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I recently passed the Certified Kuberentes Administrator ( CKA ) Exam. Here is how I prepared, the resources I used, and my experience during the exam.
Below are some links to the resources in the video.
Tech World with Nana youtube channel:
Udemy CKA Course:
Kubernetes the Hard Way by A Cloud Guru:
Killer.sh Exam Simulator
The Linux Foundation CKA Exam Enrollment Portal:
I realize the background music is too loud. I will learn from this mistake and take this into account in future uploads. Sorry!
background music is dominating your voice, please correct if possible
I also did the only thing any sane person would do.
I just wanted to let you know your video was the inspiration that motivated me study for these exams. I have managed to pass both cka and ckad after few months of studying. I have no prior experience with containers or k8s, but we are planning to use them in the future at my work.
Thank you so much, take care!!
Omg no music pls
thx so much for sharing ur experience 🙏
Well done! Currently studying for the exam and this was very helpful! Thanks!
Thank you 👍
brillant stuff !!! subbed (side note: the background music is a bit too loud making it difficult to hear your voice)
How many time do you spend study for this certification? …Thanks!
Very well done! Having taken the exam myself, I can vouch for k8s the hard way (by Kelsey Hightower) as the best way to learn the inner workings. I don't know if spending $$$ on a raspberry pi cluster is completely necessary 🤣probably didn't hurt though.
Thanks this helped me a lot!
Your background music is too loud, for not English native speakers is upset
Please avoid music, if we need it we can our own!
Thanks man. I am going to take this exam soon.
This is quite helpful. You've got yourself a new subscriber! Keep up the good work!
The purpose of the video is to understand the insights of the exam preparation and NOT the stupid music, which is pretty annoying
Hi. Thanks for such an amazing review. It's quite helpful. Can you please let us know how we can choose exam dates and in a month how many days are alotted for examination
Please cut down the background noise!! Your tips were helpful.
I purchased the exam in LF, so where I have to click to do this killer.sh simulator? in the LF website or I have sign in with mi LF account in Killer.sh?
Awesome tips. I also intend to follow K8s the Hard Way, I heard it's pretty good. I don't really care about getting a certification, I just want to do a Pi Dramble. I got a Proxmox HA cluster on my homelab, but want more power efficiency, having 3 old servers isn't the best for my power bill (and by extension, for my wallet). I also want a small and portable setup.
I don't have an actual need for virtualization. But my setup would be a little more complicated, because I want to run k3s inside LXD (nested containers) and have a few local services for myself. I want LXD, because I prefer the way virtualization functions and classic Linux system administration.
Thanks for this honest review on your experience with CKA, much appreciated.
p.s.: the background music is a little bit loud 😉