- Access to a terminal application for running simple Unix commands in Windows, Linux, or macOS
- Access to a text editor like VS Code
- An active AWS account
- Working knowledge of Kubernetes
- Create a basic business service application that responds to HTTP requests with a random quote.
Being able to operate Kubernetes clusters on AWS is an increasingly in-demand skill, and it often bodes well for career advancement. But both systems are complex and present unique challenges, and it can be difficult to know where to begin. In this course, technical curriculum developer Kim Schlesinger helps you get started with hands-on, practical experience running Kubernetes clusters on AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS).Learn More