DO326 - Red Hat Openshift Migration Lab

DO326 - Red Hat Openshift Migration Lab

DO326 - Red Hat Openshift Migration Lab


Impact on the organization

Successful migration from OpenShift 3 to OpenShift 4 is a critical factor in maintaining continuity for customers with established workloads on legacy OpenShift 3. To preserve continued support and innovation, organizations must ensure a careful and precise transition of applications  using Red Hat’s tools and best practices. In comparison to OpenShift 3, OpenShift 4 brings in sophisticated automation, self-service, governance, and cloud-native features that are based on Kubernetes Operators to enable a wider variety of application modernization and digital transformation efforts.

Impact on the individual 

Learning to apply skills needed to migrate workloads from OpenShift 3 to OpenShift 4 using the Migration Toolkit for Containers will set up students to safely and correctly complete migrations in their organizations.


  •  Planning an OpenShift 3 to 4 migration
  •  Preparing the target cluster for migration
  •  Deploying the Migration Toolkit for Containers (MTC)
  •  Migrating applications using the MTC
  •  Mapping application dependencies and dandling migration issues
  •  Automating application migrations using the MTC API and Ansible
  •  Reducing downtime during a migration process
  •  Red Hat OpenShift 3 to 4 migration lab comprehensive review


  •  Red Hat consultants and partners responsible for customer success and who want to migrate from OpenShift 3 to OpenShift 4.
  •  OpenShift professionals responsible for the transition of workloads onto OpenShift 4


  • Red Hat OpenShift I: Containers & Kubernetes (DO180) and Red Hat OpenShift Administration II: Operating a Production Kubernetes Cluster (DO280) are required prerequisites for DO326 because they teach the OpenShift administration and Kubernetes skills necessary to comprehend and use the MTC 
  • Red Hat OpenShift Installation Lab (DO322) and Red Hat OpenShift Administration III: Scaling Kubernetes Deployments in the Enterprise (DO380) are suggested as either prerequisites or follow-ups for DO326 because they teach how to deploy and customize OpenShift 4 clusters to meet security, availability, and performance requirements of different workloads.


This course is not associatd with any Certification.


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