Deploy and manage applications on an OpenShift cluster
Deploy applications using various application packaging methods to an OpenShift cluster and manage their resources.
Design containerized applications for OpenShift
Select a containerization method for an application and create a container to run on an OpenShift cluster.
Publish enterprise container images
Create an enterprise registry and publish container images to it.
Manage builds on OpenShift
Describe the OpenShift build process, in addition to triggering and managing builds.
Customize source-to-image builds
Customize an existing S2I base image and create a new one.
Deploy multi-container applications
Deploy multi-container applications using Helm charts and Kustomize.
Manage application deployments
Monitor application health and implement various deployment methods for cloud-native applications.
Build applications for OpenShift
Create, deploy, and integrate third-party applications on OpenShift.
- Complete Red Hat OpenShift I: Containers & Kubernetes (DO180), or have equivalent knowledge
- Being a Red Hat Certified System Administrator or having earned a higher certification is helpful for navigation and usage of the command line, but is not required
Lots of exercises
Cesar - Mariana Martinez, Centro Netec Chile
Que el tiempo para los laboratorios o ejercicios estaba contemplado dentro de las clases y de esta forma no nos llevamos carga para nuestro tiempo libre.
Manuel - Mariana Martinez, Centro Netec Chile
Wojciech and NobleProg focused the itinerary to feet my needs.
christopher Connelly - NEETRAC / GA TECH
There were alsways some information on the side, which is usually left (in other courses) out but nonetheless important and interesting.
Linux is new to us
Annex Digital Inc.
The approach to the subjects was great
Rodel Palisoc - Annex Digital Inc.
The guided exercise
Aldrich Kevin Rodriguez - Annex Digital Inc.
There were lots of exercises, which was really good.
James Eyre - Egress Software Technologies
Delivery and Lab
Egress Software Technologies
Engaging exercises, perfect pace
Hannah Clough - Egress Software Technologies
Executing commands myself and learning what some of the Linux 'code' actually means.
Paul Tosseano - Egress Software Technologies
Covered Linux basics which was very helpful to understand the rest of the course Good pace and good communication
Richard Copley - Egress Software Technologies
Overall, I found the course to be very informative, structured, interactive and helpful in gaining a better understanding of the Linux.
Cristian Cimpoeru - Oana Pancea, DB Global Technology
The trainer and the way in which he is explaining.
Lidia-Anca Petanca - Oana Pancea, DB Global Technology
The personal approach and the practical way of going trough the seen theory afterwards.
Jelle Vandekerckhove - Roularta Media Group
Many positives. I came to the training to get a better understanding of Unix and I certainly can go back to work with a lot more knowledge which was my main goal.
Ben Frijters - Argenta Spaarbank NV
The subject matter was very interesting, and Reda is truly an expert. Going through the labs was fun, and really did help connect the dots from the lectures.
I really enjoyed the background on the technologies and how different virtualization entities played together and intermixed. I also really appreciated the DevOps discussion, though it went very fast compared with the rest of the material. That said, not many attendees were interested in the DevOps portion.
- SCALITY SA
The extra informations not in the official docs