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OpenShift 101

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

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May 13 Update: Our May session will be the first online offering - it has been condensed into a one-day course and will take place on May 22 from 9am-4pm.

Update: April 16-17 Session has been postponed until further notice.

Update in regards to COVID-19: We are working on a remote offering of this session for April and May at least. Registered attendees will receive updates by email in regards to any changes.

This course runs from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, and 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.

Come Prepared! Ensure that:

  • your GitHub account has 2FA enabled
  • Git is installed on your laptop
  • you have downloaded the oc cli tool

Content:

https://ocp101-content.pathfinder.gov.bc.ca

Once registered, reminder emails 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.

Resources

Are you waiting to take OpenShift training? There are LOTS of resources available to you in the meantime – see below to start learning!

Thanks to Todd Wilson for his help in putting this list together.

Free EBooks:

Community

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