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- Explaining the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform cluster installation and update processes.
- Troubleshooting application deployments.
- Configuring authentication using local users.
- Controlling access to projects utilizing role-based access control (RBAC).
- Exposing applications to clients external to the cluster using TLS encryption.
- Configuring network isolation between services and applications using network policies.
- Configuring application scheduling using labels/selectors.
- Limiting compute resource usage of applications with resource limits and quotas.
- Managing a cluster and deployed applications with the Web Console.
- Installing Kubernetes Operators with the Web Console.
- System Administrators, System Architects, and Developers willing to install/configure the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.
- System/Software Architects who wish to understand the features/functionality of an OpenShift cluster.
- System Administrators interested in the ongoing management of clusters and containerized applications.
- Cluster Operators who want to manage the access to cluster resources by users and applications.
- Site Reliability Engineers trying to understand a cluster's ongoing maintenance and troubleshooting.
- Professionals looking to complete the Red Hat Specialist in OpenShift Administration certification.
- Earn the Red Hat Certified System Administrator credential, or show equivalent Red Hat Enterprise Linux system administration experience.
- Go through the DO180 Red Hat OpenShift I: Containers & Kubernetes training, or bring equivalent experience with containers, Kubernetes, and OpenShift basics.
About the Exam
Skills Tested: Creating, Configuring, and Managing a Cloud App Platform
using Red Hat OpenShift Container.
Certification Awarded: The Red Hat Certified Specialist in OpenShift Administration.
Exam Format: Performance-based Evaluation.
Duration: 3 Hours.
Cost: $400 (Region-specific).
Virtual Instructor-led Sessions
- Red Hat Accredited Content
- Experienced Subject Matter Experts
- Approved and Quality Ensured training Material
- 24*7 learner assistance and support
- Explaining the architecture of the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.
- Describing OpenShift installation methods and verifying the health of a newly installed cluster.
- Configuring authentication with the HTPasswd identity provider and assigning roles to users/groups
- Restricting permissions of applications utilizing security context constraints and protecting access credentials using secrets.
- Troubleshooting OpenShift software-defined networking (SDN) and configuring network policies.
- Controlling which nodes a pod runs on.
- Describing how to perform a cluster update.
- Managing a Red Hat OpenShift cluster using the web console.
It develops your employees' abilities for installing, configuring, and managing the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform to deploy highly available, resilient, and scalable containerized applications.
Moreover, it ensures OpenShift Container Platform's optimal utilization for rapid application development/deployment, portability of an application across environments, simplified application scaling, and administration/maintenance of adapted or cloud-native applications.
The Red Hat Operating a Production Kubernetes Cluster training sharpens your skills for establishing a new OpenShift cluster, performing the initial configuration of the cluster, managing the cluster on a day-to-day basis, and troubleshooting common problems encountered beyond day one.
Yes, version 4.10.
The RHCSA certification is meant for seasoned Red Hat Enterprise Linux System Administrators seeking validation of their knowledge/skills. It requires passing the EX200 exam, and proves the following abilities:
• Using essential tools for handling files, directories, command-line environments, and documentation.
• Creating simple shell scripts.
• Operating running systems, including booting into different run levels, identifying processes, starting/stopping virtual machines, and controlling services.
• Configuring local storage utilizing partitions and logical volumes.
• Creating/Configuring file systems and file system attributes, like permissions, encryption, access control lists, and network file systems.
• Deploying, configuring, and maintaining systems (software installation, update, and core services).
• Managing users/groups.
• Managing security (basic firewall and SELinux configuration).
• Performing basic container management.
The 3-hours-long exam validates the following skills:
Managing the OpenShift Container Platform
- Using the command-line interface to manage/configure an OpenShift cluster.
- Using the web console to manage/configure an OpenShift cluster.
- Creating/Deleting Projects.
- Importing, exporting, and configuring Kubernetes resources.
- Examining resources and cluster status.
- Viewing logs.
- Monitoring cluster events and alerts.
- Troubleshooting common cluster events and alerts.
- Using product documentation.
Managing Users & Policies
- Configuring the HTPasswd identity provider for authentication.
- Creating/Deleting users.
- Modifying user passwords.
- Modifying user/group permissions.
- Creating/Managing groups.
Controlling the Access to Resources
- Defining role-based access controls.
- Applying permissions to users.
- Creating/Applying secrets for managing sensitive information.
- Creating service accounts and applying permissions utilizing security context constraints.
Configuring Networking Components
- Troubleshooting software-defined networking.
- Creating/Editing external routes.
- Controlling cluster network ingress.
- Creating a self-signed certificate.
- Securing routes using TLS certificates.
Configuring Pod Scheduling
- Limiting resource usage.
- Scaling applications to meet increased demand.
- Controlling pod placement across cluster nodes.
- No, you may take it from wherever you are by choosing Red Hat's remote exam format.
No, as training partners are not authorized to reveal the results to candidates directly, you will receive all official scores from the Red Hat Certification Central portal.
Yes, it also counts toward becoming a Red Hat Certified Architect
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