Supporting the infrastructure for adoption of container technology and container-native applications, Kubernetes, and DevOps practices
The Container Adoption Boot Camp for Administrators (TL700) immerses you in intensive, hands-on management of container-native applications deployed on Red Hat's implementation of Kubernetes, Red Hat® OpenShift® Container Platform, at enterprise scale. This course is for those seeking to make a quantum leap in their digital transformation journey. Making this shift requires the ability to support a growing number of clusters, stakeholders, applications, and users to achieve large-scale deployments. As part of enrollment, you will receive one year of Red Hat Learning Subscription Standard, which gives you unlimited access to all of our courses online, plus up to five certification exams and two retakes.
This collection of courses is based on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 4.6.
Course content summary
- Introduction to Containers, Kubernetes, and Red Hat OpenShift
- Manage local containers and building container images
- Deploy and troubleshoot containerized applications for OpenShift
- Control access to projects using role-based access control (RBAC)
- Control resource usage through quotas and limits
- Isolate applications though network policies
- Automate OpenShift administration tasks using Ansible and Jenkins
- Provision persistent storage tailored for application requirements
- Manage monitoring metrics and alerts
- Deploying and configuring log aggregation
Impact on the organization
- This Bootcamp is intended to provide container-novice administrators with the foundational and advanced skills needed to configure, manage, and automate the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform to deploy containerized applications that are highly available, resilient, and scalable. Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform enables rapid application development and deployment, as well as portability of an application across environments. The platform also offers simplified application scaling, administration, and maintenance of adapted or cloud-native applications.
Impact on the individual
As a result of attending this course, you should be able to configure and manage a Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 4 clusters at scale, including:
- Configure security controls for users, applications, and networking.
- Integrate OpenShift with enterprise authentication, storage, CI/CD, and GitOps systems to improve productivity of IT operations and compliance with organization’s standards.
- Troubleshoot techniques to identify issues with containerized applications, cluster operators and compute capacity.
System Administrators, Cloud Engineers, and Site Reliability Engineers (SREs) interested in adopting container and Kubernetes technologies.
Duration: 10 days
- Internet access is required for this course in order to access the OpenShift shared and dedicated clusters.
Recommended next exam or course
- Get started with container technology
Describe how applications can run in containers orchestrated by OpenShift Container Platform.
- Create containerized services
Provision a service using container technology.
- Manage containers
Manipulate pre-built container images to create and manage containerized services.
- Manage container images
Manage the life cycle of a container image from creation to deletion.
- Create custom container images
Design and code a Dockerfile to build a custom container image.
- Deploy containerized applications on OpenShift
Deploy single container applications on OpenShift Container Platform.
- Deploying multi-container applications
Deploy applications that are containerized using multiple container images.
- Publish enterprise container images
Interact with an enterprise registry and publish container images to it.
- Deploying multi-container applications
Deploy multi-container applications using Helm charts and Kustomize.
- Managing application deployments
Monitor application health and implement various deployment methods for cloud-native applications.
- Describing the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform
Describe the architecture of OpenShift Container Platform.
- Verify the health of a cluster
Describe OpenShift installation methods and verify the health of a newly installed cluster.
- Configuring authentication and authorization
Configure authentication with the HTPasswd identity provider and assign roles to users and groups.
- Configuring application security
Restrict permissions of applications using security context constraints and protect access credentials using secrets.
- Configuring OpenShift networking for applications
Troubleshoot OpenShift software-defined networking (SDN) and configure network policies.
- Controlling pod scheduling
Control the nodes on which a pod runs.
- Describing cluster updates
Describe how to perform a cluster update.
- Managing a cluster with the web console
Manage a Red Hat OpenShift cluster using the web console.
- Moving from Kubernetes to OpenShift
Demonstrate that OpenShift is Kubernetes by deploying Kubernetes-native applications on OpenShift.
- Introducing automation with OpenShift
Automate OpenShift using scripts and Ansible playbooks.
- Managing OpenShift operators
Manage operators and OpenShift cluster operators.
- Implementing GitOps with Jenkins
Implement a GitOps workflow using containerized Jenkins to administer an OpenShift cluster.
- Configuring enterprise authentication
Configure OpenShift integration with enterprise identity providers.
- Configuring trusted TLS certificates
Configure trusted TLS certificates for external access to cluster services and applications.
- Configuring dedicated node pools
Add nodes to an OpenShift cluster with custom configurations.
- Configuring persistent storage
Configure storage providers and storage classes to ensure cluster user access to persistent volume resources.
- Managing cluster monitoring and metrics
Configure and manage the OpenShift monitoring stack.
- Provisioning and inspecting cluster logging
Deploy and query cluster-wide logging, and diagnose common issues using tools.
- Recovering failed worker nodes
Inspect, troubleshoot, and remediate worker nodes in a variety of failure scenarios.
Note: Course outline is subject to change with technology advances and as the nature of the underlying job evolves. For questions or confirmation on a specific objective or topic, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org