Get started with OpenShift quickly with lectures, demos, quizzes and hands-on coding exercises right in your browser
What you'll learn:
- Deploy an Openshift Cluster
- Deploy application on Openshift Cluster
- Setup integration between Openshift and SCM
- Create custom templates and catalog items in Openshift
- Deploy Multiservices applications on Openshift
Learn the fundamentals andbasic concepts of OpenShiftthat you will need to build a simple OpenShift cluster and get started with deploying and managing Application.
Build a strong foundation in OpenShift and container orchestrationwith this tutorial for beginners.
- Deploy OpenShift with Minishift
- Understand Projects, Users
- Understand Builds, Build Triggers, Image streams, Deployments
- Understand Network, Services and Routes
- Configure integration between OpenShift and GitLab SCM
- Deploy a sample Multi-services application on OpenShift
A much required skill for any one in DevOps and CloudLearning the fundamentals of OpenShift puts knowledge of a powerful PaaS offeringat your fingertips. OpenShift is the next generation Application Hosting platform byRed Hat.
Content and Overview
This course introduces OpenShiftto an Absolute Beginner using really simple and easy to understand lectures. Lectures are followed by demos showing how to setup and get started with OpenShift. The coding exercises that accompany this course will help you practice OpenShift configuration files in YAML. You will be developing OpenShift Configuration Filesfor different use cases right in your browser. The coding exercises will validate your commands and Configuration Filesand ensure you have written them correctly.
And finally we have assignments to put your skills to test. You will be given a challenge to solve using the skills you gained during this course. This is a great way to gain a real life project experience and work with the other students in the community to develop an OpenShiftdeploymentand get feedback for your work. The assignment will push you to research and develop your own OpenShift Clusters.
Openshift and the OpenShift logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Red Hat, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. Re Hat, Inc. and other parties may also have trademark rights in other terms used herein.This course is not certified, accredited, affiliated with, nor endorsed by OpenShift orRed Hat, Inc.