetes, lots of gratitude.

  5. David Chambers

    The word is wriTTen – there are two T's in WRITTEN. STOP SAY WRI-EN – you sound like an idiot.

  6. Great video, nice examples and video length

  7. francisco busleiman

    This was the largest hour in my life

  8. Nilesh Munnur

    I am building a containerized web application that has a .net frontend container and a REST Api backend container.

    I'd like to know which of these options is the best for our needs:

    ·        Deploy everything in the same cluster and node pool and let kubernetes manage and scale them as needed

    ·        Deploy everything in the same cluster and 2 different node pools with different machine types and node limits for frontend and backend

    ·        Deploy frontend and backend in different clusters all together with a single node pool each

  9. Umar Adamu Jere

    After almost 30hrs of video and online docs and article..
    I Finally understand kubernetes , containers and how they stack

  10. Where does k8s know about the hosts? Every demo I've seen k8s creates m replicas but nobody shows it pointing to n nodes

  11. came in with zero knowledge in these.. after getting disappointing with some other popular videos in YouTube ..but this one was really helpful and to the point. I know understand the concept ! Thank you

  12. Eyasped Assefa

    Great presentation.

  13. Majid Zarrinkolah

    James your presentation is great. Thank you so much.

  14. this video requires correction. diagram of kubernetes was not accurate

  15. Spiker985 Studios

    As another person mentioned below, the YAML deployment file is slightly off, using 8081, 8080, and 30002 instead of 8080, 80, and 30001

    But besides that, and the advice of @Артем Вовченко this has been an excellent tutorial thus far

  16. Perfect explanation 👌🏼

  17. I just graduated with a CS degree less than a year ago and nobody even mentioned this stuff. Thanks for putting it up here.

  18. there wasnt a single second where i wasnt interested in this presentation, amazing

  19. many thanks

  20. Артем Вовченко

    I don't know why, but image, labels and ports in file provided in the description and in video don't match. So check it before applying. Also put
    app: hello-world
    inside Deployment, inside spec

    If for example service didn't create, but deployment did, you can delete it by running
    kubectl delete deployment myappdeployment
    same goes for service
    kubectl delete service exampleservice
    and then apply deployment file again

  21. Md parvaj islam

    Thank you very much

  22. Diligence Humility

    I am looking to make a scalable application, but I don't wanna go full micro service.
    1. Isn't it fine to publish my monolithic API app to Kubernetes? (Having like 5 instances, scaling up to 10 if needed)
    2. Having 5 instances running is fine, but if all if them reads/writes to the same database, it's gonna be a bottleneck? How to tackle this problem?

  23. Best introductory video on the topics..from another James nonetheless..Thanks for doing this man.

  24. Kamalesh Pramanik

    Thank you so much James. This is advance stuff for me. Wanted to know how thing works as whole Microservices, Docker, and Kubernetes. Really helpful video.

  25. hi can anyone enlighten me what is the difference between the Pods and Containers? In the example given on the video it feels like they are the same

  26. Jamiu Adeleke

    Very interesting.Have you used KNative? any opinions on it?

  27. I like your 2-row cli prompt you are running in your host, can you share how you set it up?

  28. abhishek sinha

    very nicely explained and great demo !!!

  29. Awesome. Love it

  30. This is excellent james. Thanks so much for sharing!

  31. reading curious3

    Excellent overview. thanks

  32. that was a gr8 performance .thanks

  33. Indian Food Tadka

    Nice session

  34. Nice intro James. What's the name of the terminal app you used for this video?

  35. Satvinder Bindra

    a very comprehensive video ..thanks for making & sharing it !! love and regards from India 🌺 …SUBSCRIBED🤘

  36. That was really good thanks. The code demo bit (18:45->21.50) was annoying but I saw your explanation in the description above. It's funny, you were trying to be helpful by increasing the font size (It seems no good deed goes unpunished 🙂 ). I learned a lot. I might watch it again several times to absorb more.

  37. congrats!
    hint: if you add your user to docker group you don't need to use sudo and elevate your privileges to root:)

  38. Nirvikalpa Samadhi

    with the provided file it does not work. just copied and pasted and got this error: unable to recognize "deployment.yml": no matches for kind "Deployment" in version "extensions/v1beta1"

  39. Kennedy Masiolo

    Hi am new to this but thank you for a great intro to Kubernetes and docker, i know its probably 4years ago but my question is what about if i like to reference to a docker image on my machine instead of one that i have pushed to docker-hub how do create the deployment.

  40. Masoud Naghizade

    others just try to brag with throwing shit ton of jargons in Talks and you dont understand a thing!but you just nailed it bro.thanks for this

  41. Novacification

    I know it is supposed to be the case but I don't see any scenario where YAML is more readable than JSON

  42. SathishRTSKumar

    Nice introduction for beginners

  43. You made it too simple to understand thank you 😊

  44. I am new to technological stuff. But I understood the whole video. Please make more videos.. Thank you very much for this informative video.

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