Managing Your OpenShift Cluster from Installation and Beyond
2018 Red Hat Summit Instructor-led lab
Early access session
Monday, May 7
4 p.m. - 6 p.m. PDT
Moscone South, room 159
The day-to-day role of a Red Hat® OpenShift Container Platform administrator doesn't end once the base platform has been installed. They must be forward-looking on many “day 2”-focused operations and anticipate how they'll be able to handle an expanding footprint, as well as ensuring the overall health of the platform. This includes using automation tools to simplify the installation and configuration of environments and being cognizant of the current capacity and utilization to support the most important production workloads.
In this instructor-led lab, you’ll use centralized automation and management tools, such as Red Hat Ansible® Tower and Red Hat CloudForms, to both streamline the installation of Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform and to take advantage of a system that provides a single-pane-of-glass viewpoint for handling the day-to-day operation of the cluster.
Best for people who: Build applications or manage infrastructure
Products covered: Red Hat CloudForms, Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, Red Hat Ansible® Automation
Technical difficulty: Working knowledge required
Lab session capacity: 50 Seats
Note: This is an exclusive, early-access lab session for select Red Hat customers. The lab will also be available during the core Red Hat Summit schedule (See Session Code: L1066). Attending the early-access lab session frees up your schedule to attend even more labs and breakout sessions, maximizing your time at Summit.
Reserve your seat today.