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All Cloud Docker & Kubernetes + CKA | CKAD | DCA Certification Training in Pune
Duration 70 Hours Instructor Led Training
7 Real Projects + 50 + Assignments + Use Case Studies + Job Oriented Scenarios + Migration and Implementation Techniques
Contents Covered

1. Open Source- Docker & Kubernetes
2. AWS-Docker & Kubernetes
3. Azure-Docker & Kubernetes

4. GCP-Docker & Kubernetes

5. CKA – Certified Kubernetes Administrator
6. CKAD – Certified Kubernetes Application Developer
7. DCA – Docker Certified Administrator
Course Content
Open Source- Docker & Kubernetes
Docker – Overview
Docker – Installing Docker on Linux
Docker – Installation
Docker – Hub
Docker – Images
Docker – Images Lifecycle
Docker – Containers
Docker – Containers Lifecycle
Docker – Working With Containers
Docker – Architecture
Docker – Configuring
Docker – Containers & Shells
Docker – File
Docker – Building Files
Building a Web Server Docker File
Docker – Public Repositories
Docker – Managing Ports
Docker – Private Registries
Docker – Instruction Commands
Docker – Container Linking
Docker – Storage
Docker – Networking
Docker – Setting NGINX
Docker – Toolbox
Docker – Logging
Docker – Compose
Kubernetes – Overview
Kubernetes – Architecture
Kubernetes – Setup
Kubernetes – Images
Kubernetes – Jobs
Kubernetes – Labels & Selectors
Kubernetes – Namespace
Kubernetes – Node
Kubernetes – Service
Kubernetes – Pod
Kubernetes – Replication Controller
Kubernetes – Replica Sets
Kubernetes – Deployments
Kubernetes – Volumes
Kubernetes – Secrets
Kubernetes – Network Policy
Advanced Kubernetes
Kubernetes – API
Kubernetes – Kubectl
Kubernetes – Kubectl Commands
Kubernetes – Creating an App
Kubernetes – App Deployment
Kubernetes – Autoscaling
Kubernetes – Dashboard Setup
Kubernetes – Monitoring
AWS-Docker & Kubernetes
Elastic Container Registry
What Is Amazon Elastic Container Registry?
Components of Amazon ECR
Authorization Token
Repository Policy
Elastic Container Service
Docker Container Concepts
An intro to Amazon ECS
Terms and architecture
Task Definition
ECS Container Instances and ECS Container Agents
Elastic Kubernetes Service
Overview: Installing Kubernetes
Installing Dependencies
Installing the Latest Kubernetes
Exploring Your Kubernetes Installation
Kubernetes Architecture and Design
Achieving High-Availability
Scaling Kubernetes
Configuration Best Practices
Creating and Decoding Secrets
Using Secrets in Applications
Overview: Docker Containerization
Installing Docker and Building the Image
Deploying Your Docker Container
Interacting With Your Container
Hands-on Kubernetes on AWS
Azure-Docker & Kubernetes
Azure container registry
Docker Container Concepts
Deploying Containers
Multi-container Applications
Azure Container Registry
Azure Container Clustering Options
Installing ACS
Azure Container Service
Introduction to Azure Container Service
Azure Container Instances
Creating your first container in Azure
Azure Marketplace containers
Container orchestration
Azure Kubernets Services
What is AKS?
Kubernetes core concepts for AKS
Install the Kubernetes CLI
Baseline architecture for an AKS cluster
Clusters and workloads
Access and identity
Deploy an Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) cluster
Create a Kubernetes cluster
Connect to cluster using kubectl
Deploy the application
Scale applications
Update an application
Upgrade Kubernetes
GCP-Docker & Kubernetes
Google Container Registry
Create Account
Compute Engine
Running an image
Google Container Services
Containers on Compute Engine
Container technologies that run on Compute Engin
Container-optimized VM images
Installing container technologies on your instances
Install Docker
Google Kubernets Services
Understanding the GKE Service Profiles
Benefits of Using GKE
Costing Model Used in GKE
Using the GCP Calculator
GKE Architecture
Deploying an Application
Kubernetes Components
Basic Commands
GKE Architecture
GKE and IAM Requirements
GKE Federation Requirements
Kubernetes Cluster Actions
Scale/Resize a Cluster


