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  1. Hello, I am looking for an active study partner preferably in GMT +1 timezone. Exam preparation objectives are attached. cwsp-206-objectives-2019.pdf
  2. Can anybody help me to solve below question: You have access to multiple clusters from your main terminal through kubectl contexts. Write all those context names into /opt/course/1/contexts. Next write a command to display the current context into /opt/course/1/context_default_kubectl.sh, the command should use kubectl. Finally write a second command doing the same thing into /opt/course/1/context_default_no_kubectl.sh, but without the use of kubectl.
  3. Hello everyone, Any one cleared AZ-500 Microsoft Azure Security Technologies recently? What are the useful resources?
  4. I found it bit difficult to write playbooks in the correct indent and formatting as far as EX407 exam is concerned, so I found below useful to write playbooks in the exam: vim ~/.vimrc autocmd FileType yaml setlocal ai ts=2 sw=2 et colorcolumn=1,3,5,7,9,11,13
  5. Which provider is reliable for Azure questions?
  6. Hello guys, I am setting up a study group only for serious candidates. How it will work? - Every participant has to present the assigned topic on his turn via TeamViewer/WebEx/GoToMeeting, etc. - There will be QnA after the session. - The session will be of about 1 hour daily in the evening, the preferred timezone is GMT +3 How to participate? Please send me your Skype id in private message. Is there any cost associated? No, this is self-paced learning initiative. Study material? I have RHLS subscription, we will see how to have common study material once the group is setup. Timeline? ASAP Schedule? PART-I DO180 Introduction to Containers, Kubernetes, and Red Hat OpenShift DAY-1 Preface A: Introduction Section A.1: Orientation to the Classroom Environment Chapter 1: Introducing Container Technology Section 1.1: Overview of Container Technology Section 1.2: Quiz: Overview of Container Technology Section 1.3: Overview of Container Architecture Section 1.4: Quiz: Overview of Container Architecture Section 1.5: Overview of Kubernetes and OpenShift Section 1.6: Quiz: Describing Kubernetes and OpenShift Section 1.7: Summary DAY-2 Chapter 2: Creating Containerized Services Section 2.1: Provisioning Containerized Services Section 2.2: Guided Exercise: Creating a MySQL Database Instance Section 2.3: Lab: Creating Containerized Services Section 2.4: Summary DAY-3 Chapter 3: Managing Containers Section 3.1: Managing the Life Cycle of Containers Section 3.2: Guided Exercise: Managing a MySQL Container Section 3.3: Attaching Persistent Storage to Containers Section 3.4: Guided Exercise: Persisting a MySQL Database Section 3.5: Accessing Containers Section 3.6: Guided Exercise: Loading the Database Section 3.7: Lab: Managing Containers Section 3.8: Summary DAY-4 Chapter 4: Managing Container Images Section 4.1: Accessing Registries Section 4.2: Quiz: Working With Registries Section 4.3: Manipulating Container Images Section 4.4: Guided Exercise: Creating a Custom Apache Container Image Section 4.5: Lab: Managing Images Section 4.6: Summary DAY-5 Chapter 5: Creating Custom Container Images Section 5.1: Designing Custom Container Images Section 5.2: Quiz: Approaches to Container Image Design Section 5.3: Building Custom Container Images with Dockerfiles Section 5.4: Guided Exercise: Creating a Basic Apache Container Image Section 5.5: Lab: Creating Custom Container Images Section 5.6: Summary DAY-6 Chapter 6: Deploying Containerized Applications on OpenShift Section 6.1: Describing Kubernetes and OpenShift Architecture Section 6.2: Quiz: Describing Kubernetes and OpenShift Section 6.3: Creating Kubernetes Resources Section 6.4: Guided Exercise: Deploying a Database Server on OpenShift Section 6.5: Creating Routes Section 6.6: Guided Exercise: Exposing a Service as a Route Section 6.7: Creating Applications with Source-to-Image Section 6.8: Guided Exercise: Creating a Containerized Application with Source-to-Image Section 6.9: Creating Applications with the OpenShift Web Console Section 6.10: Guided Exercise: Creating an Application with the Web Console Section 6.11: Lab: Deploying Containerized Applications on OpenShift Section 6.12: Summary DAY-7 Chapter 7: Deploying Multi-Container Applications Section 7.1: Considerations for Multi-Container Applications Section 7.2: Guided Exercise: Deploying the Web Application and MySQL Containers Section 7.3: Deploying a Multi-Container Application on OpenShift Section 7.4: Guided Exercise: Creating an Application with a Template Section 7.5: Lab: Deploying Multi-Container Applications Section 7.6: Summary DAY-8 Chapter 8: Troubleshooting Containerized Applications Section 8.1: Troubleshooting S2I Builds and Deployments Section 8.2: Guided Exercise: Troubleshooting an OpenShift Build Section 8.3: Troubleshooting Containerized Applications Section 8.4: Guided Exercise: Configuring Apache Container Logs for Debugging Section 8.5: Lab: Troubleshooting Containerized Applications Section 8.6: Summary DAY-9 Chapter 9: Comprehensive Review Section 9.1: Comprehensive Review Section 9.2: Lab: Containerizing and Deploying a Software Application Appendix A: Implementing Microservices Architecture Section A.1: Implementing Microservices Architectures Section A.2: Guided Exercise: Refactoring the To Do List Application Section A.3: Summary -------------------------------------------------------------------- PART-II DO280 Red Hat OpenShift Administration I DAY-10 Preface A: Introduction Section A.1: Orientation to the Classroom Environment Chapter 1: Introducing Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform Section 1.1: Describing OpenShift Container Platform Features Section 1.2: Quiz: OpenShift Container Platform Features Section 1.3: Describing the OpenShift Container Platform Architecture Section 1.4: Quiz: OpenShift Container Platform Architecture Section 1.5: Summary DAY-11 Chapter 2: Installing OpenShift Container Platform Section 2.1: Preparing Servers for Installation Section 2.2: Guided Exercise: Preparing for Installation Section 2.3: Installing Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform Section 2.4: Guided Exercise: Installing Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform Section 2.5: Executing Postinstallation Tasks Section 2.6: Guided Exercise: Completing Postinstallation Tasks Section 2.7: Summary DAY-12 Chapter 3: Describing and Exploring OpenShift Networking Concepts Section 3.1: Describing OpenShift's Implementation of Software-Defined Networking Section 3.2: Guided Exercise: Exploring Software-Defined Networking Section 3.3: Creating Routes Section 3.4: Guided Exercise: Creating a Route Section 3.5: Lab: Exploring OpenShift Networking Concepts Section 3.6: Summary DAY-13 Chapter 4: Executing Commands Section 4.1: Configuring Resources with the CLI Section 4.2: Guided Exercise: Managing an OpenShift Instance Using oc Section 4.3: Executing Troubleshooting Commands Section 4.4: Guided Exercise: Troubleshooting Common Problems Section 4.5: Lab: Executing Commands Section 4.6: Summary DAY-14 Chapter 5: Controlling Access to OpenShift Resources Section 5.1: Securing Access to OpenShift Resources Section 5.2: Guided Exercise: Managing Projects and Accounts Section 5.3: Managing Sensitive Information with Secrets Section 5.4: Guided Exercise: Protecting a Database Password Section 5.5: Managing Security Policies Section 5.6: Quiz: Managing Security Policies Section 5.7: Lab: Controlling Access to OpenShift Resources Section 5.8: Summary DAY-15 Chapter 6: Allocating Persistent Storage Section 6.1: Provisioning Persistent Storage Section 6.2: Guided Exercise: Implementing Persistent Database Storage Section 6.3: Describing Persistence for the Internal Registry Section 6.4: Quiz: Describing Persistence for the Internal Registry Section 6.5: Lab: Allocating Persistent Storage Section 6.6: Summary DAY-16 Chapter 7: Managing Application Deployments Section 7.1: Scaling an Application Section 7.2: Guided Exercise: Scaling An Application Section 7.3: Controlling Pod Scheduling Section 7.4: Guided Exercise: Controlling Pod Scheduling Section 7.5: Managing Images, Image Streams, and Templates Section 7.6: Guided Exercise: Managing Image Streams Section 7.7: Lab: Managing Application Deployments Section 7.8: Summary DAY-17 Chapter 8: Installing and Configuring the Metrics Subsystem Section 8.1: Describing the Architecture of the Metrics Subsystem Section 8.2: Quiz: Describing the Architecture of the metrics Subsystem Section 8.3: Installing the Metrics Subsystem Section 8.4: Guided Exercise: Installing the Metrics Subsystem Section 8.5: Summary DAY-18 Chapter 9: Managing and Monitoring OpenShift Container Platform Section 9.1: Limiting Resource Usage Section 9.2: Guided Exercise: Limiting Resource Usage Section 9.3: Upgrading the OpenShift Container Platform Section 9.4: Quiz: Upgrading OpenShift Section 9.5: Monitoring Applications with Probes Section 9.6: Guided Exercise: Monitoring Applications with Probes Section 9.7: Monitoring Resources with the Web Console Section 9.8: Guided Exercise: Exploring Metrics with the Web Console Section 9.9: Lab: Managing and Monitoring OpenShift Section 9.10: Summary DAY-19 Chapter 10: Comprehensive Review: Red Hat OpenShift Administration I Section 10.1: Comprehensive Review Section 10.2: Lab: Installing OpenShift Section 10.3: Lab: Deploy an Application
  7. Gerant

