Develop operators to make your applications self-managing in Kubernetes and OpenShift

This session teaches how to develop an operator for your application, especially a stateful workload, to make it able to manage itself: install itself, upgrade to a new release, recover from failures, monitor itself, and autoscale. In short, operators can automate the work that site reliability engineers (SREs) call toil. If a customer installs your service in their hybrid cloud environment, their operations team doesn’t want to manage it, they want it to manage itself.

How to claim your badge:

Congratulations on completing this course, the last step to getting you badge is to complete a quiz and claim your badge. Here are the step to claiming your badge.

  • Go to the following Cognitive Class course: Hybrid Cloud Conference Backend Services for Containers
  • Click “Login to Enroll”
  • If you are a first time user, click “Create an Account”. Otherwise, login with your credentials.
  • If you are already logged in, you will click “Go to class”
  • You may read “About this quiz” for a description
  • Expand the Quiz section in the middle of the page and click on the “badge quiz”
  • Once you complete the quiz successfully, navigate back the the course page and select the “Claim your Hybrid Cloud: Backend Services for Container Badge” section.
  • If you have successfully passed the quiz you will see a “Claim Badge” at the bottom of the page. Click the button to claim you badge.
    That’s it! Congratulation on your badge and great job on completing the course! For more learning opportunities, look at content on https://developer.ibm.com/