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QZC42G - Implementing Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform on Power Systems

Overview

Duration: 2 days

This course broadens the skills of the student who are required to implement and manage a Kubernetes-based Platform as a Service (PaaS) environment based on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform on Power Systems. The course covers basic administration and configuration of Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform within a POWER processor-based server configured with IBM PowerVC. Hands-on exercises reinforce the lecture material, and allow students to use the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform to work with images, applications, and manage a cluster.

Objectives

After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Explain the IBM path to Kubernetes
  • Describe OpenShift Container Platform (OCP)
  • Identify the components affected by the ICP (IBM Cloud Private) to OCP transition
  • Describe the OCP architecture and components
  • List the OCP machine roles
  • Explain the journey to the cloud strategy
  • List and explain the IBM Cloud Paks
  • Recall the planning steps to implement Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform environment
  • Define the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform environment requirements
  • Recall the steps to install Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform environment on Power System
  • Recall the configuration steps for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform environment
  • Recall the steps to update Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform environment
  • Recall the steps to remove Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform environment
  • Describe how to access the OCP web console
  • Identify the administrator and developer perspectives
  • Identify the CLI commands
  • Describe the identity providers
  • List the type of users and groups
  • Explain images, containers, and imagestreams
  • Describe the operator mechanism
  • Explain the storage framework
  • Describe the networking components
  • Describe manageable elements of machines and node

Audience

The course is an intermediate to a moderately advanced course. The audience for this training includes system administrators, support personnel, developers, IT specialists, IT architects, and system engineers.

Content

Day 1

  • Unit 1 – Cloud Essentials
  • Lab 1 – Accessing lab environment
  • Unit 2 - Implementation

Day 2

  • Lab 2 - Implementation
  • Unit 3 – Basic Management
  • Lab 3 – Basic Management

Prerequisites

The student must understand basic Linux administration skills, Docker, and Kubernetes knowledge. 

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