DO180 Red Hat OpenShift Administration I: Operating a Production Cluster Course Overview

DO180 Red Hat OpenShift Administration I: Operating a Production Cluster Course Overview

The DO180 Red Hat OpenShift Administration I: Operating a Production Cluster course provides a comprehensive introduction to OpenShift, the containerization software, and its underlying technology, Kubernetes. This course is an excellent starting point for IT professionals looking to achieve Red Hat Kubernetes certification as it covers the fundamental concepts and practical skills needed to operate a production Kubernetes cluster. Students will learn to monitor cluster services, utilize command-line interfaces, run and deploy containerized applications, manage storage and configurations, ensure application reliability, and troubleshoot effectively. With a hands-on approach, this introduction to OpenShift equips learners with the expertise to manage Kubernetes resources and deploy applications in a real-world environment, making them valuable assets in the rapidly evolving landscape of container orchestration.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure that you have a successful learning experience in the DO180 Red Hat OpenShift Administration I: Operating a Production Cluster course, the following are the minimum required prerequisites:


  • Basic understanding of Linux command line skills (equivalent to the skills taught in the Red Hat System Administration I course, RH124)
  • Familiarity with general networking concepts
  • Knowledge of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) or a similar Linux distribution
  • An understanding of basic application development concepts and processes
  • No prior knowledge of Kubernetes or OpenShift is required

These prerequisites are designed to establish a foundation that will help you effectively engage with the course material. If you are not familiar with some of these concepts, we recommend completing preliminary learning in those areas to maximize the benefits of the DO180 training.


Target Audience for DO180 Red Hat OpenShift Administration I: Operating a Production Cluster

The DO180 Red Hat OpenShift Administration I course equips IT professionals with skills to manage Kubernetes and OpenShift clusters effectively.


  • System Administrators
  • Cloud Administrators
  • DevOps Engineers
  • IT Architects
  • Software Developers with a focus on containerization
  • Site Reliability Engineers (SREs)
  • Technical IT Professionals interested in container technologies
  • Application Administrators
  • IT Operations staff
  • Infrastructure Automation Professionals
  • Technical Project Managers overseeing container-based deployments


Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this DO180 Red Hat OpenShift Administration I: Operating a Production Cluster?

Introduction to Learning Outcomes

In the DO180 Red Hat OpenShift Administration I course, participants will gain the skills to deploy, manage, and troubleshoot containerized applications on the Red Hat OpenShift cluster, ensuring application reliability and resilience.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Understand the core services of Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift, and monitor them via the web console.
  • Utilize the command line and API resources to access and assess the health of an OpenShift cluster.
  • Run and troubleshoot containerized applications using unmanaged Kubernetes pods.
  • Deploy networked applications on Kubernetes and manage their access within and outside the cluster.
  • Manage application configurations and persistent data storage using Kubernetes resources.
  • Configure Kubernetes applications for high availability and resilience to maintain service reliability.
  • Implement and manage application updates, ensuring reproducible deployments and facilitating rollbacks when necessary.
  • Troubleshoot issues in containerized applications deployed on Red Hat OpenShift effectively.
  • Apply practical knowledge to containerize, test, and deploy applications on an OpenShift cluster as part of a comprehensive review.
  • Gain proficiency in using Podman for testing containerized applications before deployment on an OpenShift environment.