UPDATED COURSE: Cloud-Native API Administration with Red Hat 3scale API Management (DO240)

joelbirchler
Moderator
Moderator

Cloud-Native API Administration with Red Hat 3scale API Management (DO240)

Overview

Cloud-native API Administration with Red Hat 3scale API Management (DO240) provides administrators, site reliability engineers, and developers with an introduction to managing cloud-native APIs on OpenShift.  This course teaches students how to install, administer, monetize, monitor, secure, and document APIs.

DO240 is a three day course based on Red Hat 3scale API Management 2.11. This version of the course contains new material covering installation using operators, multi-tenancy, monitoring, monetization and securing APIs by using the OpenID Connect (OIDC) standard.

 

Acknowledgements

We would like to thank all of the people that contributed to the creation of this course.  Thank you to Alejandro Serna-Borja, Enol Alvarez, Guy Bianco IV, Ivan Chavero, Marek Czernek, Ravi Srinivasan, and Zach Gutterman. Thank you to our content services group including Sam Ffrench, Sajith Sugathan, and Heider Souza. Thanks to Chetan Tiwary for end to end testing. Thank you to Richard Allred for building and supporting the classroom environment.

Thanks to David Song for contributing to the OAuth/OIDC topic.

Special thanks to the Red Hatters that participated in the pilot and provided feedback while the course was available in Early Access. Your input and collaboration helps us to make the best course possible.

2 responses
msaha
Flight Engineer
Flight Engineer

@joelbirchler Is there any estimation when the exam for this updated course will become available for scheduling? Currently available EX240 exam is based on Red Hat 3scale API Management 2.4.

msaha
Flight Engineer
Flight Engineer

@joelbirchler It has been observed that the course AD240 has retired, the course link is redirecting to DO240. But EX240 exam is still based on Red Hat 3scale API Management 2.4. Is there any estimation when the exam for this updated course will become available for scheduling?