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This course, equivalent to 5 days of training, includes instruction on the capabilities of VMware Cloud Foundation™ and how to successfully plan, deploy, manage, and operate hybrid and cloud infrastructures, including customization. The course explains the architecture of VMware Cloud Foundation and explains licensing, certificates, and storage and network management. The course also covers workload domains, availability, life cycle management, and troubleshooting. This course contains lab demonstrations to guide you through interactive scenarios to reinforce the skills covered in this course.

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  • Certification Course & Certificate
  • Course Code VCFPD5.0
  • Price RM11130
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  • Exam Code 5V0-31.23
  • Duration 5 Days
  • Principals VMware
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    18-22 March 2024

    12-16 August 2024

    14-18 October 2024

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  • At Course Completion

    By the end of the course, you should be able to meet the following objectives: • Plan a deployment for VMware Cloud Foundation • Understand VMware Cloud Foundation and supporting architecture • Configure VMware Cloud Foundation for VMware Cloud Connectivity • Understand the VMware Cloud Foundation subscription licensing model • Perform Day-Zero tasks • Perform VMware Cloud Foundation platform onboarding • Manage user credentials in VMware Cloud Foundation • Configure NSX networking in VMware Cloud Foundation • Deploy and manage Workload Domains • Deploy vSphere with Tanzu on VMware Cloud Foundation • Understand and implement storage solutions and related policies • Perform maintenance tasks for the VMware Cloud Foundation platform • Manage certificates for VMware Cloud Foundation and connected technologies • Manage the lifecycle for VMware Cloud Foundation • Engage with VMware Cloud Foundation Technical Support

  • Module 1 Title Course Introduction
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    • Introductions and course logistics • Course objectives

  • Module 2 Title VMware Cloud Foundation Overview
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    • Describe the VMware Cloud Foundation solution • Describe VMware Cloud Foundation architecture • Identify VMware Cloud Foundation components • Describe VMware Cloud Foundation topology

  • Module 3 Title VMware Cloud Foundation+ and VMware Cloud Connectivity
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    • Describe the VMware Cloud Foundation+™ architecture • Identify the pre-requisites for VCF+ • Describe the VCF+ value added features • Describe subscription-based licensing parameters • Describe the subscription process • Describe the VMware Cloud Gateway™ functionality • Identify the VMware Cloud Gateway components • Describe the VMware Cloud Gateway architecture • Describe VMware Cloud Gateway connectivity to VMware Cloud • Describe the VMware Cloud platform • Describe the vSphere+ services used in VCF+ • Demonstrate the capabilities of the cloud UI for VCF+

  • Module 4 Title Day Zero Tasks
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    • Identify the requirements for deploying VMware Cloud Foundation • Describe the VMware Cloud Foundation bring-up process • Identify the information required for the Planning and Preparation Workbook • Complete the Deployment Parameter Workbook • Describe how VMware Cloud Builder™ automates the deployment process • Identify the configuration validation process performed by VMware Cloud Builder • Describe the deployment of the management domain

  • Module 5 Title Post-Deployment Operations
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    • Complete the onboarding wizard • Understand VMware Cloud Foundation integration with VMware Single Sign-On • Configure user access to VMware Cloud Foundation • Describe the importance of user roles in vSphere • Configure identity sources for VMware Cloud Foundation • Perform the SDDC Manager backup and restore process • Identify steps in the NSX backup and restore process • Manage passwords in VMware Cloud Foundation • Explain the importance of using VMware Cloud Foundation to manage passwords for vSphere components • Manage and secure a primary password list • Describe the process for rotating passwords not managed by VMware Cloud Foundation