Domain​ ​1:​ ​Orchestration​ ​(25%​ ​of​ ​exam)

● Complete the setup of a swarm mode cluster, with managers and worker nodes
● State the differences between running a container vs running a service
● Demonstrate steps to lock a swarm cluster
● Extend the instructions to run individual containers into running services under swarm
● Interpret the output of “docker inspect” commands
● Convert an application deployment into a stack file using a YAML compose file with
“docker stack deploy”
● Manipulate a running stack of services
● Increase # of replicas
● Add networks, publish ports
● Mount volumes
● Illustrate running a replicated vs global service
● Identify the steps needed to troubleshoot a service not deploying
● Apply node labels to demonstrate placement of tasks
● Sketch how a Dockerized application communicates with legacy systems
● Paraphrase the importance of quorum in a swarm cluster
● Demonstrate the usage of templates with “docker service create”


Domain​ ​2:​ ​Image​ ​Creation,​ ​Management,​ ​and​ ​Registry​ ​(20%​ ​of​ ​exam)
Content may include the following:
● Describe Dockerfile options [add, copy, volumes, expose, entrypoint, etc)
● Show the main parts of a Dockerfile
● Give examples on how to create an efficient image via a Dockerfile
● Use CLI commands such as list, delete, prune, rmi, etc to manage images
● Inspect images and report specific attributes using filter and format
● Demonstrate tagging an image
● Utilize a registry to store an image
● Display layers of a Docker image
● Apply a file to create a Docker image
● Modify an image to a single layer
● Describe how image layers work
● Deploy a registry (not architect)
● Configure a registry
● Log into a registry
● Utilize search in a registry
● Tag an image
● Push an image to a registry
● Sign an image in a registry
● Pull an image from a registry
● Describe how image deletion works
● Delete an image from a registry


Domain​ ​3:​ ​Installation​ ​and​ ​Configuration​ ​(15%​ ​of​ ​exam)
Content may include the following:
● Demonstrate the ability to upgrade the Docker engine
● Complete setup of repo, select a storage driver, and complete installation of Docker
engine on multiple platforms
● Configure logging drivers (splunk, journald, etc)
● Setup swarm, configure managers, add nodes, and setup backup schedule
● Create and manager user and teams
● Interpret errors to troubleshoot installation issues without assistance
● Outline the sizing requirements prior to installation
● Understand namespaces, cgroups, and configuration of certificates
● Use certificate-based client-server authentication to ensure a Docker daemon has the
rights to access images on a registry
● Consistently repeat steps to deploy Docker engine, UCP, and DTR on AWS and on
premises in an HA config
● Complete configuration of backups for UCP and DTR
● Configure the Docker daemon to start on boot


Domain​ ​4:​ ​Networking​ ​(15%​ ​of​ ​exam)
Content may include the following:
● Create a Docker bridge network for a developer to use for their containers
● Troubleshoot container and engine logs to understand a connectivity issue between
● Publish a port so that an application is accessible externally
● Identify which IP and port a container is externally accessible on
● Describe the different types and use cases for the built-in network drivers
● Understand the Container Network Model and how it interfaces with the Docker engine
and network and IPAM drivers
● Configure Docker to use external DNS
● Use Docker to load balance HTTP/HTTPs traffic to an application (Configure L7 load
balancing with Docker EE)
● Understand and describe the types of traffic that flow between the Docker engine,
registry, and UCP controllers
● Deploy a service on a Docker overlay network
● Describe the difference between “host” and “ingress” port publishing mode


Domain​ ​5:​ ​Security​ ​(15%​ ​of​ ​exam)
Content may include the following:
● Describe the process of signing an image
● Demonstrate that an image passes a security scan
● Enable Docker Content Trust
● Configure RBAC in UCP
● Integrate UCP with LDAP/AD
● Demonstrate creation of UCP client bundles
● Describe default engine security
● Describe swarm default security
● Describe MTLS
● Identity roles
● Describe the difference between UCP workers and managers
● Describe process to use external certificates with UCP and DTR


