Free tiers in Cloud Platforms for Kubernetes Learning | Tech Primers

Free tiers in Cloud Platforms for Kubernetes Learning | Tech Primers

This video covers the different free tier options in various Cloud Providers for creating Kubernetes cluster for learning purpose.

Links for the different Cloud Platform free tiers:
1. Google Cloud Platform:
2. Microsoft Azure:
3. IBM Cloud:
4. Alibaba Cloud:
5. Redhat OpenShift:
6. Katacoda:
7. Tryk8s:
8. CodeFresh:
9. KubeSail:

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7 thoughts on “Free tiers in Cloud Platforms for Kubernetes Learning | Tech Primers

  1. Excellent videos! But an interesting combination would be AWS and Kubernetes. However, I don't see anything related to that in your videos. What do you think about this topic? ->

  2. There's another:

    Free cluster, but valid for 4hrs only like it's parent site,

  3. this is very helpful thanks, can you please do a video on Criteria queries for dynamic query generation using specification.

  4. Very helpful, thank you for putting this all together! I've never taken the time to do a back-to-back comparison of all these options, but being able to learn by doing, with hands-on experiments is very important, so this saves a lot of time on an important first step.

    I hope that my one small piece of criticism is seen as constructive and not insensitive. I don't wish to offend, but your pronunciation of the word "tier" is somewhat distracting. I don't know if the same word is used in other languages and pronounced the way you do in this video, but in English it's not pronounced "tire" or "TIE-er," it is pronounced like "teer."

    Again, I hope that is helpful and not offensive. For someone with my learning style and attention deficit disorder, I can become distracted by little details like that and have to rewatch sections of the video. That's not your fault, so if this comment isn't helpful, feel free to ignore me. Thank you for the helpful video either way!

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