Platform Engineering on Kubernetes

Platform Engineering on Kubernetes
English | Size: 31.25 MB
Genre: eLearning

Empower your team with platforms built on top of Kubernetes using open source tools. Adopting Kubernetes is complex, especially when working with multiple teams, deploying to multiple cloud providers, and different stacks. Platform Engineering on Kubernetes shows how to solve these cloud native problems with open-source tools and best practices from the Kubernetes community.

What You Will Learn

The principles behind platform engineering and how these apply to Kubernetes
Evaluating and adopting open-source projects for domain specific platforms
Creating Platform APIs for efficient software release
Reducing cognitive load of a platform for teams
Measuring platform initiatives using software delivery metrics
Package, version, distribute, and deploy with Helm, Tekton, Dagger, and Argo CD
Implementing multi-cloud strategy with Crossplane
Progressive upgrades with Knative Serving and Argo Rollouts
Enabling teams with APIs using Dapr

About the Technology
Kubernetes is an orchestration tool for cloud journeys. This book shows how to build custom platforms on Kubernetes with open-source tools like Dapr, Knative, Argo CD and Rollouts, and Tekton, offering a solid build pipeline, efficient package management, and APIs to reduce cognitive load.

About the Book
Starting with defining elements of a Kubernetes-based platform, Platform Engineering on Kubernetes introduces tools to build a platform matching your requirements. It includes hands-on examples and detailed code to guide through building a complete platform for efficient cloud-native software delivery without specific cloud provider or vendor reliance.

What’s Inside

Packaging, versioning, distributing, and deploying with Helm, Tekton, Dagger, and Argo CD
Multi-cloud infrastructure strategy with Crossplane
Progressive upgrades using Knative Serving and Argo Rollouts
Development team enablement with Dapr



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