RH065 – Running Containers with Red Hat Technical Overview

Course description

A basic introduction to container management in Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Linux containers are an increasingly important technology that allows you to deploy your applications with their entire runtime environment and easily move them between different operating environments (dev, test, and production) in a reliable, scalable, and trusted way. Containers provide your team with tools that can be used to help implement DevOps and CI/CD (continuous integration and continuous deployment) practices and other elements of a cloud-native application approach. Running Containers with Red Hat Technical Overview (RH065) provides a basic introduction to container management in Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Students will learn what containers are and how to use them to deploy software applications on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux server.

Course content summary

  • Obtain, run, and manage simple, lightweight services as containers on a single Red Hat Enterprise Linux server.
  • Explain what a container is and how to use one to manage and deploy applications with their supporting software libraries and dependencies.
  • Install container management tools and run a simple rootless container.
  • Find, retrieve, inspect, and manage container images obtained from a remote container registry and stored on your server.
  • Run containers with advanced options; list the containers running on the system; and start, stop, and kill containers.
  • Provide persistent storage for container data by mounting a directory from the container host inside a running container.
  • Start, stop, and check the status of a container as a system service.

Target audience

  • This course is intended for students who are interested in a basic introduction to container management in Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
  • Students with basic Red Hat Enterprise Linux skills

Recommended training

Duration 30 days

DO092 – Developing Cloud-Native Applications with Microservices Architectures

Course description

Identify the proper frameworks and tools to build your microservices architecture

Developing Cloud-Native Applications with Microservices Architectures (DO092) is a series of on-demand, online videos that will teach you how to combine different frameworks and tools into a microservices architecture that fits your organizational needs.

You’ve no doubt heard about the microservices architecture, but understanding and executing it can be a bit of a challenge. Through a series of videos, this course will introduce microservices, review multiple microservices frameworks and runtimes, and show you techniques to deploy them through a hassle-free DevOps pipeline. We’ll discuss containers, Docker, Spring Boot, NodeJS, .NET, OpenShift, Jenkins, Vert.x, Kubernetes, and much more.

Note: You can view all videos or only the ones that interest you. There are no hands-on labs or course completion recognition associated with this course.

Audience for this course

Java™ developers and anyone interested in OpenShift and Kubernetes

Understanding of software and IT system architecture

Prerequisites for this course

  • Understanding of software and IT system architecture

Duration 30 days

RH018 – Virtualization and Infrastructure Migration Technical Overview

Course description

Learn the basics of open source virtualization and migration planning

The Virtualization and Infrastructure Migration Technical Overview (RH018) will help you discover the benefits of open source virtualization, how to better manage your virtualization assets, and the best way to move traditional workloads from one virtualization provider to an open virtualization.

Course summary

Through online, on-demand videos, you will learn to:

  • Easily define infrastructure mappings.
  • Create migration plans to confidently balance your workloads.
  • Build migration plans to reduce your expenditure on virtualization.

Audience for this course

  • IT architects
  • Systems engineers
  • IT operations

Prerequisites for this course

  • Basic virtualization knowledge
  • Basic system administration skills

Duration 30 days

Red Hat OpenStack Administration I: Core Operations for Domain Operators (CL110VT) – Tier3 – Polish

Overview

Course description

Introduction to Red Hat OpenStack Platform and the deLearn to operate a Red Hat® OpenStack Platform private cloud and manage domain resources to secure and deploy modern, scalable cloud applications, networks and storage

Red Hat OpenStack Administration I: Core Operations for Domain Operators (CL110) teaches you how to operate and manage a production Red Hat OpenStack Platform (RHOSP) single-site overcloud. You will learn how to create secure project environments in which to provision resources and manage security privileges that cloud users need to deploy scalable cloud applications. You will learn about OpenShift integration with load balancers, identity management, monitoring, proxies, and storage. You will also develop more troubleshooting and Day 2 operations skills in this course.

This course is based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5 and Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.0.

