I think yes. However, please, pay attention to the prerequisites for this course at https://www.redhat.com/en/services/training/do180-introduction-containers-kubernetes-red-hat-openshi... and also evaluate the readiness for it with free skill assessment at https://www.redhat.com/rhtapps/assessment/session/
Intro to containers, Kubernetes, and Red Hat OpenShift (DO180) sounds like a good option to start with - you can check out the first chapter of the course for free here.
Additional resources you can leverage are the following Red Hat learning paths:
Red Hat OpenShift (the focus here is strong on Containers, DevOps and OpenShift)
Let us know if you have other questions about a specific course or offering.
Hi Kundan -
I'll echo what Deanna said - the DO180 would be a great place to start if you're just starting out with containers and Kubernetes. You'll get hands-on experience with moving your application workloads to containers running on OpenShift deployed to the cloud. From there, depending on your focus, we have OpenShift administration or development-focused courses that would be great next steps. All of which are included in the Red Hat Learning Subscription!
Happy to answer any questions you may have!
I would suggest our free Technical Overview video course: Deploying Containerized Applications Technical Overview (DO080), which is a precursor to the course mentioned above, DO180.
Introduction to OpenShift Application (DO101) might also be worth consideration.