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    DO371 Enterprise Kubernetes Storage with Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation and exam

    DO371

    Opis

    Learn the essential skills required to design, implement, and manage a Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation cluster and perform day-to-day Kubernetes storage management tasks. Traditional storage options available to Kubernetes administrators are limited and lack versatility. Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation provides real advantages, even when backed by cloud storage such as AWS EBS or legacy datacenter storage arrays. Many companies rely on third-party solutions to manage backup and disaster recovery in production. However, proper planning to implement these solutions requires knowledge of the Kubernetes CSI and OAPD APIs. This course walks the student through the recommended steps of configuring and managing storage services for container and Kubernetes services. The EX370 Red Hat Certified Specialist in OpenShift Data Foundation exam is included in this offering. Course summary

    • Deploy Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation in internal and external mode.
    • Provision non-shareable block storage to applications like databases.
    • Provision shareable block storage to applications like virtual machines.
    • Provision shareable file storage to such applications as CI/CD pipelines and AI/ML.
    • Provision shareable object storage to applications, such as AI/ML and media streaming.
    • Provision storage for Red Hat OpenShift cluster services, such as monitoring and registry.
    • Monitor and expand storage capacity and performance
    • Attach and detach storage from an application for backup and archiving.
    • Create and access volume snapshots and clones.
    • Troubleshoot internal Ceph components of Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation.

    Cel

    Impact on the organization

    Enterprise Kubernetes Storage with Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation supports IT operations teams whose organizations are expanding upon their container adoption journeys. The curriculum enables companies to quickly and automatically provision storage to applications meeting varying requirements crucial to support their organization’s digital transformation initiatives and expand their portfolio of containerized applications.

    Impact on the individual

    Enterprise Kubernetes Storage with Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation teaches the essential skills required to provision and manage storage that fits the availability and performance requirements of applications, such as:

    • Deploying Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation on a Red Hat OpenShift cluster using local or cloud storage.
    • Selecting and configuring storage classes based on workload requirements.
    • Monitoring and proactively expanding storage capacity.
    • Creating and attaching snapshots and clones of persistent volumes.

    Grupa docelowa

    The intended audience for this course includes:

    • Cluster administrators (systems administrators, cloud administrators, cloud engineers)
    • Cluster engineers (systems administrators, cloud administrators, cloud engineers)
    • Site reliability engineers (SREs)

    Wymagania

    Recommended training

    Konspekt

    Outline for this course

    1. Describing Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation deployment architectures
    2. Deploying OpenShift Data Foundation on Red Hat OpenShift using Internal, Converged Mode
    3. Configuring Red hat OpenShift Cluster Services to use OpenShift Data Foundation
    4. Configuring application workloads to use OpenShift Data Foundation block and file storage
    5. Monitoring and expanding OpenShift Data Foundation block and file storage capacity
    6. Troubleshooting Ceph components from OpenShift Data Foundation
    7. Expanding OpenShift Data Foundation block and file storage volumes
    8. Performing backup and restore of OpenShift Data Foundation block and file volumes
    9. Configuring application workloads to use OpenShift Data Foundation object storage
    10. Monitoring and expanding OpenShift Data Foundation object storage capacity
    11. Performing backup and restore of OpenShift Data Foundation object buckets
    12. Deploying OpenShift Data Foundation on Red Hat OpenShift using external mode

     

