# Tutorials Overview
Entando simplifies the development of modern apps:
- Backed by microservices deployed in containers, and
- Orchestrated by Kubernetes for fully automated DevOps lifecycles
Entando supports full stack micro frontend and microservice architectures for codebases that are easier to undestand, maintain, and debug across large, distributed teams, and comes with a private component repository that makes it easy for teams to share and reuse components.
# How to Use This Guide
Use the categories on the left to find step-by-step tutorials for common tasks. Or check out our learning paths for a more structured approach.
# Frontend Developers
# Backend Developers
|Generate Micro Frontends and Microservices Based on a Database Entity||Build and Deploy an Entando Bundle||Extend the Entando App Builder|
|Run Micro Frontends and Microservices in your local env||Use JDL Studio to Create a Complex Database Entity (Coming Soon)|
|Set Up Entando on a Local Kubernetes Cluster||Backing Up and Restoring Your Entando Environment||Automate Integration Testing With a CI/CD Pipeline |
|Set Up Entando on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS)||Customize the base Entando Application via a Docker Image|
|Set Up Entando on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)||Connect your Entando Application to an External Database|
|Set Up Entando on Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE)|
|Set Up Entando on Red Hat OpenShift|