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Free On-Demand Red Hat Training

Not sure about taking online courses?  SLI is giving you the opportunity to test-drive with Red Hat’s free online courses before making a commitment!  Here are 6 courses that can help you kickstart your learning experience with Open Source.


Course Overview
Through online, on-demand videos you will learn about:

  • Cloud computing
  • Red Hat OpenStack Platform
  • Compute, storage, and network in relation to Red Hat OpenStack Platform
  • High availability with Red Hat OpenStack Platform
  • Deploying Red Hat OpenStack Platform

Audience:
IT leaders, administrators, engineers, architects, and anyone else seeking a high-level understanding of Red Hat OpenStack Platform capabilities

Prerequisites:
There are no prerequisites for this course.

Outline:

  • Video 1. Red Hat OpenStack Platform technical overview
  • Video 2. Defining the cloud (with demonstration)
  • Video 3. Defining the Red Hat OpenStack Platform
  • Video 4. Use case: Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and a private cloud
  • Video 5. Compute in Red Hat OpenStack Platform (with demonstration)
  • Video 6. Storage in Red Hat OpenStack Platform
  • Video 7. Use case: Object storage with streaming video
  • Video 8. Network in Red Hat OpenStack Platform
  • Video 9. Use case: Networking for a telecommunication organization
  • Video 10. Highly available Red Hat OpenStack Platform
  • Video 11. Deploying Red Hat OpenStack Platform

 

Red Hat OpenStack Technical Overview (CL010) is a series of on-demand, online videos to help you better understand the basics of cloud computing and Red Hat® OpenStack® Platform. Several online demonstrations and use cases are included.

Course Overview

Deploying Containerized Applications Technical Overview (DO080) is a series of on-demand, online videos that introduces you to Linux® containers and container orchestration technology using Docker, Kubernetes, and Red Hat® OpenShift Container Platform.

Audience:

Anyone interested in learning the value of container technology, containerizing applications, and deploying them at scale on a Kubernetes cluster.

Prerequisites:
There are no prerequisites for this course.

Objectives:

In this series of short lectures and in-depth demonstrations, you will learn about the concepts of containerization—and see it in action. Learn about containerizing applications and services, testing them using Docker, and deploying them on a Kubernetes cluster using Red Hat OpenShift. You will also learn how to build and deploy an application from source code using the Source-to-Image facility of OpenShift.

Outline:

Introduction to containers

Video 1. Course introduction: overview of deploying containerized applications
Video 2. Overview of container architecture
Video 3. Overview of Docker architecture
Video 4. Overview Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift architecture

Deploying containerized applications (with demonstrations)

Video 5. Provisioning a database server
Video 6. Building custom container images with Dockerfile
Video 7. Creating basic Kubernetes resources
Video 8. Creating applications with the source-to-image (S2I) facility
Video 9. Creating routes
Video 10. Creating applications with Red Hat OpenShift web console

Deploying Containerized Applications Technical Overview (DO080) is a series of on-demand, online videos that introduces you to Linux® containers and container orchestration technology using Docker, Kubernetes, and Red Hat® OpenShift Container Platform.

Course Overview

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Technical Overview (RH024) is a series of no-cost, on-demand, online videos that provide a technical introduction to Linux® for IT professionals.

Audience:

IT leaders, administrators, engineers, architects, and anyone else seeking a high-level understanding of Linux.

Prerequisites:
There are no prerequisites for this course.

Objectives:

The videos will demonstrate basic practical techniques of Linux use and system administration tasks for professionals new to the operating system who are interested in preparing for further study. You will be introduced to why Linux and the open source development model is so important in today’s computing environment.

Outline:

Video 1. Why do IT professionals need experience with Linux?
Video 2. Why does the open source development model matter?
Video 3. What is a Linux distribution?
Video 4. What is the shell and how is it used to control program?
Video 5. What is the Linux kernel and what is user space?
Video 6. Orientation to Linux graphic user interface
Video 7. Files in Linux
Video 8. The file system hierarchy
Video 9. Editing text files in a terminal
Video 10. Users and groups
Video 11. File permissions
Video 12. How do I manage software in Red Hat® Enterprise Linux?
Video 13. How do I configure networking from the command line?
Video 14. How do I control system start-up processes?
Video 15. How do I learn more about Linux?

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Technical Overview (RH024) is a series of no-cost, on-demand, online videos that provide a technical introduction to Linux® for IT professionals.

