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To help you prepare, the exam objectives below highlight the task areas you can expect to see covered in the exam.
You should be able to demonstrate these skills and abilities:
Implement images using Podman
- Understand and use FROM (the concept of a base image) instruction.
- Understand and use RUN instruction.
- Understand and use ADD instruction.
- Understand and use COPY instruction.
- Understand the difference between ADD and COPY instructions.
- Understand and use WORKDIR and USER instructions.
- Understand security-related topics.
- Understand the differences and applicability of CMD vs. ENTRYPOINT instructions.
- Understand ENTRYPOINT instruction with param.
- Understand when and how to expose ports from a Docker file.
- Understand and use environment variables inside images.
- Understand ENV instruction.
- Understand container volume.
- Mount a host directory as a data volume.
- Understand security and permissions requirements related to this approach.
- Understand lifecycle and cleanup requirements of this approach.
- Understand private registry security.
- Interact with many different registries.
- Understand and use image tags.
- Push and pull images from and to registries.
- Back up an image with its layers and meta data vs. backup a container state.
Run containers locally using Podman
- Get container logs.
- Listen to container events on the container host.
- Use Podman inspect.
Basic OpenShift knowledge
Creating applications in OpenShift
- Create, manage and delete projects from a template, from source code, and from an image.
- Customize catalog template parameters.
- Specifying environment parameters.
- Expose public applications.
Troubleshoot applications in OpenShift
- Understand the description of application resources.
- Get application logs.
- Inspect running applications.
- Connecting to containers running in a pod.
- Copy resources to/from containers running in a pod.
As with all Red Hat performance-based exams, configurations must persist after reboot without intervention.