Linux containers allow you to package and isolate applications with their entire runtime environment. This makes it easy to move the container between environments dev, test and production environments, while retaining functionality. Choosing a base image for your container is a critical step especially when it comes time to deploy containers in production where reliability and predictability become paramount.

In this technical track you will learn more about Red Hat’s Universal Base Image which is built from a subset of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. We will cover the basics, double click into image variations, repositories, distribution and support, along with pointing you to where to download it, and how to get started with a container certification.

This track is also the first step towards our OpenShift certification options. Once you have a container built and certified with UBI, you can Level Up to the Helm Chart and Operator tracks, to deploy and manage your containerized applications.

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