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I would like to posit that Section 29: Containers Overview is not applicable to this course; at best it should be offered as a "nice-to-have" option at the end and at worst, should be removed.
Red Hat defines containers (May 1, 2022) as a tool developers can use ...as they move from development, to testing, and finally to production., classic application development terminology.
Sys Admins have enough on their plates without having to venture into other specialties, unless it's on a purely voluntary/out-of-interest basis.


  • coop
    coop Posts: 915

    Actually system administrators use containers all day now, with Kubernetes and other orchestration methods, and it is an essential part of most administrators' toolkits today. It is true there are situations where that is not true, but the container-related courses we have are by far the busiest :) Furthermore, it is in the list of domains that the LFCS exam covers so eliminating it from the course would elicit complaints I am quite sure.


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