Managing Kubernetes: Operating Kubernetes Clusters in the Real World (英語) ペーパーバック – 2018/11/29
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While Kubernetes has greatly simplified the task of deploying containerized applications, managing this orchestration framework on a daily basis can still be a complex undertaking. With this practical book, site reliability and DevOps engineers will learn how to build, operate, manage, and upgrade a Kubernetes cluster—whether it resides on cloud infrastructure or on-premises.
Brendan Burns, cofounder of Kubernetes, and Craig Tracey, staff field engineer at Heptio, dissect how Kubernetes works internally and demonstrate ways to maintain, adjust, and improve the cluster to suit your particular use case. You’ll learn how to make architectural choices for designing a cluster, managing access control, monitoring and alerting, and upgrading Kubernetes. Dive in and discover how to take full advantage of this orchestration framework’s capabilities.
- Learn how your cluster operates, how developers use it to deploy applications, and how Kubernetes can facilitate a developer’s job
- Adjust, secure, and tune your cluster by understanding Kubernetes APIs and configuration options
- Detect cluster-level problems early and learn the steps necessary to respond and recover quickly
- Determine how and when to add libraries, tools, and platforms that build on, extend, or otherwise improve a Kubernetes cluster
Brendan Burns is a co-founder of the Kubernetes open source container management platform. He is currently a distinguished engineer at Microsoft running the Azure Resource Manager and Azure Container Service teams. Before Microsoft he was a senior staff engineer on the Google Cloud Platform. Prior to working in Cloud he developed web search backends that helped power Google search. Prior to that he was a Professor of Computer Science at Union College in Schenectady, NY. Brendan received a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and a BA from Williams College.
For the last 20 years Craig Tracey has helped build the infrastructure that powers the Internet. In this time he has had the opportunity to develop everything from kernel device drivers, to massive-scale cloud storage services, and even a few distributed compute platforms. Now as a Software Engineer turned Field Engineer at Heptio, he helps organizations accelerate their adoption of Kubernetes by teaching the principles of cloud native architectures through code.
Based in Boston, Massachusetts, in his free time, Craig loves playing hockey and exploring Europe. Craig holds a BS in Computer Science from Providence College.
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Brendan Burns is one of the three original authors and currently a top contributor of Kubernetes so this book is full of clear technical descriptions. The first half of the book describes the structure, finally in Chapter 6 the book covers the installation process. The second half of the book covers common operational processes; providing and controlling access to the cluster, interacting with the cluster by making requests through the API, and how user requests are validated and accepted.
Unlike what you might expect after reading other O'Reilly publications, Managing Kubernetes is not an operator’s manual or a comprehensive reference. Instead it focuses on the purpose and basic configuration of each component to give the reader an understanding of the structure and dynamics of a complete Kubernetes cluster.
That's not bad, in and of itself -- there's still some good content in here, and I wouldn't discourage anyone from picking up the book; I've learned a fair amount from reading this. But be aware that this is a bit more academic than you might expect, and if you're looking something aimed specifically at the end-user, there are other books out there you might want to check out first.