LX063DG: Containers on IBM Power

IBM Systems Training

on February 14, 2022

      

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Table of Contents

  1. Short Summary
  2. Duration
  3. Content Description
  4. Objectives
  5. Agenda
  6. Audience
  7. Skill Level
  8. Labs?
  9. Keywords
  10. Prerequisites
  11. Enrollment
  12. Errata
  13. Follow-on Courses

Short Summary

This course provides skills enablement for system administrators and product support specialists in the area of operating system based virtualization provided by Linux containers.

Duration in Hours ⌚

8.0

Content Description

This course is designed to provide skills enablement for system administrators and product support specialists in the area of operating system-based virtualization provided by Linux containers on IBM Power.

Hands-on exercises reinforce the lecture material, allowing students to install and configure Linux containers.

Objectives

After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Describe Linux containers architecture
  • Install and configure Docker onto a Power Systems environment
  • Perform Docker administration operations
  • Install and configure CRI-O
  • Perform basic container orchestration steps

Agenda

Unit 1 - Introduction to containers 

Why containers 
Containers and virtualization 
Evolution of containers 

Unit 2 - Implementing containers on IBM Power 

Container architecture 
Podman installation and basic functionality 

Unit 3 - Container operations 

Images 
Containers 
Volumes 
Networking 

Unit 4 - Container orchestration 

Cloud in context 
Orchestration

Audience

Enrollment in this course is not restricted. Typical students may include: 

Customers 
Technical IBM personnel  
Business Partner technical personnel  
IT consultants and architects

Skill Level

Basic

Labs? 💻

Y

Keywords

LX063D;LX063;lx071;docker;crio;buildah;podman;ocp;openshift;containers;kubernetes;k8s

Prerequisites

Basic Linux skills

Basic PowerVM skills 

Enrollment

https://www.ibm.com/training/course/LX063DG

Errata

None specified.

Follow-on Courses

LX010G


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