Take Introduction to OpenShift Applications for free

Helping our customers, partners, and communities utilize technology in times of massive transformation is what we do and who we are as an organization. To help with your skills transformation during this time, we want to make learning OpenShift accessible from wherever you are. Red Hat Training and Certification is offering the self-paced, online Introduction to OpenShift Applications (DO101) course at no cost until June 30, 2020. 

 

Red Hat Training enables you to spend less time deploying applications- and more time developing them

Immediate access to information across multiple channels has resulted in an era of fast-paced, user-driven demand and the need for accelerated application time to market. Once deployed, these applications must be portable, secure, easy to scale, and simple to manage. Organizations are turning to containers and Kubernetes to meet these needs. This need has led to the emergence of DevOps practices as a key way to accelerate digital business innovation. 

Red Hat OpenShift includes everything needed to meet your team’s objectives by enabling a high velocity DevOps pipeline, leading to faster, dynamic application deployments. It includes an enterprise-grade Linux® operating system, container runtime, networking, monitoring, container registry, authentication, and authorization solutions. These components are tested together for unified operations on a complete Kubernetes platform spanning every cloud.

While the promise of container-based architecture is compelling, the road to container adoption can be complex. To gain the full benefit of containers, you need a flexible program that incrementally delivers a modern, container-based infrastructure—with the necessary organizational process changes. Red Hat facilitates an phased approach to container adoption, progressing from proof-of-concept to high value early projects and then to operating at scale in full DevOps fashion.

 

Take Introduction to OpenShift Applications free today

Introduction to OpenShift Applications (DO101)  is designed to respond to the need to quickly and easily learn the basics of how to deploy container applications. This course is the first step in the container adoption journey for novice container application developers. This course teaches any developer, regardless of Linux technical skills, how to take their applications from their laptops into the cloud with Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. 

This one-day course provides the following value to developers

  • Manage application source code with Git
  • Develop applications with VSCode
  • Deploy an application to OpenShift
  • Update an application
  • Configure application secrets
  • Scale an application
  • Troubleshoot and fixing an application

 

The free offering for this self-paced course gives you 30 days of unlimited access to both the HD video classroom version recorded by an instructor and the text-based learning format. Additionally, you will receive 10 hours of hands-on lab time to help you build skills on real-world use cases. 

 

This offering is part of a global effort to encourage developers to learn the fundamentals of OpenShift. This course is designed for developers with experience in application development and object oriented programming. Using your own device, this one-day course will teach you how to deploy and update applications in an OpenShift 4 cluster and use the OpenShift 4 web console to build, deploy, troubleshoot and scale applications.

 

We invite you to take advantage of this opportunity by starting your learning journey today.

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  1. Hi

    Any Plans to make this ‘Introduction to Containers, Kubernetes, and Red Hat OpenShift’ available for students to get into openshift containers.

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