    CWSP Exam

    Hello everyone, anyone cleared CWSP exam recently, I am preparing these days, any tips would be helpful. thanks in advance.
  8. Below resources cover a lot! HOL-1987-01-HBD - VMware Cloud on AWS - Getting Started
  9. Hello, I want to buy vouchers for below exams, let me know if someone is offering, thanks. IBM Security QRadar SIEM V7.2.6 Associate Analyst C2150-612 IBM Security QRadar SIEM V7.2.7 Deployment C2150-614 IBM Security QRadar SIEM V7.2.8 Fundamental Administration C2150-624
  10. 1 - Identify the problem. 2 - Discover the scale of the problem. 3 - Define the possible caused of the problem. 4 - Narrow to the most likely cause. 5 - Create a plan of action or escalate the problem. 6 - Perform corrective actions. 7 - Verify the solution. 8 - Document the results.
  11. Gerant

    F5 Exam 101 & 201

    Any one recently cleared 101 exam?
  12. well, I contacted them and found that they dont have 100% dumps like CCIE, however, they will teach/guide to pass the exam based on similar questions. I was interested to buy but not any more now! Good luck to you guys P.S. they start from 2000$ and reach to 1600$
  13. Password: www.91lab.com questions are still valid, recently cleared the exam!
  14. well, Im studying for CWAP at the moment, CWSP will be next. I have access to official elearning course, book and practice questions. As per my experience, skype groups are not so beneficial for non-lab studies, its kinda self paced. Any how, we can discuss overhere.
  15. VMware Certified Advanced Professional 6 – Data Center Virtualization Deployment Exam 3V0-623 [Hidden Content]
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