DO101 - Introduction to OpenShift Applications Course Overview

DO101 - Introduction to OpenShift Applications Course Overview

The "Introduction to OpenShift Applications" course is designed to equip learners with the skills needed to develop, deploy, and manage applications on the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. This course lays the groundwork for OpenShift certification training, providing practical experience through a series of modules and lessons.

In Module 1, participants will learn to set up their developer environment using popular tools like Visual Studio Code, initialize a Git repository, and manage source code with Git—a crucial aspect of modern software development.

Module 2 dives into OpenShift-specific knowledge, teaching students how to deploy applications, update them, manage secrets, and connect to databases within the OpenShift ecosystem.

Module 3 focuses on application scalability, showing how to effectively scale an application to handle increased load.

Finally, Module 4 imparts troubleshooting skills, a vital competence for maintaining application reliability.

Upon completion, attendees will be well-prepared for further OpenShift training and certification, with a strong foundation in cloud application development and operations on OpenShift.

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Course Prerequisites

To successfully undertake training in the Introduction to OpenShift Applications course, participants should ideally have the following minimum prerequisites:

  • Basic understanding of software development concepts, such as source code, version control, and application development.
  • Familiarity with command-line tools and operating systems, such as Linux or Unix.
  • Knowledge of basic Git operations, including cloning a repository, committing changes, and pushing updates.
  • Experience with a text editor or Integrated Development Environment (IDE), like Visual Studio Code, for writing and editing code.
  • An introductory-level knowledge of container technologies, specifically Docker, to comprehend how applications are packaged and isolated.
  • Awareness of basic web application architectures and components (e.g., front-end, back-end, databases).
  • A desire to learn about deploying and managing applications on a cloud platform, specifically Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.

No previous experience with Red Hat OpenShift is required. However, it is beneficial for students to be comfortable with the fundamentals of containerization and microservices architecture.

Target Audience for Introduction to OpenShift Applications

Introduction to OpenShift Applications is a course designed for IT professionals who want to develop, deploy, and manage containerized applications using Red Hat OpenShift.

  • Software Developers and Engineers
  • DevOps Engineers
  • Application Architects
  • System Administrators with a focus on containerization
  • Cloud Application Developers
  • IT Professionals looking to understand OpenShift platform
  • Technical Team Leads managing development teams
  • Quality Assurance Engineers and Testers working with containerized environments
  • Technology Enthusiasts exploring containerization and Kubernetes
  • IT Students and Graduates interested in cloud-based application development

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Introduction to OpenShift Applications?

Introduction to the Course's Learning Outcomes and Concepts Covered

This course provides practical skills in deploying and managing applications on the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, covering development tools, source code management, application scaling, and troubleshooting.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Gain proficiency in using Visual Studio Code for developing cloud-native applications.
  • Understand the principles of version control by initializing and managing a Git repository.
  • Master the workflow of managing application source code with Git, including commits, branches, merges, and handling conflicts.
  • Learn to deploy applications on the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform using source-to-image (S2I) and other methods.
  • Acquire the skills to update and roll back applications on OpenShift, ensuring continuous delivery and deployment.
  • Configure application secrets to securely manage sensitive information, such as passwords and API keys.
  • Connect applications to databases and manage persistent storage, ensuring data integrity and high availability.
  • Scale applications in OpenShift to handle increased traffic and ensure high availability, learning about horizontal and vertical scaling strategies.
  • Troubleshoot and fix common issues in OpenShift applications, including application logs, debugging, and using OpenShift's monitoring tools.
  • Understand the best practices for maintaining and optimizing the performance of applications running in a cloud-native environment.
DO101 - Introduction to OpenShift Applications