  • Module 6 Title VMware Cloud Foundation Networking with NSX
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    • Describe network virtualization with NSX • Recognize NSX operational planes • Identify NSX components • Describe logical switching • Describe NSX Data Center deployment in VMware Cloud Foundation • Explain how logical routing works in NSX • Identify VMware NSX® Edge™ functions • Describe data plane preparation for NSX Edge nodes in a workload domain • Recognize tier-0 and tier-1 gateway topologies • Define application virtual networks • Describe management domain rack options • List NSX Edge cluster requirements for vSphere with Tanzu • Discuss NSX Edge cluster placement considerations

  • Module 7 Title Managing Workload Domains
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    • Define workload domains • List the types of workload domains • State scale limits for workload domains • Identify use cases for multiple clusters in a workload domain • Define network pools • Size network pools • Create network pools • Commission hosts • Identify workload domain prerequisites • Create a workload domain • Scale a workload domain • Delete a workload domain • Decommission hosts • Describe distinctive design decisions for VMware Cloud Foundation components

  • Module 8 Title vSphere with Tanzu in VMware Cloud Foundation
  • Module 8 Content

    • Explain vSphere with Tanzu • Define the role of Spherelet • Describe the supervisor cluster control plane • Define vSphere with Tanzu namespaces • Describe the role of NSX networking components • Discuss vSphere with Tanzu networking topology • Describe control plane VM management networking requirements • Plan appropriate IP address CIDR ranges for pod, ingress, and egress networking • Describe prerequisites for vSphere with Tanzu cluster compatibility • Deploy VMware vSphere® Add-on for Kubernetes • Create a vSphere namespace • Configure limits and permissions for a vSphere namespace

  • Module 9 Title VMware Cloud Foundation Storage Management
  • Module 9 Content

    • Identify storage use cases in VMware Cloud Foundation • Determine the most appropriate storage option for a workload domain • Describe different vSphere-native storage design options • Identify VMware vSAN architecture and components • Describe vSAN requirements for the management and workload domains • Define deduplication and compression • Discuss how to scale vSAN clusters in VMware Cloud Foundation • Explain how storage policies work with VMware Cloud Foundation vSAN clusters • Configure storage policies for vSAN • Explain storage policy failure tolerance rules • Identify a virtual machine storage policy compliance status

  • Module 10 Title Availability and Business Continuity
  • Module 10 Content

    • Recognize the importance of external service availability • Describe native vSphere availability options • Identify stretched cluster use cases • Identify stretched cluster components • Recognize stretched cluster requirements in VMware Cloud Foundation • Prepare and deploy a vSAN stretched cluster using APIs

  • Module 11 Title VMware Cloud Foundation Certificate Management
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    • Learn basics of public key infrastructure (PKI) • Describe the purpose of certificate signing requests (CSRs) • Describe the use of subject alternative names (SAN) • Describe available options in SDDC Manager for certificate authorities • View certificates • Generate a CSR • Replace and install certificates for VMware Cloud Foundation components • Know the available CA options in SDDC Manager • Configure the Microsoft CA server • Add OpenSSL CA in SDDC Manager • Install certificates issued by Microsoft, OpenSSL, and third-party certificate authorities

  • Module 12 Title VMware Cloud Foundation Lifecycle Management
  • Module 12 Content

    • Describe VMware Cloud Foundation Life Cycle Management • List the products you can upgrade using VMware Cloud Foundation Lifecycle management • Use online and offline bundle downloads using VMware Cloud Foundation Lifecycle management • Understand the role of vSphere Lifecycle Management in VMware Cloud Foundation • Understand vSphere Lifecycle Manager baseline-based and image-based clusters • Understand how and when to use cluster images • Describe the importance of Hardware Support Managers • Describe the upgrade prerequisites • Outline the upgrade precheck process • Describe the order of upgrade for VMware Cloud Foundation components • Upgrade VMware Cloud Foundation software and components

  • Module 13 Title VMware Cloud Foundation Troubleshooting
  • Module 13 Content

    • Use the SoS command-line tool to create log bundles, perform health checks, and check password validity • List VMware Cloud Foundation services • Identify VMware Cloud Foundation log files • Use token IDs to troubleshoot failed workflows

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VMware Certified Specialist - VMware Cloud Foundation Deployment 2024

The VMware Certified Specialist - VMware Cloud Foundation Deployment 2024 specialist certification validates a candidate's understanding of the capabilities of VMware Cloud Foundation and how to successfully plan, deploy, manage, and operate a VMware Cloud Foundation deployment. This certification also validates a candidate's knowledge of the architecture of VMware Cloud Foundation, storage and network management, workload domains, and workload and lifecycle management.

