Kubernetes, maintained by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, is a leading open-source system for containerized workloads. Companies worldwide use Kubernetes to automate deployment, management, and scaling of container-based applications. OpenShift is a Kubernetes application platform that orchestrates containers and provides additional tooling around the complete lifecycle of applications, from building and continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) to monitoring and logging. With companies continuing to adopt containerization, Kubernetes and OpenShift skills are highly in demand.
By the end of this hour-long hands-on guided project, you will have gained practical OpenShift experience that employers value. You’ll learn how to use the oc command line, OpenShift’s command line interface (CLI), and the OpenShift web console. You will build a container image, push the image to a registry, create a deployment that references that image, and expose the application to the Internet with a hostname.
To complete this project, you will be provided with a Cloud-based IDE from IBM Skills Network that already has many technologies, including Kubernetes and OpenShift, preinstalled. Also, note that this platform works best with current versions of modern browsers.
After completing this hands-on guided project, you’ll be able to:
- Use the oc command line interface
- Use the OpenShift web console
- Build and deploy an application using s2i
- Inspect a BuildConfig and an ImageStream
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 1 week
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes