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Course Designed According To Requirements
Post Training Assistance
- Performing basic tasks in Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform (OCP).
- Creating containerized services using Podman.
- Managing containers and container images.
- Creating custom container images.
- Deploying containerized applications on OpenShift.
- Deploying multi-container applications.
- Developers willing to containerize software applications.
- Administrators new to container technology/orchestration.
- Architects interested in using container technologies in software architectures.
- Site Reliability Engineers looking to support technology infrastructures using Kubernetes and OpenShift.
- Individuals who wish to complete the Red Hat Specialist in Containers and Kubernetes certification.
- Experience using a Linux terminal session and issuing operating system commands.
- Familiarity with shell scripting.
- Know-how of web application architectures and their related technologies.
- Recommended: The Red Hat Certified System Administrator credential.
About the Exam
Skills Tested: Fundamentals of Containers and OpenShift.
Certification Awarded: The Red Hat Certified Specialist in Containers & Kubernetes.
Exam Format: Performance-based Hands-on Testing of Real-world Tasks.
Internet Access: Not Provided.
Hard Copies: Prohibited.
Duration: 2 Hours.
Cost: $400 (Region-specific).
Virtual Instructor-Led Session
- Red Hat Accredited Content
- Experienced Subject Matter Experts
- Approved and Quality Ensured training Material
- 24*7 learner assistance and support
- Provisioning a service utilizing container technology
- Modifying pre-build container images for creating and managing containerized services
- Managing the life cycle of a container image from creation to deletion.
- Designing/Coding a Container file for building a custom container image.
- Deploying single container applications on the OpenShift Container Platform.
- Deploying applications that are containerized using multiple container images.
- Troubleshooting a containerized application deployed on OpenShift.
- Containerizing a software application, testing it with Podman, and deploying it on an OpenShift cluster.
As Containers and OpenShift are now becoming de facto solutions for agile development and application deployments, your administrators and developers need ways to improve application time-to-market and maintainability.
A container-based architecture, orchestrated with Kubernetes and OpenShift, enhances application reliability, scalability, reduces the developer overhead, facilitates continuous integration and deployment.
The OpenShift I Containers & Kubernetes training is your employees' starting point for the OpenShift curriculum within GLS, and brings the necessary foundation before moving to OpenShift development or administration.
In addition, it facilitates your gateway to organizational and digital transformations by arranging a comprehensive look at the potential of DevOps utilizing a container-based architecture.
Yes, on Red Hat OpenShift® Container Platform 4.10.
The RHCSA or Red Hat System Administrator credential validates your core system administration skills for Red Hat Enterprise Linux environments. It is not mandatory to finalize this certification before moving on to the Red Hat OpenShift I Containers & Kubernetes training; however, the learning experience can be immensely valuable.
Only one: The Red Hat Certified Specialist in Containers and Kubernetes EX180 exam.
Skills for Implementing Images using Podman
- Understanding/Using FROM (the concept of a base image) instruction.
- RUN instruction.
- ADD instruction.
- COPY instruction.
- The difference between ADD and COPY instructions.
- Understanding/Using WORKDIR and USER instructions.
- Security-related topics.
- The differences/applicability of CMD vs. ENTRYPOINT instructions.
- Understanding ENTRYPOINT instruction with param.
- When/How to expose ports from a Docker file.
- Understanding/Using environment variables inside images.
- ENV instruction.
- Container volume.
- Mounting a host directory as a data volume.
- Understanding security/permissions requirements related to this approach.
- The lifecycle and clean-up requirements of this approach.
- Understanding private registry security.
- Interacting with many different registries.
- Understanding/Using image tags.
- Pushing/Pulling images from, and to registries.
- Backing up an image with its layers and metadata vs. backup a container state.
Running Containers Locally using Podman
- Getting container logs.
- Listening to container events on the container host.
- Using Podman inspect.
Foundational OpenShift Knowledge/Skills
Creating Applications in OpenShift
- Creating/Managing/Deleting projects from a template, source code, and an image.
- Customizing catalog template parameters.
- Specifying environment parameters.
- Exposing public applications.
Troubleshooting Applications in OpenShift
- Understanding the description of application resources.
- Getting application logs.
- Inspecting running applications.
- Connecting to containers running in a pod.
- Copying resources to/from containers running in a pod.
A hands-on and practical exam involving real-world tasks.
No, and hard copies or any electronic documentation are also prohibited.
Yes! Passing the EX180 exam not only makes you a Red Hat Certified Specialist in Containers and Kubernetes but also counts towards achieving a Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA®).
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