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Manage, monetize, and secure APIs with Red Hat 3scale API Management

Build and Administer APIs with Red Hat 3scale API Management (DO240) is a hands-on, lab-based course that gives SREs and administrators an introduction to managing cloud-native APIs with Red Hat® 3scale API Management. This course enables developers and administrators to install, administer, monetize, secure and document your cloud-native APIs.

This course is based on Red Hat 3scale API Management 2.11.

Audience

  • Site Reliability Engineers and OpenShift Administrators interested in using 3scale API Management to manage, monitor, secure, and monetize their cloud-native APIs.

Skills Gained

  • Understand 3scale API Management architecture and primary features.
  • Learn typical API use cases and strategies.
  • Install 3scale API Management on OpenShift.
  • Establish and configure subscription plans and rate limits.
  • Configure and customize the API gateway using policies.
  • Monitor and analyze API traffic.
  • Configure and test API service discovery.
  • Configure a developer portal and monetize your APIs.
  • Configure API security using tokens, API key-pairs, and OAuth/OIDC using Red Hat Single Sign-on (SSO).

Prerequisites

  • Complete Red Hat OpenShift Administration II: Operating a Production Kubernetes Cluster (DO280) or demonstrate equivalent knowledge.
  • Familiarity with testing REST APIs and security concepts like API keys, tokens and OAuth/OIDC.

 

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