C9 Cloud Services partnering with Solinea have the following up coming public training courses available. These will be lead remotely dates, times, content are all below. Please contact us if you have any questions or are interested in scheduling an on premise instructor lead course for your team.

Introduction to Docker

The course is delivered using a combination of interactive lectures leveraging PowerPoint, whiteboards, core references, instructor solo and follow-me demonstrations, and hands-on labs. The course is taught by Solinea Architects and Consultants that are active Docker practitioners and have extensive first-hand experience working with Docker in the enterprise.

By the end of this course, you will have a thorough working understanding of Docker including:
– Container architecture
– Docker platform components
– Filesystem, images
– Container communications,
– Storage and key resources.

Objectives: By the end of this course you will be able to:
– State the differences, advantages and disadvantages of containers versus virtual machines
– Install the Docker Engine
– Create and deploy applications with Docker using a pre-made and custom container
– Store and retrieve Docker images from Docker Hub
– Build containers from images
– Persist data with volumes
– Describe how to deploy Docker within a CI/CD process


Deploying on Kubernetes

Description: This course will introduce you to Kubernetes and provide you with the basic knowledge and sills to manage and orchestrate containerized services with Kubernetes.  The course will focus on the usage of Kubernetes primitives, core API’s and real world container deployment cases. By the end of this course you will have a thorough understanding of: key Kubernetes concepts, Kubernetes architecture, strengths and weaknesses, how to orchestrate and deploy services, and how to leverage underlying Kubernetes documentation resources.

This course will provide IT practitioners (Software Developers, System Architects, System Engineers, Operations and System Administrators, and Cloud End-Users) the requisite knowledge and skills to deploy and use Kubernetes to manage their containerized applications.

  • Kubernetes core concepts
  • Kubernetes key functionality
  • Kubernetes cluster architecture
  • Deploying an application on Kubernetes
  • Operationalizing applications on Kubernetes


The OpenStack Architecture and Administration course 

Duration: 3 Days (24 hours) – 7:30am PST – 3:30pm PST Daily

Description: The OpenStack Architecture and Administration course will provide you a comprehensive, hands-on introduction to OpenStack with a focus on the operational concepts for each OpenStack service, interactions between services, and the essential skills required to master the day-to-day operation and management of your OpenStack cloud. Additionally, the course objectives are aligned to the OpenStack Foundation’s “Certified OpenStack Administrator” exam requirements.

The course is delivered with a combination of interactive lecture leveraging PowerPoint, whiteboards, and core references, instructor solo and follow me demonstrations, and hands-on labs. By the end of this course you will have a thorough understanding of: what OpenStack is, how it works, strengths and weaknesses, how it can be deployed, user interface options, how to leverage the underlying OpenStack Foundation resources, and how to properly administer (manage, maintain, and troubleshoot) an OpenStack cloud.

This course is targeted to individuals that are new to OpenStack and will provide IT practitioners (Cloud Architects, System Administrators, Cloud Administrators, DevOps personnel, and Cloud End-Users) the core foundational knowledge needed to administer their OpenStack cloud and progress to OpenStack Implementation and Architect courses/roles.

The course is taught by Solinea consultants that are active OpenStack foundation members/contributors and have extensive first hand experience architecting and deploying OpenStack clouds to the enterprise.

Objectives: By the end of this course you will be able to:
– State the function and purpose of OpenStack
– Describe the role of and services provided by the OpenStack foundation
– Discuss how OpenStack is being used in the enterprise
– Describe the OpenStack Architecture to include:
– Core and Secondary OpenStack Services
– Interactions and dependencies between each service
– Internal components of each service
– Concept of operations for each service
– Navigate through the OpenStack Dashboard (Horizon) and Command Line Interface (optional) to perform basic operational tasks and to monitor your OpenStack cloud
– Monitor the operation of an OpenStack cloud
– Administer (manage and maintain) an OpenStack cloud across the Compute, Networking, Identity, Storage (block and object), Image, and Orchestration services
– Troubleshoot common OpenStack issues


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