Enhancing Workload and Capacity Management with Docker on Power Systems - LX061G

PT21684
Summary
This course is designed to provide skills enablement for system administrators and product support specialists in the area of operating system based virtualization provided by Docker. Topics include introduction to Docker, planning the installation, Docker administration, and using images and containers. Hands-on exercises reinforce the lecture material, and allow students to install and configure Docker.
Prerequisites
Students attending this course are expected to have Linux on Power, and PowerVM working knowledge. These skills can be obtained by attending the following courses or gained from equivalent experience: Essentials of PowerVM (LX024G) Power Systems Running Linux: Red Hat Administration (LX031G)
Duration
2 Days
Audience
This course is for anyone that needs to build experience with operating system based virtualization using Docker. The audience for this training includes the following: Cloud administrators POWER technical support individuals POWER system administrators POWER system engineers POWER system architects
Topics
On completion of this course, students should be able to: Describe the architecture of the Docker platform. Install and configure Docker onto a Power Systems environment. Perform Docker administration operations. Perform user operations with images and containers. Understand the concept of Docker orchestration. Learn about. Systems w/TPS. Cognitive Systems. Enterprise Linux Market. Enterprise Linux.

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