Course content summary

The focus of Red Hat OpenStack Administration I: Core Operations for Cloud Operators (CL110) will be managing OpenStack using both the web-based dashboard and the command-line interface, in addition to managing instances and installing a proof-of-concept environment using Red Hat OpenStack Platform (RHOSP) director. Essential skills covered in the course include configuring Red Hat OpenStack Platform (using the director UI); managing users, projects, flavors, roles, images, networking, and block storage; setting quotas; and configuring images at instantiation.

  • Launch an instance.
  • Manage projects, quotas, and users.
  • Manage networks, subnets, routers, and floating IP addresses.
  • Create and manage block and object storage in the OpenStack framework.
  • Customize instances with cloud-init.
  • Deploy scalable stacks.
  • Deploy Red Hat OpenStack Platform using RHOSP director.

Audience for this course

This course is designed for Linux system administrators, cloud administrators, and cloud operators interested in, or responsible for, maintaining a private or hybrid cloud.

Prerequisites for this course

For candidates that have not earned their RHCSA, confirmation of the correct skill set knowledge can be obtained by passing the online skills assessment.

Red Hat Virtualization (RH318VT) – Tier3 – English

Overview

Course description

Deploy, configure, manage, and migrate virtual environments

Red Hat Virtualization (RH318) teaches you the skills needed to deploy, administer, and operate virtual machines in your organization using Red Hat® Virtualization. Through numerous hands-on exercises, you will demonstrate the ability to deploy and configure the Red Hat Virtualization infrastructure and use it to provision and manage virtual machines. This offering also prepares you for the Red Hat Certified Specialist in Virtualization exam.

This course is based on Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 4.3 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux® 7.6 and 8, as well as Red Hat Hyperconverged Infrastructure for Virtualization 1.6.

Course content summary

  • Configure Red Hat Virtualization
  • Configure networking and storage for use with Red Hat Virtualization
  • Manage user accounts and access to the Red Hat Virtualization environment
  • Install and manage virtual machines in Red Hat Virtualization
  • Use templates for rapid virtual machine deployment
  • Manage virtual machine snapshots and images
  • Migrate virtual machines and explore high-availability options

Audience for this course

Linux system administrators, virtualization administrators, and hybrid infrastructure engineers interested in deploying large-scale virtualization solutions and managing virtual servers in their datacenters, based on the Red Hat Virtualization open virtualization management platform.

Recommendations for this course

Red Hat OpenStack Administration III: Networking & Foundations of NFV (CL310VT) – Tier3_Polish

Overview

Course description

Manage Red Hat OpenStack networking for performance tuning

Red Hat OpenStack Administration III: Networking & Foundations of NFV (CL310) teaches network engineers, network operators, cloud operators, and cloud administrators how to manage and tune Red Hat® OpenStack Platform for network performance.

This course can also help you prepare for the Red Hat® Certified Engineer (RHCE®) in Red Hat OpenStack exam (EX310).

This offering is based on Red Hat OpenStack version 10.0 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4.

Course summary

You will learn how to manage the OpenStack networking service (Neutron) with network functions virtualization to enhance network performance. You will configure distributed virtual routers, Open vSwitch with Data Plane Development Kit datapath, and IPv6 networking in OpenStack. You will also deploy software-defined networking with OpenDaylight.

  • Network functions virtualization (NFV)
  • Distributed virtual router (DVR)
  • Open vSwitch with Data Plane Development Kit (OVS-DPDK) datapath
  • IPv6 networking
  • Single-root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV)*
  • Software-defined networking (SDN) with OpenDaylight (ODL)
  • VLAN, VXLAN, and GRE networks

*SR-IOV is covered in the course as a lecture and a video. The specification is not covered as a hands-on exercise because it requires special hardware.

Audience for this course

This course is designed for network engineers, network operators, cloud administrators, and cloud operators.

Prerequisites for this course

Red Hat Ceph 3 Storage Architecture and Administration (CEPH125VT) – Tier3_Polish

Overview

Course description

Learn how to deploy, manage, and scale out a Ceph storage cluster

Red Hat Ceph Storage Architecture and Administration (CEPH125) helps you provide unified storage for enterprise servers and Red Hat® OpenStack Platform with Red Hat Ceph Storage. Learn to use a Ceph storage cluster to provide servers and cloud resources with object storage compatible with the Amazon S3 or OpenStack Swift APIs, Ceph-native or iSCSI-based block storage, and file storage using CephFS.

