ArctiqLabs courses are designed, built, and delivered by our expert field consultants. The focus on field-led enablement means that we have the right people in the room to answer questions on the spot. Courses are delivered with an instructor for every 6 attendees, allowing for our team to focus enough attention on the learning process.
In this hands-on course, participants will gain an understanding of the tooling and methodologies involved in provisioning, managing, and configuring infrastructure-as-code, through the use of Git, HashiCorp Terraform, and Red Hat Ansible. Students will each get their own dedicated, pre-built lab environment in a public cloud platform ( GCP, Azure, or AWS ).
In this hands-on lab focused course, participants will learn how to configure, maintain and operate a Hashicorp Enterprise Vault cluster.
In this hands-on course, participants will gain an understanding of the tooling and methodologies involved in provisioning, managing, and automating application deployments through the use of Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform, playbooks and Git. Students will each get their own dedicated, pre-built lab environment in a public cloud platform.
Get equipped with the skills to manage and operate Kubernetes and OpenShift clusters, including autoscaling, troubleshooting, resource management, and more.
Learn the architecture of Anthos on VMware and its Day 2 operations. Get equipped with the skills to deploy Anthos clusters on VMware (GKE on prem), including the admin workstation, the admin cluster and the user cluster.
No. Our courses are designed around technology enablement. Deep-dive product training and certification is available from our partners
ArctiqLabs training is focused purely on technology enablement, involves complete lifecycle components, and rarely has installation activities included. When our attendees show up on day 1, the required components are mostly installed, and ready to go.
Lab components are provisioned with public cloud partners. This allows our attendees to focus on learning, rather than local PC/laptop issues. For any courses run onsite, some baseline connectivity requirements will need to be tested.