In this course, "Architecting with Google Kubernetes Engine: Production," you'll learn about Kubernetes and Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) security; logging and monitoring; and using Google Cloud managed storage and database services from within GKE.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM ARCHITECTING WITH GOOGLE KUBERNETES ENGINE: PRODUCTION
Good course but has some labs that are outdated and require updates. But still you can get the idea and learn the skill.
It was an excellent course offered by Google Cloud. Thanks for Coursera for providing the platform.
Provides comprehensive knowledge about all concepts related to k8s in production! Kudos to Google team!
Very interesting course and truly speaking very a difficult one too. Lots of dedication required to complete this course
About the Architecting with Google Kubernetes Engine Specialization
The Architecting with Google Kubernetes Engine specialization will teach you how to implement solutions using Google Kubernetes Engine, or GKE, including building, scheduling, load balancing, and monitoring workloads, as well as providing for discovery of services, managing role-based access control and security, and providing persistent storage to these applications.
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