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Red Hat Certified Specialist in Containers and Kubernetes (EX180) and OpenShift Administration (EX280) (Video Collection)

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  • Copyright 2022
  • Edition: 1st
  • Online Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-792869-6
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-792869-9

All topics covered to pass the EX180 and EX280 exams.

16+ Hours of Video Instruction


This master class includes the following courses:
* Red Hat Certified Specialist in Containers and Kubernetes Complete Video Course: Red Hat EX180
* Red Hat OpenShift Administration: Red Hat EX280

Red Hat Certified Specialist in Containers and Kubernetes Complete Video Course: Red Hat EX180 provides an in-depth analysis of the core objectives and topics in the Red Hat EX180 exam so you can get started with containers on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and OpenShift, the Red Hat Kubernetes distribution, while also preparing for the Red Hat exam EX180. Topics include managing containers and container images with Podman, running applications in OpenShift, and using OpenShift to automate complex automation builds. This video course is also a great resource for anyone interested in working with standalone containers using Podman on Red Hat, as well orchestrated containers and devops workflows using Red Hat OpenShift.

In almost 9 hours of engaging video training, instructor Sander van Vugt uses deep-dive explanations, whiteboard instruction, and real-world hands-on demos. Each lesson concludes with a hands-on lab, which provides a deeper understanding of all the topics of Red Hat Certified Specialist in Containers and Kubernetes and helps you excel on your EX180 exam.

Red Hat OpenShift Administration Complete Video Course: Red Hat EX280 provides an introduction in administrating OpenShift and prepares viewers to take the Red Hat exam EX280. This course provides in-depth training and hands-on labs exploring the ins and out of administering in OpenShift. Topics include management of cluster nodes, users, and role-based access control, as well as management of applications in an OpenShift environment. The Red Hat Certified Specialist in OpenShift Administration exam (EX280) tests the knowledge, skills, and ability to create, configure, and manage a cloud application platform using Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.

This engaging self-paced video training solution provides learners with more than 8 hours of video instruction from an expert trainer with years of providing practical Linux teaching experience. Through the use of topic-focused instructional videos, you will gain an in-depth understanding of all topics on the Red Hat OpenShift Administration EX280 exam, as well as a deeper understanding of Ansible. The combination of video and labs provides a unique offering that gives you a full toolkit to learn and excel on your exam.

Course Requirements
* One (virtual) machine running Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, or Rocky Linux 8.x to perform the labs about Podman containers
* A computer running any operating system with at least 16GB RAM to run the CodeReady Containers Virtual Machine
* Students should be able to run a virtual machine that requires 12GB of RAM

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Table of Contents

Red Hat Certified Specialist in Containers and Kubernetes Complete Video Course: Red Hat EX180

Module 1: Container Fundamentals
Lesson 1: Introduction to Containers and Kubernetes
1.1 Understanding Containers
1.2 Understanding Container Architecture
1.3 Understanding the Container Engine
1.4 Understanding Container Needs in the Datacenter
1.5 Understanding Kubernetes and OpenShift
Lesson 2: Running Containers
2.1 Running Containers on Podman/CRI-o
2.2 Understanding Rootless Containers
2.3 Understanding Containers and the Host OS
2.4 Providing Variables at Container Start
Lesson 3: Managing Container Images
3.1 Using Registries
3.2 Managing Images
3.3 Working with Tags
3.4 Sharing Images
Lesson 4: Managing Containers
4.1 Getting Container Status Information
4.2 Executing Commands within Containers
4.3 Attaching Storage to Containers
4.4 Understanding SELinux and Containers
4.5 Exposing Container Workloads
Lesson 5: Creating Custom Images
5.1 Options for Working with Custom Container Images
5.2 Using podman commit
5.3 Building Custom Images with Dockerfile
5.4 Understanding Dockerfile Instructions
5.5 Optimizing Dockerfile Images
5.6 Managing Images with buildah and skopeo
5.7 Understanding OpenShift Source-to-Image
Module 2: OpenShift Fundamentals
Lesson 6: Running OpenShift
6.1 Understanding the OpenShift Product Offering
6.2 Using Code Ready Containers
6.3 Installing CodeReady Container on Linux
6.4 Installing CodeReady Containers on Windows
6.5 Installing CodeReady Containers on MacOS
6.6 Using OpenShift Sandbox
6.7 Using the Web Console
6.8 Understanding Authentication and Authorization
6.9 Using the oc Client
6.10 Running an Application from the Command Line
Lesson 7: Running Applications in OpenShift
7.1 Understanding OpenShift Resources
7.2 Exploring the API
7.3 Deploying an Application in OpenShift
7.4 Displaying Information about Running Applications
7.5 Using Labels
7.6 Using OpenShift in the Declarative Way
7.7 Using Services to Access Pods
7.8 Using Routes to Provide Access to Applications
Module 3: Using OpenShift to automate complex application builds
Lesson 8: Running Microservices in OpenShift
8.1 Understanding Decoupling
8.2 Using ConfigMaps for Decoupling
8.3 Working with Secrets
8.4 Providing Persistent Storage
8.5 Using Templates
8.6 Connecting Applications to Create Microservices
Lesson 9: Using Source-to-Image
9.1 Managing Source Code in Git
9.2 Understanding S2I
9.3 Building an Application from Source
9.4 Analyzing the S2I Procedure
9.5 Understanding ImageStream
9.6 Triggering Updates
Lesson 10: Troubleshooting OpenShift
10.1 Understanding OpenShift Troubleshooting
10.2 Troubleshooting OpenShift Authentication and Authorization
10.3 Troubleshooting OpenShift Application Startup
10.4 Troubleshooting Running Applications
10.5 Troubleshooting S2I
10.6 Troubleshooting Application Access
Module 4: The Red Hat Certified Specialist in Containers and Kubernetes exam (EX180) Sample Exam
Lesson 11: EX180 Sample Exam
11.1 Exam Tasks Overview
11.2 Task 1: Setting up a Podman Host
11.3 Task 2: Working with Standard Images
11.4 Task 3: Managing Images
11.5 Task 4: Managing Containers
11.6 Task 5: Using Dockerfile
11.7 Task 6: Using CRC
11.8 Task 7: Running Applications in OpenShift
11.9 Task 8: Decoupling Information
11.10 Task 9: Using S2I
11.11 Task 10: Troubleshooting

