+48 22 208 28 61    szkolenia@cts.com.pl

Lab Exercise: Designing for Failure and Recovering from Failure – c110045gspl

Course #: c110045gspl

Duration: 2.4 Hours

In this lab exercise, you will practice within a simulated environment to leverage the knowledge you gained from the Failure, Recovering from Failure, and Managing Failure Domains web-based module.


Build hands-on skills in implementing highly reliable cloud environments.


This course is intended for learners who are pursuing professional-level site reliability engineer certification on IBM Cloud.


Before starting this curriculum, the target audience should understand:
•System Thinking
•DevOps practices
•Cloud Architecture
•Software engineering principles
•System administration
•Network and OSI model
•Networking and security practices for IBM Cloud
•Incident management
•Root cause analysis

The target audience should also be able to:
•Proficiently write code
•Create run books as a reference
•Make system components serviceable
•Interpret data and statistics to determine actions
•Use LogDNA, SysDig, Grafana, Prometheus, Kibana
•Interpret schematics
•Drive incidents to resolution
•Remediate underlying sources of unreliability
•Create and configure VMs
•Create and configure Containers on IBM Kubernetes Service (IKS)/Red Hat OpenShift Kubernetes Services (ROKS)
•Create and configure Containers using OpenShift
•Create and configure Serverless applications
•Configure for high availability and scalability


Topic 1: Demonstrate How to Implement Foundational Techniques to Implement Reliability

Contact us regarding the training