    Table of Contents

    Preface A: Introduction

    • Section A.1: Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage
    • Section A.2: Orientation to the Classroom Environment
    • Section A.3: Performing Lab Exercises
    1. Chapter 1: Describing the Architecture and Deploying OpenShift Data Foundation on OpenShift Using Internal Mode
      • Section 1.1: Introduction to the Architecture of OpenShift Data Foundation
      • Section 1.2: Quiz: Introduction to the Architecture of OpenShift Data Foundation
      • Section 1.3: Deploying OpenShift Data Foundation from the Web Console
      • Section 1.4: Guided Exercise: Deploying OpenShift Data Foundation from the Web Console
      • Section 1.5: Deploying OpenShift Data Foundation from the Command Line
      • Section 1.6: Guided Exercise: Deploying OpenShift Data Foundation from the Command Line
      • Section 1.7: Summary
    2. Chapter 2: Configuring OpenShift Cluster Services to use ODF
      • Section 2.1: Introducing ODF Storage Classes
      • Section 2.2: Quiz: Introducing ODF Storage Classes
      • Section 2.3: Configuring the Internal Image Registry to use ODF
      • Section 2.4: Guided Exercise: Configuring the Internal Image Registry to use ODF
      • Section 2.5: Configuring Monitoring to use ODF
      • Section 2.6: Guided Exercise: Configuring Monitoring to use ODF
      • Section 2.7: Lab: Configuring OpenShift Cluster Services to use ODF
      • Section 2.8: Summary
    3. Chapter 3: Configuring Application Workloads to use ODF File and Block Storage
      • Section 3.1: Configuring Applications to use ODF File Storage
      • Section 3.2: Guided Exercise: Configuring Applications to use ODF File Storage
      • Section 3.3: Configuring Applications to use ODF Block Storage
      • Section 3.4: Guided Exercise: Configuring Applications to use ODF Block Storage
      • Section 3.5: Configuring Custom Storage Classes
      • Section 3.6: Guided Exercise: Configuring Custom Storage Classes
      • Section 3.7: Lab: Configuring Application Workloads to use ODF Block and File Storage
      • Section 3.8: Summary
    4. Chapter 4: Managing ODF Block and File Storage Capacity
      • Section 4.1: Monitoring ODF Cluster Health
      • Section 4.2: Guided Exercise: Monitoring ODF Cluster Health
      • Section 4.3: Configuring Storage Quotas and Permissions
      • Section 4.4: Guided Exercise: Configuring Storage Quotas and Permissions
      • Section 4.5: Extending Application Storage for ODF
      • Section 4.6: Guided Exercise: Extending Application Storage for ODF
      • Section 4.7: Adding disks to the ODF cluster
      • Section 4.8: Guided Exercise: Adding disks to the ODF cluster
      • Section 4.9: Lab: Managing ODF Block and File Storage Capacity
      • Section 4.10: Summary
    5. Chapter 5: Troubleshooting Ceph Components from ODF
      • Section 5.1: Identifying Ceph Components for an ODF Implementation
      • Section 5.2: Guided Exercise: Identifying Ceph Components for an ODF Implementation
      • Section 5.3: Gathering information and Troubleshoot Ceph Components
      • Section 5.4: Guided Exercise: Gathering information and Troubleshoot Ceph Components
      • Section 5.5: Lab: Troubleshooting Ceph Components from ODF
      • Section 5.6: Summary
    6. Chapter 6: Performing Backup and Restore of Kubernetes Block and File Volumes
      • Section 6.1: Introducing Backup Concepts
      • Section 6.2: Quiz: Introducing Backup Concepts
      • Section 6.3: Backing up and Restoring Kubernetes Applications
      • Section 6.4: Guided Exercise: Backing up and Restoring Kubernetes Applications
      • Section 6.5: Creating Volume Snapshots and Clones
      • Section 6.6: Guided Exercise: Creating Volume Snapshots and Clones
      • Section 6.7: Lab: 2
      • Section 6.8: Summary
    7. Chapter 7: Configuring Applications to use ODF Object Storage
      • Section 7.1: Introducing S3 Object Storage
      • Section 7.2: Guided Exercise: Introducing S3 Object Storage
      • Section 7.3: Creating Object Bucket Claims and Accessing Object Storage
      • Section 7.4: Guided Exercise: Creating Object Bucket Claims and Accessing Object Storage
      • Section 7.5: Configuring Applications to Use ODF Object Storage
      • Section 7.6: Guided Exercise: Configuring Applications to Use ODF Object Storage
      • Section 7.7: Monitoring ODF Object Buckets
      • Section 7.8: Guided Exercise: Monitoring ODF Object Buckets
      • Section 7.9: Lab: Configuring Applications to use ODF Object Storage
      • Section 7.10: Summary
    8. Chapter 8: Backing up and Restoring Kubernetes Applications Using OpenShift APIs for Data Protection
      • Section 8.1: Backing Up and Restoring Stateless Applications with OpenShift APIs for Data Protection (OADP)
      • Section 8.2: Guided Exercise: Backing Up and Restoring Stateless Applications with OpenShift APIs for Data Protection (OADP)
      • Section 8.3: Backing Up and Restoring Stateful Applications and Persistent Volumes with OpenShift APIs for Data Protection (OADP)
      • Section 8.4: Guided Exercise: Backing Up and Restoring Stateful Applications and Persistent Volumes with OpenShift APIs for Data Protection (OADP)
      • Section 8.5: Lab: Backing up and Restoring Kubernetes Applications Using OpenShift APIs for Data Protection (OADP)
      • Section 8.6: Summary
    9. Chapter 9: Comprehensive Review

    Uwagi

    Duration: 5 days (Classroom) and 5 days (Virtual Training)

    Technology considerations

    • Internet access is required to access the classroom environment and Red Hat OpenShift clusters in the Red Hat Training Cloud.

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