Red Hat OpenShift Administration: Red Hat EX280
Module 1: Managing OpenShift Clusters
Lesson 1: Understanding OpenShift Clusters
1.1 Understanding the OpenShift Product Offering
1.2 Understanding OpenShift Components
1.3 Using Cluster Operators
1.4 Understanding OpenShift Architecture
1.5 Understanding OpenShift Installation Methods
1.6 Performing a Code Ready Containers-Based Installation
Lesson 2: Managing OpenShift Clusters
2.1 Managing Clusters with Web Console
2.2 Managing Common Workloads with Web Console
2.3 Managing Operators with Web Console
2.4 Monitoring Cluster Events and Alerts
Module 2: Managing OpenShift Resources
Lesson 3: Managing OpenShift Resources
3.1 Working with Projects
3.2 Running Applications
3.3 Monitoring Applications
3.4 Exploring API Information
Lesson 4: Managing OpenShift Storage
4.1 Understanding OpenShift Storage
4.2 Using Pod Volumes
4.3 Decoupling Storage with Persistent Volumes
4.4 Using StorageClass
4.5 Using ConfigMap
4.6 Using the Local Storage Operator
Module 3: Managing OpenShift Authentication and Access
Lesson 5: Configuring Authentication
5.1 Authenticating as a Cluster Administrator
5.2 Understanding Identity Providers
5.3 Configuring the HTPasswd Identity Provider
5.4 Creating and Deleting Users
5.5 Managing Users
5.6 Managing User Group Membership
5.7 Assigning Administrative Privileges
Lesson 6: Managing Access Control
6.1 Managing Permissions with RBAC
6.2 Creating Roles
6.3 Using Secrets to Manage Sensitive Information
6.4 Creating ServiceAccounts
6.5 Managing Security Context Constraints
6.6 Running Containers as Non-root
Module 4: Performing Operational Cluster Management Tasks
Lesson 7: Managing OpenShift Networking
7.1 Understanding OpenShift Networking Resources
7.2 Understanding OpenShift SDN
7.3 Managing Services
7.4 Managing Routes
7.5 Understanding DNS Name Resolving
7.6 Creating Self-signed Certificates
7.7 Securing Edge and Re-encrypt Routes Using TLS Certificates
7.8 Securing Passthrough Routes Using TLS Certificates
7.9 Configuring Network Policies
7.10 Troubleshooting OpenShift Networking
Lesson 8: Managing Pod Scaling and Scheduling
8.1 Controlling Pod Placement
8.2 Manually Scaling Pods
8.3 Automatically Scaling Pods
8.4 Applying Pod Resource Limitations
8.5 Applying Quota
8.6 Applying Limit Range
8.7 Specifying Quota Range
8.8 Modifying the Default Template
8.9 Using Pod Affinity and Anti-affinity Rules
8.10 Managing Taints and Tolerations
Lesson 9: Managing OpenShift Clusters
9.1 Monitoring Cluster Health
9.2 Investigating Nodes
9.3 Controlling the Number of Cluster Workers
9.4 Automatically Scaling the Number of Cluster Workers
9.5 Updating the Cluster to a Newer Version
Module 5: Red Hat Certified Specialist in OpenShift Sample Exam
Lesson 10: EX280 Sample Exam
10.1 Reviewing Essential Exam Resources
10.2 Tasks Overview
10.3 Task 1: Setting up Authentication
10.4 Task 2: Setting up Authorization
10.5 Task 3: Creating a Project Template
10.6 Task 4: Creating a Project
10.7 Task 5: Running a TLS Secured Application
10.8 Task 6: Creating a Passthrough Route
10.9 Task 7: Configuring Autoscaling
10.10 Task 8: Configuring MySQL
10.11 Task 9: Configuring Wordpress


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