In this course, "Architecting with Google Kubernetes Engine: Workloads," you learn about performing Kubernetes operations; creating and managing deployments; the tools of GKE networking; and how to give your Kubernetes workloads persistent storage.
About this Course
We help millions of organizations empower their employees, serve their customers, and build what’s next for their businesses with innovative technology created in—and for—the cloud. Our products are engineered for security, reliability, and scalability, running the full stack from infrastructure to applications to devices and hardware. Our teams are dedicated to helping customers apply our technologies to create success.
- 5 stars79.35%
- 4 stars16.41%
- 3 stars2.70%
- 2 stars0.67%
- 1 star0.84%
TOP REVIEWS FROM ARCHITECTING WITH GOOGLE KUBERNETES ENGINE: WORKLOADS
Some topics results difficult a lot to understand because instructors repeat lot of times the name of the concepts that are trying to explain
one of the best course with extensive lab work. I am thankful to all the instructors, & lab course work creators for such an insightful hands on experience to GKE.
Really very in-Depth and informative, labs were great . The lectures were very detailed and easily understandable
Best course with interactive hands on labs . Learned a lot . Thank you so much team for this awesome 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.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I preview a course before enrolling?
What will I get when I enroll?
When will I receive my Course Certificate?
Why can’t I audit this course?
Is financial aid available?
Qwiklabs Terms of Service
More questions? Visit the Learner Help Center.