 

Recommended Training: 

  • VMware Cloud Foundation: Deploy, Configure, Manage [V5.0]

 

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  • Certification Course & Certificate
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Develop, scale, and troubleshoot event-driven microservice applications.
Learn to use Kafka and AMQ Streams to design, develop, and test event-driven applications. Event-driven microservices scale globally, store and stream process data, and provide low-latency feedback to customers. This course is for application developers and is based on Red Hat AMQ Streams 1.8 and Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 4.6.


Course summary
• Describe the basics of Kafka and its architecture.
• Develop applications with the Kafka Streams API.
• Integrate applications with Kafka Connect.
• Capture data change with Debezium.
• Troubleshoot common application streaming issues.

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  • Certification Course only
  • Course Code AD482
  • Price 4650
  • Exam Price Exclude
  • Exam Code EX482
  • Duration 3 Days
  • Principals Red Hat
  • Schedule Available Upon Requested
  • Audience Application developers with microservice development experience.
  • Prerequisities
    • Experience with microservice application development and design, such as DO378 or equivalent experience.
    • OpenShift experience is recommended, but not required.
  • At Course Completion
    As a result of attending this course, students will understand the architecture of Kafka and AMQ Streams and will be able to identify proper use cases for event-driven applications. In addition to learning the fundamental principles and features of Kafka and AMQ Streams, Students will learn how to design, develop, and test event-driven applications.
    Students should be able to demonstrate the following skills:
    • Design, build, and use event-driven applications for relevant scenarios with standard patterns.
    • Detect and react to data changes with Debezium to improve application performance.
    • Troubleshoot common problems with event-driven applications.
  • Module 1 Title Designing Event-Driven Applications
  • Module 1 Content Describe the principles of event-driven applications.
  • Module 2 Title Introducing Kafka and AMQ Streams Concepts
  • Module 2 Content Build applications with basic read-and-write messaging capabilities.
  • Module 3 Title Building Applications with the Streams API
  • Module 3 Content Leverage the Streams API to create data streaming applications.
  • Module 4 Title Creating Asynchronous Services with Event Collaboration
  • Module 4 Content Create and migrate to asynchronous services using the event collaboration pattern.
  • Module 5 Title Integrating Data Systems with Kafka Connect
  • Module 5 Content Connect data systems and react to data changes using Kafka Connect and Debezium.
  • Module 6 Title Troubleshooting AMQ Streams Applications
  • Module 6 Content Handle common problems in Kafka and AMQ Streams applications.
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Enhance container management capabilities with automation, governance, and security across clusters.
Multicluster Management with Red Hat OpenShift Platform Plus teaches the skills required to maintain a diverse portfolio of applications, running across a fleet of OpenShift clusters. Applications follow placement rules determined by capacity and criticality; cluster configurations comply with governance and security policies; all automated according to DevOps principles.
This course is based on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 4.10 and Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management 2.4.

