OpenShift 101: Lab

OpenShift 101: Lab

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This training session will cover DevOps platform training (application operational tasks)

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This course is currently being delivered in an online format.

This course is designed to be completed within two work weeks. It is a set of lab exercises that you can complete at your own pace. There will be online touchpoints scheduled (at least two) throughout the timeframe to catchup as well as answer any questions.

This course is for BC Government staff and contractors only. Those who are part of a team in the Exchange Lab will have priority in taking this course. The workshop is focused on developers/devops specialists who are or will be building applications for BC Government on OpenShift. The content of this workshop is technical.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how to do a basic S2I build and deploy of an application
  • Learn how to deploy a non-production database and debug common issues
  • Learn common debugging techniques
  • Learn the BCGov pattern from project administration

Come Prepared! Ensure that:

  • You have Zoom installed
  • OpenShift cli 4.3 installed (
  • Pro tip: if you are already using oc 3 and require it for your work. Create an alias to your OpenShift 4.3 binary

Content: You will be granted access to a sample OpenShift project set where the lab content will be available for viewing.

Once registered, a calendar invite including online links will be sent out closer to the session dates. If you need to cancel your registration, please do so by logging in to your Eventbrite account and cancelling the ticket on your Ticket page. Thank you.


  • You have taken OpenShift 101
  • You have technical skills (in development, devops, or similar)

Community Do you have immediate questions about OpenShift? We have a whole community to support you. Head to and ask in the #devops-how-to channel. New to Register for here.

Would you like to learn more about the Exchange Lab and the teams? Follow us on LinkedIn, and if you have an IDIR, on the @Work page.

Future Course Offerings: We publish course dates around 4 times a year and notify our mailing list when new sessions are added to the Lab Learning Program. Subscribe to the BCDevExchange newsletter today!


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