Answer: Edureka’s Certification Project for CKA Training course, has been designed to help you with the CKA Examination. The project is divided into eight units, each representing a domain in the CKA Exam. The weightage of units is aligned to the official CKA Exam pattern. The following units are included in the project: Installation, Configuration, and Validation: Deploy a new cluster with a master node on a bare-metal machine leveraging the provided Container Network Interface (CNI) option and then add use kubeadm to attach new worker nodes to it. Application Lifecycle Management: Manage applications deployed on the cluster using different controllers and operations such as rolling updates, rollbacks, and scaling. Networking: Demonstrate different application/service discovery mechanisms in your cluster and deploy an ingress controller and ingress resource using specified rules for traffic routing. Scheduling: Configure and manage pod scheduling on your cluster by using multiple schedulers, applying resource limiting filters, and deploying pods without using a scheduler. Security: Secure the cluster in different ways using Role-Based Access Control (RBAC), network policies, and security contexts. Cluster Maintenance: Perform cluster-level maintenance tasks such as upgrading the kubeadm library, backing up etcd, and adding and removing nodes. Logging and Monitoring: Log and monitor various cluster events and resources using the various commands at your disposal. Storage: Create and use persistent storage mounts for your stateful application.