Additional Info

  • Certification Course only
  • Course Code DO480
  • Price 6200
  • Exam Price Exclude
  • Exam Code EX480
  • Duration 4 Days
  • Principals Red Hat
  • Schedule 11-14 March 2024
    22-25 April 2024
    13-16 May 2024
    24-27 June 2024
    8-11 July 2024
    22-29 August 2024
    2-5 September 2024
    7-10 October 2024
    25-28 November 2024
    16-19 December 2024
  • Audience System Administrators, Developers, Site Reliability Engineers, and IT Architects interested in managing and automating the management of a fleet of OpenShift clusters, possibly in different data centers and cloud providers.
  • Prerequisities
    Completing Red Hat OpenShift Administration II: Operating a Production Kubernetes Cluster (DO280) and Red Hat Certified OpenShift Administrator Certification (EX280) are strongly encouraged, or possessing equivalent basic Kubernetes and OpenShift administration skills
  • At Course Completion Multicluster Management with Red Hat OpenShift Platform Plus teaches the advanced skills required to take control of multiple OpenShift clusters using the suite of tools included with the product bundle. Students will learn how to combine the capabilities and workflows of Advanced Cluster Manager with Advanced Cluster Security and Quay Enterprise to automate and validate deployment of infrastructure and application security.
  • Module 1 Title Manage a Multicluster Kubernetes Architecture
  • Module 1 Content Describe multicluster architectures and use Red Hat OpenShift Platform Plus to solve their challenges.
  • Module 2 Title Inspect Resources from Multiple Clusters Using the RHACM Web Console
  • Module 2 Content Describe and navigate the Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes (RHACM) web console. Configure role-based access control (RBAC) and search for resources across multiple clusters by using the RHACM search engine.
  • Module 3 Title Deploy and Manage Policies for Multiple Clusters with RHACM
  • Module 3 Content Deploy and manage policies in a multicluster environment by using Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes (RHACM) governance.
  • Module 4 Title Install and Customize the RHACM Observability Stack
  • Module 4 Content Gain insight into the fleet of managed clusters by using Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes (RHACM) observability components.
  • Module 5 Title Deploy Applications Across Multiple Clusters with RHACM
  • Module 5 Content Deploy and manage applications in a multicluster environment with Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes GitOps.
  • Module 6 Title Install and Configure Red Hat Quay
  • Module 6 Content Install and configure Red Hat Quay on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform (RHOCP).
  • Module 7 Title Integrate Red Hat Quay with Red Hat OpenShift and RHACM
  • Module 7 Content Describe Red Hat Quay use cases in a multicluster environment and use Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes (RHACM) to deploy applications and control the image sources allowed in the cluster fleet.
  • Module 8 Title Install and Configure RHACS
  • Module 8 Content Install and configure Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security for Kubernetes (RHACS) and learn how it can help organizations with security in multicluster environments.
  • Module 9 Title Multicluster Operational Security Using RHACS
  • Module 9 Content
    Manage the operational security of a Kubernetes cluster fleet using Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security for Kubernetes (RHACS) and integrate RHACS with external services.
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Manage complex Red Hat Ansible automation workflows at scale and prevent single points of failure.
Managing Enterprise Automation with Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform (DO467) is for experienced Ansible automation engineers, DevOps practitioners, and Linux system administrators seeking to deploy, control, and support centralized automation execution on a large scale. Students will use Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform 2 to scale up Ansible automation. They will deploy automation controller to centrally manage automation workflows, automation mesh to scale up and distribute execution capacity, and private automation hub to manage Ansible Content Collections and automation execution environments for use by automation developers. Large scale automation cluster design and approaches to ensure high availability of Ansible Automation Platform will also be discussed.
This course is based on Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform 2.2.

