This is a project documenting my progress from a Kubernetes novice to expert. I’m a habitual learner and will use this blog to share what I learn about building, running, and managing Kubernetes.
What’s 0 to 7? The number seven is significant to the history of Kubernetes and I thought it would be fun and meaningful to make it a part of this as well:
In keeping with the Borg theme, we named it Project Seven of Nine. (Side note: in an homage to the original name, this is also why the Kubernetes logo has seven sides.)
In 2020, I’m focusing a tremendous amount of effort to become a Kubernetes expert and will use this blog to document what I’m doing to reach that goal.
- Why 2020 is the Year of Kubernetes for Me
- How the CKA Exam is Changing in 2020 with Kubernetes v1.19
- CKA 2020 Curriculum for Kubernetes v1.19
- Backup and Restore etcd in Kubernetes Cluster for CKA v1.19
- Important Directories to Know for the CKA
- Use kubeadm to Install a Basic Kubernetes Cluster, Part 1: Control Plane Node
- Use kubeadm to Install a Basic Kubernetes Cluster, Part 2: Node
- Permanently Disable Swap for Kubernetes
- CKA Exam Results | How I Plan to Pass 2nd CKA Exam Attempt