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arkade - Open Source Kubernetes Marketplace

  •    Go

arkade provides a portable marketplace for downloading your favourite devops CLIs and installing helm charts, with a single command. You can also download CLIs like kubectl, kind, kubectx and helm faster than you can type "apt-get/brew update".

CKAD-exercises - A set of exercises to prepare for Certified Kubernetes Application Developer exam by Cloud Native Computing Foundation

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A set of exercises that helped me prepare for the Certified Kubernetes Application Developer exam, offered by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, organized by curriculum domain. They may as well serve as learning and practicing with Kubernetes. Absolutely! Feel free to PR and edit/add questions and solutions, but please stick to the existing format.

ckad-prep - Exercises demonstrated as part of the video course "Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD) Prep Course" published by O'Reilly Media

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Demo instructions and solutions for the online video course "Certified Kubernetes Application Developer (CKAD) Prep Course", published by Benjamin Muschko for O’Reilly Media Inc. In this learning path, your host, trainer and CKAD Ben Muschko, explores the topics covered in the CKAD exam to fully prepare you to pass the certification exam. You’ll look at determining when and how you should apply the core concepts of Kubernetes to manage an application. You’ll also examine the kubectl command-line tool, a mainstay of the Kubernetes engineer. Ben also offers tips to help you better prepare for the exam and shares his personal experience with getting ready for all aspects of the exam.

k8s-on-raspbian - Kubernetes on Raspbian (Raspberry Pi)

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This guide is part of a larger blog post: Build your own bare-metal ARM cluster. Once you're up and running please share your clusters on Twitter with @alexellisuk.




yet-another-ckad-training-resource - Guides, links, commands, and YAMLs to help prepare for the Certified Kubernetes Application Developer exam

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The acronym is YACTR and it's pronounced yachter. YACHTER, y'all. Kept true to the k8s nautical theme by sheer luck 😆. According to the CKAD Candidate Handbook from CNCF (see link above), tmux and screen are allowed to provide multiple panes in your terminal window.






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