Portworx Certified Admin (PCA) is a technical education course and certification exam that teaches the core skills needed to run stateful applications on Kubernetes using the Portworx Storage Platform. Topics include overall architecture, deployment on Kubernetes, maintenance, performance, Portworx Command Line Interface (CLI), high availability, snapshots, backup and restore, security, disaster recovery, monitoring and logging, metrics, and more. This training is vital to empower your team to run stateful applications in production properly.
Each of these courses is aimed at the Kubernetes DevOps teams that will be admins of the container orchestration and data management platforms. Portworx Fundamentals is a free course and targets a high-level understanding of concepts, while the PCA course delivers more technical detail. Both courses have real lab environments to perfect what students have learned while also preparing them for the PCA Exam, which is available upon completion of the PCA training.
Fundamentals of Storage on Kubernetes
Fundamentals of Container Native Storage
Fundamentals of Portworx Container Storage
Linux System Administration
Portworx Systems Administrator
How to Deploy a Container Native Storage Solution on Kubernetes
How to Deploy StatefulSets on Kubernetes with Persistent Storage
How to Configure Backups of Applications and Volumes on Kubernetes
How to Setup Disaster Recovery features on Kubernetes
How to Deploy Logging and Monitoring Solutions for Portworx on Kubernetes
Portworx Fundamentals Course
Kubernetes Persisten Volumes and Persisten Volume Claims
Kubernetes Storage Classes
Stateful Application Developers
Learn the basics around container Storage and how Portworx works.
Train to become a certified Administrator for Portworx Cloud-Native Storage.
Take the PCA Exam after completing the PCA course to certify.
The PCA track has a curriculum covering several sections, including Containers, Container Storage, Kubernetes, Security, Backup, Disaster Recovery, Logging, Monitoring, and more.
Once students complete the course, they will have access to an exam that allows them to put their knowledge to the test and, when proven, earn their Portworx Certified Admin credentials.