Course Outline


Preparing the AWS Account

Overview of Amazon EKS Features and Architecture

Costs of Running Amazon EKS

Case Study: Amazon EKS for Microservices

Overview of the Different EKS Components

Navigating the CLI

Creating an EKS Kubernetes Cluster

Provisioning Worker Nodes

Containerizing an Application

Deploying the Application

Using AWS CloudFormation Templates

Auto-scaling the EKS Cluster

Monitoring the Performance of an EKS Cluster

Integrating EKS with a Continuous Integration System


Summary and Conclusion


  • An understanding of Docker and Kubernetes basics.
  • Experience with the Linux command line.
  • A general understanding of web-based software development.
  • An Amazon AWS account with at least 10 USD on it.


  • Developers
  • System Administrators
  • DevOps Engineers
 14 Hours

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