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  • Certification Course only
  • Course Code DO467
  • Price 6200
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  • Exam Code EX467
  • Duration 4 Days
  • Principals Red Hat
  • Schedule 18-21 March 2024
    15-18 April 2024
    27-30 May 2024
    24-27 June 2024
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    2-5 September 2024
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  • Audience
    This course is designed for users who need to provide, manage, and maintain Ansible automation infrastructure for their organizations, including these roles:
    • Ansible automation engineers and architects
    • Linux system administrators supporting automation operations
    • DevOps engineers
  • Prerequisities
    Be a Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE®) on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8, or demonstrate equivalent Ansible experience
    Complete EX374 to achieve Red Hat Certified Specialist in Developing Automation with Ansible Automation Platform on Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform 2.
  • At Course Completion
  • Module 1 Title Install Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform
  • Module 1 Content Explain what Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform is and perform a basic installation of automation controller and automation hub.
  • Module 2 Title Manage user access
  • Module 2 Content Create user accounts and organize them into teams/groups in automation controller and automation hub, and assign them permissions to administer and access resources in each service.
  • Module 3 Title Manage inventories and machine credentials
  • Module 3 Content Create inventories of machines to manage, and configure credentials necessary for automation controller's execution nodes to log in and run Ansible jobs on those systems.
  • Module 4 Title Manage projects and launch Ansible jobs
  • Module 4 Content Create projects and job templates in the web UI, using them to launch Ansible Playbooks that are stored in Git repositories, in order to automate tasks on managed hosts.
  • Module 5 Title Configure advanced job configuration
  • Module 5 Content Configure advanced features of automation controller in order to more effectively and efficiently implement jobs.
  • Module 6 Title Construct job workflows
  • Module 6 Content Use advanced features of job templates to improve performance, simplify the customization of jobs, launch multiple jobs, schedule automatically recurring jobs, and provide notification of job results.
  • Module 7 Title Manage advanced inventories
  • Module 7 Content Manage inventories that are generated dynamically from scripts or the automation controller smart inventory feature.
  • Module 8 Title Automate configuration of Ansible Automation Platform
  • Module 8 Content Automate the configuration and deployment of Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform services by using Ansible Content Collections, the automation controller API, and Git webhooks.
  • Module 9 Title Maintain Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform
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    Perform routine maintenance and administration of Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform.
  • Module 10 Title Get insights into automation performance
  • Module 10 Content Get information from Red Hat Insights for Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform to evaluate the performance of your Ansible automation and identify possible ways to improve it.
  • Module 11 Title Build a large scale Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform deployment
  • Module 11 Content Use high availability techniques and automation mesh to scale up your Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform deployment.
  • Module 12 Title Comprehensive review
  • Module 12 Content Demonstrate skills learned in this course by configuring private automation hub and by configuring and operating a new organization in automation controller using a provided specification, Ansible projects, and hosts to be provisioned and managed.
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Teaches the essential skills required to design, implement, and manage a Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation cluster and perform day-to-day Kubernetes storage management tasks.
Traditional storage options available to Kubernetes administrators are limited and lack flexibility and/or versatility. Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation provides real advantages, even when it is backed by cloud storage such as AWS EBS and sophisticated on-prem legacy storage like SAN arrays. Many companies rely on third-party solutions to manage backup and disaster recovery in production. However, proper planning to implement these solutions requires knowledge of the Kubernetes CSI and OAPD APIs. This course walks the student through the recommended steps of configuring and managing storage services for container and Kubernetes services.

 

Recommended next exam or course
Red Hat OpenShift Administration III: Scaling Kubernetes Deployments in the Enterprise (DO380) is a recommended follow-up for the roles of Red Hat OpenShift Cluster Engineer and SRE.

