Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated Training

16 hours
The Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated Training is structured as a hybrid workshop and is delivered by a technology specific subject matter expert in a workshop format, either virtually via the customer's preferred meeting application or onsite at the customer's location. The engagement combines an SME engagement, workshop, training and lab demo all in one interactive experience that focuses on learning a new technology, best practices and how it will fit into the customer's current environment.

What to Expect

The following items are included in this training: 

  • Demonstrating design strategies
  • Demonstrate flexibility and use cases of different design
  • Execution concepts & whiteboarding
  • Provision, validation and troubleshooting commands
  • Automate, operate and secure concept walkthrough

Goals & Objectives

Our expert-led two-day training workshop will help you gain a better understanding of how OpenShift Dedicated will operate in your specific environment. 


OpenShift Dedicated Introduction

  • Introduction to OpenShift Dedicated Architecture (Lecture/Whiteboarding)
  • Create a cluster on OpenShift Dedicated (Lab)
  • Learn to use and navigate the OpenShift Console (Lab)
  • Scale the clusters compute resources (Lab)
  • Understanding cluster networking (configuring application routes and exposing TCP services) (Lab)

Project, User, and RBAC Policy Management

  • Configure an IdP (Lab)
  • Add/delete users (Lab)
  • Create/delete projects (Lab)
  • Set resource quotas (Lab)
  • Create RBAC policies and apply them to users (Lab)

Working with Builds and Images

  • Understand Build Configurations and build strategies (Lecture/Whiteboarding)
  • Introduce the concept of ImageStreams (Lecture/Whiteboarding)
  • Introduce the internal container registry (Lecture/Whiteboarding)
  • Perform a build (Lab)

Understanding Deployment Strategies and Applications

  • Learn various deployment strategies (Lecture/Whiteboarding)
  • Deploy an application via S2I (Lab)
  • Configure Readiness and Liveness health Checks (Lab)
  • Expose the application to external traffic (Lab)
  • Scale the application (Lab)


  • Understand the differences between ephemeral and persistent storage (Lecture/Whiteboarding)
  • Create a PVC (Lab)
  • Configure an application to use a PVC (Lab)

Cluster Logging

  • Understand the cluster logging architecture (Lecture/Whiteboarding)
  • Install Elasticsearch and Cluster Logging Operators (Lab)
  • Learn to navigate logs and how to use cluster logging for application monitoring (Lab)
  • Learn to use Kibana to help visualize log data (Lab)