Domain​ ​6:​ ​Storage​ ​and​ ​Volumes​ ​(10%​ ​of​ ​exam)
Content may include the following:
● State which graph driver should be used on which OS
● Demonstrate how to configure devicemapper
● Compare object storage to block storage, and explain which one is preferable when available
● Summarize how an application is composed of layers and where those layers reside on
the filesystem
● Describe how volumes are used with Docker for persistent storage
● Identify the steps you would take to clean up unused images on a filesystem, also on
● Demonstrate how storage can be used across cluster nodes




•Use label selectors to schedule Pods.
•Understand the role of Daemon Sets.
•Understand how resource limits can affect Pod scheduling.
•Understand how to run multiple schedulers and how to configure Pods
to use them.
•Manually schedule a pod without a scheduler.
•Display scheduler events.
•Know how to configure the Kubernetes scheduler.


•Understand how to monitor all cluster components.
•Understand how to monitor applications.
•Manage cluster component logs.
•Manage application logs.


8%-Application Lifecycle Management
•Understand Deployment sand how to perform rolling updates and rollbacks.
•Know various ways to configure applications.
•Know how to scale applications.
•Understand the primitives necessary to create a self-healing application.
•Understand Kubernetes cluster upgrade process.
•Facilitate operating system upgrades.
•Implement backup and restore methodologies.


•Know how to configure authentication and authorization.
•Understand Kubernetes security primitives.
•Know to configure network policies.
•Create and manage TLS certificates for cluster components.
•Work with images securely.
•Define security contexts.
•Secure persistent keyvalue store.


•Understand persistent volumes and know how to create them.
•Understand access modes for volumes.
•Understand persistent volume claims primitive.
•Understand Kubernetes storage objects.
•Know how to configure applications with persistent storage.

•Trouble shoot application failure.
•Trouble shoot control plane failure.
•Trouble shoot worker node failure.
•Trouble shoot networking.

19%-Core Concepts
•Understand the Kubernetes API primitives.
•Understand the Kubernetes cluster architecture.
•Understand Services and other network primitives.

•Understand the networking configuration on the cluster nodes.
•Understand Pod networking concepts.
•Understand Service networking.
•Deploy and configure network loadbalancer.
•Know how to use Ingress rules.
•Know how to configure and use the cluster DNS.
•Understand CNI.

12%-Installation,Configuration &Validation
•Design a Kubernetes cluster.
•Install Kubernetes masters and nodes.
•Configure secure cluster communications.
•Configure a Highly-Available Kubernetes cluster.
•Know where to get the Kubernetes release binaries.
•Provision underlying infrastructure to deploy a Kubernetes cluster.
•Choose a network solution.
•Choose your Kubernetes infrastructure configuration.
•Run end-to-end tests on your cluster.
•Analyse end-to-end tests results.
•Run Node end-to-end tests.


Certified Kubernetes Application Developer(CKAD) ExamCurriculum v1.13.0
This document provides the curriculum outline of the Knowledge,Skills and Abilities that
a Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD) can be expected to demonstrate.

13%-Core Concepts
•Understand Kubernetes API primitives
•Create and configure basic Pods

•Understand Config Maps
•Understand Security Contexts
•Define an application’s resource requirements
•Create & consume Secrets
•Understand Service Accounts

10% Multi-Container Pods 
•Understand Multi-Container Pod design patterns (e.g.ambassador,adapter,sidecar)

•Understand Liveness Probesand
Readiness Probes
•Understand container logging
•Understand how to monitor applications in Kubernetes
•Understand debugging in Kubernetes

•Understand how to use Labels, Selectors, and Annotations
•Understand Deployments and how to perform rolling updates
•Understand Deployments and how to perform rollbacks
•Understand Jobs and CronJobs

•Understand Services
•Demonstrate basic understanding of Network Policies

8%-State Persistence
•Understand Persistent Volume Claims for storage

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