Course Overview

Ansible Essentials: Simplicity in Automation Technical Overview (DO007) is a series of on-demand, online videos that introduces you to Ansible automation and configuration management, provisioning, deploying, and managing compute infrastructure across cloud, virtual, and physical environments with Ansible.

Audience:

IT leaders, administrators, engineers, architects, and anyone else seeking a high-level understanding of Ansible and to learn to build Ansible from the ground up.

Prerequisites:
We recommend having basic Linux® system administration skills.

Objectives:

Through online, on-demand videos, you will learn the basics of Ansible and watch a simple Ansible playbook be created from start to finish.

Outline:

Video 1. Ansible Essentials Introduction
Video 2. What is Ansible and the Ansible Way?
Video 3. How Ansible Works
Video 4. Ad-Hoc Commands (and demonstration)
Video 5. Introduction to Playbooks (and demonstration)
Video 6. Introduction to Roles (and demonstration)
Video 7. Creating the Roles Structure with Ansible-Galaxy (and demonstration)
Video 8. Breaking an Existing Playbook into a Role (and demonstration)
Video 9. Creating a New Role (and demonstration)
Video 10. Utilizing Roles in your Main Playbooks (and demonstration)
Video 11. Overview of Ansible Tower (and demonstration)

Ansible Essentials: Simplicity in Automation Technical Overview (DO007) is a series of on-demand, online videos that introduces you to Ansible automation and configuration management, provisioning, deploying, and managing compute infrastructure across cloud, virtual, and physical environments with Ansible.

Course Overview

Developing Cloud-Native Applications with Microservices Architectures (DO092) is a series of on-demand, online videos that will teach you how to combine different frameworks and tools into a microservices architecture that fits your organizational needs.

Audience:

Java™ developers and anyone interested in OpenShift and Kubernetes

Prerequisites:
Understanding of software and IT system architecture

Objectives:

You’ve no doubt heard about the microservices architecture, but understanding and executing it can be a bit of a challenge. Through a series of videos, this course will introduce microservices, review multiple microservices frameworks and runtimes, and show you techniques to deploy them through a hassle-free DevOps pipeline. We’ll discuss containers, Docker, Spring Boot, NodeJS, .NET, OpenShift, Jenkins, Vert.x, Kubernetes, and much more.

Outline:

Video 1: Deploying Cloud-Native Applications with Microservices Architectures Introduction
Video 2: Microservices Overview: What and Why?
Video 3: API: Building and Deploying a Microservice (and demonstration)
Video 4: Discovery and Invocation (and demonstration)
Video 5: Microservices Patterns (and demonstration)
Video 6: Circuit Breakers (and demonstration)
Video 7: Pipelines (and demonstration)
Video 8: Authentication (and demonstration)
Video 9: Logging, Monitoring, and Tracing (and demonstration)
Video 10: Blue/Green Deployment (and demonstration)
Video 11: Canary Deployment (and demonstration)
Video 12: Moving from Monolith to Microservices

Developing Cloud-Native Applications with Microservices Architectures (DO092) is a series of on-demand, online videos that will teach you how to combine different frameworks and tools into a microservices architecture that fits your organizational needs.

Course Overview

The Virtualization and Infrastructure Migration Technical Overview (RH018) will help you discover the benefits of open source virtualization, how to better manage your virtualization assets, and the best way to move traditional workloads from one virtualization provider to an open virtualization.

Audience:

  • IT architects
  • Systems engineers
  • IT operations

Prerequisites:

  • Basic virtualization knowledge
  • Basic system administration skills

Objectives:

Through online, on-demand videos, you will learn to:

  • Easily define infrastructure mappings.
  • Create migration plans to confidently balance your workloads.
  • Build migration plans to reduce your expenditure on virtualization.

Outline:

Video 1. Introduction to Virtualization and Infrastructure Migration
Video 2. Introduction to Virtualization
Video 3. Essentials of Infrastructure Migration
Video 4. The Role of Cloud Management Platform in Infrastructure Migration (Demonstration)
Video 5. Red Hat Virtualization and vSphere (Demonstration)
Video 6. Cloud Management Platform Setup with CloudForms (Demonstration)
Video 7. Open Virtualization with Red Hat Virtualization (Demonstration)
Video 8. Infrastructure Migration Architecture and Usage
Video 9. Infrastructure Migration (Demonstration)
Video 10. IT Optimization Recap and Beyond

The Virtualization and Infrastructure Migration Technical Overview (RH018) will help you discover the benefits of open source virtualization, how to better manage your virtualization assets, and the best way to move traditional workloads from one virtualization provider to an open virtualization.

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