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Setting up Self-Healing Apps in Kubernetes

Hands-On Lab

 

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Will Boyd

DevOps Team Lead in Content

Length

01:30:00

Difficulty

Intermediate

Kubernetes includes powerful features for building self-healing application clusters. By default, if the application running in a container crashes completely, Kubernetes will automatically restart the container. However, application health can be more complicated than simply whether or not an application process is still running. This activity will guide you through the process of building more sophisticated problem detection for an app running on Kubernetes. That will allow you to strengthen the self-healing capabilities of your application infrastructure on Kubernetes.

What are Hands-On Labs?

Hands-On Labs are scenario-based learning environments where learners can practice without consequences. Don't compromise a system or waste money on expensive downloads. Practice real-world skills without the real-world risk, no assembly required.