This hands-on course with lab exercises will help students to install and manage an OpenShift cluster. Throughout the course students will understand the benefits and purposes of the platform. This includes how to install the cluster, explore networking concepts, understand commands, manage OpenShift resources, configure storage, manage application deployments, and administer the cluster through logging and monitoring.
Students will need a working knowledge of Linux systems administration skills or the equivalent knowledge of skills found in the Linux Fundamentals and Enterprise Linux Systems Administration courses. Also students will benefit from an understanding of containerization as found in the Docker course.
4 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is designed for system administrators or developers.
- Installation And Core Concepts
- Application Lifecycle Management
- Jobs And Cronjobs
- Linux Containers