About this course:
This course is about designing and developing the cluster. In this course, you will learn how to design an OpenShift HA cluster, and then, how to develop that design in a proper cluster and test it afterwards. This course is about using the cluster for advance motives for the administration department. You will also learn how to operate a huge and strong OpenShift cluster in the remaining lessons.
On average, a Red Hat Engineer earns $87,078 per annum.
The course has the following learning objectives:
- Learning about the OpenShift cluster components, structure, and sizing
- Digging out different OpenShift installation techniques
- Setting up storage sources and storage sectors
- Regulating OpenShift certificates
- Setting up GlusterFS container-native storage
- Investigating cluster health
- Scaling OpenShift clusters
- Regulating OpenShift resources
This course will be essentially helpful for those Linux system administrators who want to learn about the installation method and regulating techniques for a wide ranging Red Hat® OpenShift Container Platform database in their workforce environment.
Red Hat has made some recommendations, as to what will be helpful for you to have before taking this course. This includes firstly that either you have the certification of Red Hat Certified System Administrator course or you must be having relevant experience in the field to make up for it. Secondly, you have either received an introductory session on Containers, Kubernetes, and Red Hat OpenShift (DO180) or you give practical demonstration of skills in the mentioned relevant fields. Thirdly, either you have already taken the first part of this course i.e. Red Hat OpenShift Administration I (DO280) or you show demonstration of sound knowledge in the said field. Lastly, it is recommended but not required that you have certification in Red Hat Certified Specialist in OpenShift Administration (EX280) field.