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Overview

In this section, you will find a number of hand's on exercises that help you get familiar with the capabilities of the platform. The exercises are organized in a manner where you can learn progressively "breadth first".


Reminder

The "Step-by-step" instructions describe the workflows using the web console for user convenience. Note that the same steps can be performed with "Full Automation" using


Kubernetes Fundamentals

This multi-part exercise goes over the fundamentals of Kubernetes. These exercises are designed for anyone who is new to Kubernetes. This section will help you learn Kubernetes that will help you use the platform exercises in the Basics section.

  • Kubernetes 101: Using Namespaces, Pods, and Deployments
  • Kubernetes 201: Coming Soon
  • Kubernetes 301: Coming Soon

Note

The fundamentals exercises require just your laptop. These exercises cover macOS, Windows, and Ubuntu operating systems.


Basics

This multi-part exercise is strongly recommended for anyone new to the platform. This section will help you learn about the foundational capabilities of the platform using a Kubernetes cluster running on your laptop.

  • Projects, User Management and RBAC
  • Import a Kubernetes Cluster
  • Zero Trust Kubectl with RBAC
  • Centralized Audit Trail
  • Namespace Operations
  • Cluster Blueprints
  • GitOps Pipelines

Note

This exercise requires a free Org and just your laptop.


Amazon EKS Lifecycle

This multi-part exercise is designed for users that are interested in exploring the platform's capabilities for lifecycle management of Amazon EKS Kubernetes clusters.

Note

This exercise requires access to an account on Amazon AWS.


Azure AKS Lifecycle

This multi-part exercise is designed for users that are interested in exploring the platform's capabilities for lifecycle management of Azure AKS Kubernetes clusters.

Note

This exercise requires access to an account on Azure.


CNCF Recipes

These Curated Recipes will help you understand how you can use the platform to "securely operate" 3rd party products at scale from the CNCF Landscape.