NEW COURSE: Scaling Kubernetes Deployments in the Enterprise - OpenShift Admin III : (DO380v4.4)

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Overview

Red Hat Training’s latest release in the OpenShift 4.x series supports organizations engaged in the Prepare through Optimize stages of their Container Adoption Journey. Red Hat OpenShift Administration III: Scaling Kubernetes Deployments in the Enterprise (DO380). This advanced level course teaches topics critical to the successful adoption of Kubernetes for Enterprise customers. Students learn to manage and automate workflows with GitOps + Jenkins & OpenShift API’s, install & manage operators, and secure deployments with SSL & Enterprise Authentication services such as Red Hat IDM.  

OpenShift bridges platform, application, and developer services on top of Kubernetes and Red Hat Enterprise Linux CoreOS, adding extensibility features such as logging, monitoring, and security. Customers moving from other Kubernetes deployment will quickly appreciate the enhanced capabilities engineered into Red Hat’s platform.  This course builds upon OpenShift Administration II (DO280), currently the fourth most consumed course in the Red Hat Learning Subscription.  

Training Personas

 

Training Personas

Enterprise

Persona

Charlie Root

Currently

Charlie Root is a seasoned system administrator who is experienced working with OpenShift for container deployment and orchestration  His company is ready to move beyond proof of concept and he now needs to know how to take the next step: deploying highly available containers securely and at scale.

Job Goal

To become a senior OpenShift Container Platform administrator supporting a multi-tenant PaaS platform

Education Goal

Charlie Root will deploy Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform with Enterprise Authentication, Secured with SSL, make use of Operators, GitOps, & Storage, and learn valuable troubleshooting skills.

 

 

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2 responses
Cadet
Cadet

Hello,

Course DO380 used to be referred to as Red Hat OpenShift Administration II. Unless I misunderstood,  with this announcement it becomes Red Hat OpenShift Administration III: Scaling Kubernetes Deployments in the Enterprise (DO380).

Does one supersede the other? And if not, how do we distinguish between the two through course codes from now on?

Thanks for advising.

Aleksandra

Moderator
Moderator

The roman numerals on DO280 and DO380 (and also DO288) are changing to better align with DO180 which is supposed to the first course for both administrators and developers. So the Administation track is DO180 (I), DO280 (II), and DO380 (III).

The numerals will be inconsistent for a time until all groups whinin  Red Hat, such as sales and services, sync this change of course names. So if you see in some place DO380 with a "II" numeral and in another place DO380 with a "III" numeral, they are the same course.