This course is based on Red Hat Ceph Storage 3.0, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4/7.5, and Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10.0.

Course content summary

Red Hat Ceph Storage Architecture and Administration (CEPH125) is designed for storage administrators or cloud operators who intend to deploy Red Hat Ceph Storage to their production data center environment or OpenStack installation.

  • Deploying and managing a Red Hat Ceph Storage cluster on commodity servers using Ansible.
  • Creating, expanding, and controlling access to storage pools provided by the Ceph cluster.
  • Accessing Red Hat Ceph Storage from clients using object, block, and file-based methods.
  • Analyzing and tuning Red Hat Ceph Storage performance.
  • Integrating OpenStack image, object, block, and file storage with a Red Hat Ceph Storage cluster.

Audience for this course

This course is intended for storage administrators, cloud operators, and cloud developers who want to learn how to deploy and manage Red Hat Ceph Storage for use by servers in an enterprise data center or within a Red Hat OpenStack Platform environment.

Prerequisites for this course

Red Hat OpenStack Administration II: Day 2 Operations for Cloud Operators (CL210VT) – Tier3 – English

Overview

Course description

Introduction to Red Hat OpenStack Platform configuration and administration of private cloud infrastructure using core OpenStack services

Red Hat OpenStack Administration II: Infrastructure Configuration for Cloud Administrators (CL210) teaches you how to implement a full-featured cloud computing environment using OpenStack. You will learn how to configure, administer, and manage Red Hat® OpenStack Platform infrastructure. The lessons and objectives taught in this course will prepare you for the Red Hat Certified System Administrator in Red Hat OpenStack exam (EX210).

This course is based on Red Hat OpenStack Platform 13.0 and Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 7.5.

The focus of this course is on managing and using the OpenStack client command-line interface and the director and dashboard graphical web user interfaces to securely manage server instances, compute and storage resources, and user identities.

Course content summary

  • Gain familiarity with overcloud service containerization technology.
  • Learn about Open Virtual Networking (OVN) enhancement to OVS.
  • Use identity service v3 (keystone) with external Red Hat IdM store.
  • Manage the core control plane, including Pacemaker.
  • Customize images, with techniques for multiple use cases.
  • Manage block and object storage.
  • Manage compute nodes, including tuning and hyperconvergence.
  • Deploy multi-container stacks.
  • Troubleshoot OpenStack.

Audience for this course

This course is intended for Linux system administrators, cloud administrators, cloud operators, and infrastructure architects interested in, or responsible for, maintaining a private or hybrid cloud.

Prerequisites for this course

Red Hat Virtualization (RH318) – CZ

Overview

Course description

Deploy, configure, manage, and migrate virtual environments

Red Hat Virtualization (RH318) teaches you the skills needed to deploy, administer, and operate virtual machines in your organization using Red Hat® Virtualization. Through numerous hands-on exercises, you will demonstrate the ability to deploy and configure the Red Hat Virtualization infrastructure and use it to provision and manage virtual machines. This offering also prepares you for the Red Hat Certified Specialist in Virtualization exam.

This course is based on Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 4.3 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux® 7.6 and 8, as well as Red Hat Hyperconverged Infrastructure for Virtualization 1.6.

Course content summary

  • Configure Red Hat Virtualization
  • Configure networking and storage for use with Red Hat Virtualization
  • Manage user accounts and access to the Red Hat Virtualization environment
  • Install and manage virtual machines in Red Hat Virtualization
  • Use templates for rapid virtual machine deployment
  • Manage virtual machine snapshots and images
  • Migrate virtual machines and explore high-availability options

Audience for this course

Linux system administrators, virtualization administrators, and hybrid infrastructure engineers interested in deploying large-scale virtualization solutions and managing virtual servers in their datacenters, based on the Red Hat Virtualization open virtualization management platform.

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