Additional Info

  • Certification Course only
  • Course Code DO370
  • Price 6200
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  • Exam Code EX370
  • Duration 4 Days
  • Principals Red Hat
  • Schedule 11-14 March 2024
    22-25 April 2024
    6-9 May 2024
    10-13 June 2024
    15-18 July 2024
    5-8 August 2024
    16-19 September 2024
    21-24 October 2024
    4-7 November 2024
    9-12 December 2024
  • Audience
    The intended audience for this course includes:
    • Cluster administrators (systems administrators, cloud administrators, cloud engineers)
    • Cluster engineers (systems administrators, cloud administrators, cloud engineers)
    • Site reliability engineers (SREs)
  • Prerequisities
    • Red Hat Certified Specialist in OpenShift Administration exam (EX280) or equivalent knowledge for the roles of Red Hat OpenShift cluster engineer or SRE.
    • Red Hat Certified System Administrator exam (EX200) or equivalent knowledge of Linux system administration is recommended for all roles.
    • While not required, students who have completed Red Hat OpenShift Administration III: Scaling Kubernetes Deployments in the Enterprise (DO380) will have advanced knowledge of the Red Hat OpenShift platform in preparation for implementing and working with Red Hat Openshift Data Foundation (formerly Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage).
    • Basic knowledge of Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform is recommended but not required.
    • Basic knowledge of storage technologies, such as disk types, SAN, and NAS is recommended.
  • At Course Completion
    Enterprise Kubernetes Storage with Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation teaches the essential skills required to provision and manage storage that fits the availability and performance requirements of applications, such as:
    • Deploying Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation on a Red Hat OpenShift cluster using local or cloud storage.
    • Selecting and configuring storage classes based on workload requirements.
    • Monitoring and proactively expanding storage capacity.
    • Creating and attaching snapshots and clones of persistent volumes.
  • Module 1 Title Describing Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation deployment architectures
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  • Module 2 Title Deploying OpenShift Data Foundation on Red Hat OpenShift using Internal, Converged Mode
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  • Module 3 Title Configuring Red hat OpenShift Cluster Services to use OpenShift Data Foundation
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  • Module 4 Title Configuring application workloads to use OpenShift Data Foundation block and file storage
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  • Module 5 Title Monitoring and expanding OpenShift Data Foundation block and file storage capacity
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  • Module 6 Title Troubleshooting Ceph components from OpenShift Data Foundation
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  • Module 7 Title Expanding OpenShift Data Foundation block and file storage volumes
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  • Module 8 Title Performing backup and restore of OpenShift Data Foundation block and file volumes
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  • Module 9 Title Configuring application workloads to use OpenShift Data Foundation object storage
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  • Module 10 Title Monitoring and expanding OpenShift Data Foundation object storage capacity
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  • Module 11 Title Performing backup and restore of OpenShift Data Foundation object buckets
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  • Module 12 Title Deploying OpenShift Data Foundation on Red Hat OpenShift using external mode
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Create and manage virtual machines on OpenShift using the Red Hat OpenShift Virtualization operator
Managing Virtual Machines with OpenShift Virtualization teaches the essential skills required to create and manage virtual machines (VM) on OpenShift using the Red Hat OpenShift Virtualization operator. This course does not require previous knowledge of containers and Kubernetes.
This course provides:

  • Skills required to create, access, and manage VMs on OpenShift clusters.
  • Skills required to control usage and access of cpu, memory, storage, and networking resources from VMs using the same Kubernetes features that would also control usage and access to these resources for containers.
  • Sample architectures to manage High Availability (HA) of VMs using standard Kubernetes features and extensions from OpenShift Virtualization.
  • Strategies to connect VMs on OpenShift to data center services outside of their OpenShift cluster, such as storage and databases.

