UPDATED COURSE AVAILABLE: Introduction to OpenShift Applications (DO101)

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Overview

Red Hat Training’s entry level course for application developers is now updated to the Extended Update Support version of OpenShift Container Platform 4.6 (OCP). DO101: Introduction to OpenShift Applications 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 running on their laptops to running on the cloud with Kubernetes with Red Hat® OpenShift® Container Platform.

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.  This course prepares operators, administrators, and developers to  continue deeper into the OpenShift Administrationor OpenShift Developer skills paths.

 

Training Personas

Training Personas

Enterprise

Persona

Marie Monolith

Currently

Marie, an application developer, is developing monolithic applications for her organization. Her organization has recently decided to modernize by moving their applications to OpenShift. 

Job Goal

Marie wants to decrease burnout factors for her and her fellow developers. 

Education Goal

Marie wants to continue being a productive team contributor and needs a quick rundown of the basic features on OpenShift and needs to know how to leverage OpenShift to complete her day to day tasks.

 

Acknowledgements

I would like to thank all of the team members that contributed to the success of this course. Thank you to Randy Thomas, Marek Czernek, Eduardo Ramirez, Enol Alvarez, Guy Bianco, Manuel Aude Morales, and Ravishankar Srinivasan for their hard work updating this course. Thank you to our content services group including Sam Ffrench and Heider Souza. Thank you Chetan Tiwary for providing QA testing. Thank you to Richard Allred for building and supporting the classroom environment.