Additional Info

  • Certification Course only
  • Course Code DO316
  • Price 4650
  • Exam Price Exclude
  • Exam Code EX316
  • Duration 3 Days
  • Principals Red Hat
  • Schedule 18-19 March 2024
    8-9 April 2024
    20-21 May 2024
    6-7 June 2024
    15-16 July 2024
    26-27 August 2024
    2-3 September 2024
    14-15 October 2024
    11-12 November 2024
    9-10 December 2024
  • Audience
    • Virtual Machine Administrators interested in moving virtualized workloads from traditional Hypervisors to OpenShift Virtualization.
    • Kubernetes Administrators (Cluster Administrators, Clusters Engineers) interested in supporting containerized and virtualized workloads in the same OpenShift cluster.
    • Site Reliability Engineers interested in using GitOps and Ansible Automation to manage Virtual Machines on OpenShift.
  • Prerequisities
    Red Hat Openshift I: Container & Kubernetes (DO180) is recommended but not required.
  • At Course Completion IT professionals will learn to deploy and manage virtualized workloads on OpenShift and manage these workloads using both traditional ways, such as SSH and Ansible, and also modern DevOps practices, such as GitOps and CI/CD
  • Module 1 Title Introduction to OpenShift Virtualization
  • Module 1 Content Describe the features and use cases of OpenShift Virtualization.
  • Module 2 Title Run and access Virtual Machines
  • Module 2 Content Create, manage, inspect, and monitor virtual machines in Red Hat OpenShift Virtualization.
  • Module 3 Title Configure Kubernetes network for Virtual Machines
  • Module 3 Content Configure standard Kubernetes network objects and external access for VMs and virtual machine-backed applications.
  • Module 4 Title Connect Virtual Machines to external networks
  • Module 4 Content Configure node networking to connect virtual machines and nodes to networks outside the cluster.
  • Module 5 Title Configure Kubernetes storage for Virtual Machines
  • Module 5 Content Manage storage and disks for VMs in Red Hat OpenShift.
  • Module 6 Title Virtual Machine template management
  • Module 6 Content Create and manage templates to provision virtual machines.
  • Module 7 Title Advanced Virtual Machine management
  • Module 7 Content Snapshot, clone, and live migrate a virtual machine and initiate node maintenance.
  • Module 8 Title Configure Kubernetes high availability for Virtual Machines
  • Module 8 Content Configure Kubernetes resources to implement high availability for virtual machines.
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Introduction to configuring and managing Red Hat Single Sign-On for authenticating and authorizing applications
Red Hat Single Sign-On Administration (DO313) is designed for system administrators who want to install, configure and manage Red Hat Single Sign-On servers for securing applications. Learn about the different ways to authenticate and authorize applications using single sign-on standards like OAuth and OpenID Connect (OIDC). You will also learn how to install and configure Red Hat SIngle Sign-On on the OpenShift Container Platform. This course is based on Red Hat Single Sign-On version 7.6.


Course content summary

  • Installing Red Hat Single Sign-On on virtual machines and on OpenShift Container Platform
  • Authenticating and authorizing applications using OAuth and OIDC
  • Configuring Identity Brokering and user identity federation from external systems
  • Configuring password policies

Additional Info

  • Certification Course only
  • Course Code DO313
  • Price 3100
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  • Exam Code -
  • Duration 2 Days
  • Principals Red Hat
  • Schedule 18-19 March 2024
    8-9 April 2024
    20-21 May 2024
    6-7 June 2024
    15-16 July 2024
    26-27 August 2024
    2-3 September 2024
    14-15 October 2024
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  • Audience
    System Administrators responsible for administering Red Hat Single Sign-On servers.
  • Prerequisities
    • Red Hat JBoss Application Administration I is recommended but not required
    • Experience with writing web based applications using Node.js, HTML5, Quarkus, or Java EE/Jakarta EE is recommended but not required.
  • At Course Completion
    As a result of attending this course, students will understand how to use Red Hat Single Sign-On to configure, manage, and troubleshoot authentication and authorization security policies for business-critical applications.

    Students will learn how to install, configure and manage an instance of Red Hat Single Sign-On on bare metal, virtual machines and OpenShift, and configure authentication and authorization security policies for applications.
  • Module 1 Title Introduce Red Hat Single Sign-On
  • Module 1 Content Identify the main components of Red Hat Single Sign-On
  • Module 2 Title Install and Configure Red Hat Single Sign-On
  • Module 2 Content Identify the best option for installing and configuring RHSSO depending on the infrastructure
  • Module 3 Title Authentication and Authorization
  • Module 3 Content Configure authentication and authorization for applications
  • Module 4 Title Identity Brokering and User Federation
  • Module 4 Content Configure RHSSO to secure applications from multiple identity providers by using user federation and social logins
  • Module 5 Title Red Hat Single Sign-On on OpenShift
  • Module 5 Content Install and configure Red Hat Single Sign-On on OpenShift
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