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Overview

This expert-led workshop leads students through the ForgeRock DevOps documentation set to learn how to deploy all of the ForgeRock Identity Platform software components to a Kubernetes cluster running in the Google Kubernetes Environment (GKE). It then explores how you can get started migrating the ForgeRock Entertainment Company (FEC) portal configuration from the core concepts courses to Kubernetes using the DevOps techniques covered in the documentation. This expert-led workshop leads students through the ForgeRock DevOps documentation set to learn how to deploy all of the ForgeRock Identity Platform software components to a Kubernetes cluster running in the Google Kubernetes Environment (GKE). It then explores how you can get started migrating the ForgeRock Entertainment Company (FEC) portal configuration from the core concepts courses to Kubernetes using the DevOps techniques covered in the documentation. This expert-led workshop leads students through the ForgeRock DevOps documentation set to learn how to deploy all of the ForgeRock Identity Platform software components to a Kubernetes cluster running in the Google Kubernetes Environment (GKE). It then explores how you can get started migrating the ForgeRock Entertainment Company (FEC) portal configuration from the core concepts courses to Kubernetes using the DevOps techniques covered in the documentation. Please note that this workshop uses the DevOps documentation set as your reference for the hands-on labs instead of a dedicated Student Workbook as with the core concepts courses. You work with your instructor to improvise any steps that are necessary for the given lab environment. Also, it is important that you have already successfully completed the core concepts courses before attending this workshop, and you have experience working with Kubernetes and Helm. Please note that this workshop uses the DevOps documentation set as your reference for the hands-on labs instead of a dedicated Student Workbook as with the core concepts courses. You work with your instructor to improvise any steps that are necessary for the given lab environment. Also, it is important that you have already successfully completed the core concepts courses before attending this workshop, and you have experience working with Kubernetes and Helm. Please note that this workshop uses the DevOps documentation set as your reference for the hands-on labs instead of a dedicated Student Workbook as with the core concepts courses. You work with your instructor to improvise any steps that are necessary for the given lab environment. Also, it is important that you have already successfully completed the core concepts courses before attending this workshop, and you have experience working with Kubernetes and Helm. Note: Revision A of this course is built on version 6.5.0 of the ForgeRock Identity Platform. Note: Revision A of this course is built on version 6.5.0 of the ForgeRock Identity Platform. Note: Revision A of this course is built on version 6.5.0 of the ForgeRock Identity Platform.

Audience

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s This workshop is aimed at technical audiences who are responsible for deploying the ForgeRock Identity Platform to Kubernetes and managing the platform as a whole in a Kubernetes environment. This includes, but is not limited to, those with the following responsibilities: This workshop is aimed at technical audiences who are responsible for deploying the ForgeRock Identity Platform to Kubernetes and managing the platform as a whole in a Kubernetes environment. This includes, but is not limited to, those with the following responsibilities: This workshop is aimed at technical audiences who are responsible for deploying the ForgeRock Identity Platform to Kubernetes and managing the platform as a whole in a Kubernetes environment. This includes, but is not limited to, those with the following responsibilities:

  • Developers who are responsible for deploying and configuring ForgeRock Identity Platform in a DevOps development environment and helping others migrate those deployments to production.
  • Other technical audiences, such as system integrators, consultants, architects, administrators, and sales/support engineers who need to learn how to deploy the ForgeRock Identity Platform to Kubernetes using DevOps techniques.

Developers who are responsible for deploying and configuring ForgeRock Identity Platform in a DevOps development environment and helping others migrate those deployments to production. Developers who are responsible for deploying and configuring ForgeRock Identity Platform in a DevOps development environment and helping others migrate those deployments to production. Developers who are responsible for deploying and configuring ForgeRock Identity Platform in a DevOps development environment and helping others migrate those deployments to production.

Other technical audiences, such as system integrators, consultants, architects, administrators, and sales/support engineers who need to learn how to deploy the ForgeRock Identity Platform to Kubernetes using DevOps techniques. Other technical audiences, such as system integrators, consultants, architects, administrators, and sales/support engineers who need to learn how to deploy the ForgeRock Identity Platform to Kubernetes using DevOps techniques. Other technical audiences, such as system integrators, consultants, architects, administrators, and sales/support engineers who need to learn how to deploy the ForgeRock Identity Platform to Kubernetes using DevOps techniques.

Skills Gained

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to: Upon completion of this course, you should be able to: Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Walk through the instructions in the ForgeRock DevOps Quick Start Guide, DevOps Release Notes, and DevOps Developer's Guide to deploy the ForgeRock Identity Platform to a Kubernetes cluster running in GKE using the default ForgeRock DevOps Examples.
  • Use Chapters 4, 5, and 6 of the ForgeRock DevOps Developer's Guide to deploy each of the ForgeRock Identity Platform components with a custom configuration. Note that you will need your own Git repository, such as a free account on GitHub, to work with the ForgeRock Identity Platform component configurations.
  • Explore how to use the ForgeRock DevOps Cloud Deployment Model Cookbook for GKE (the cookbook) to standardize and simplify the deployment of the ForgeRock Identity Platform in a production-quality Kubernetes cloud environment. Note that this will mainly be a discussion, with a demonstration by your instructor.
  • Explore how you can get started migrating the FEC Portal configuration from the ForgeRock University core concepts courses to a Kubernetes environment. You use the techniques learned earlier to start the migration of an existing ForgeRock Identity Platform deployment to Kubernetes. You work with your instructor to discuss the migration challenges and work with the existing FEC Portal deployment available in the lab to implement some of the migration tasks.

Walk through the instructions in the ForgeRock DevOps Quick Start Guide, DevOps Release Notes, and DevOps Developer's Guide to deploy the ForgeRock Identity Platform to a Kubernetes cluster running in GKE using the default ForgeRock DevOps Examples. Walk through the instructions in the ForgeRock DevOps Quick Start Guide, DevOps Release Notes, and DevOps Developer's Guide to deploy the ForgeRock Identity Platform to a Kubernetes cluster running in GKE using the default ForgeRock DevOps Examples. Walk through the instructions in the ForgeRock DevOps Quick Start Guide, DevOps Release Notes, and DevOps Developer's Guide to deploy the ForgeRock Identity Platform to a Kubernetes cluster running in GKE using the default ForgeRock DevOps Examples.

Use Chapters 4, 5, and 6 of the ForgeRock DevOps Developer's Guide to deploy each of the ForgeRock Identity Platform components with a custom configuration. Note that you will need your own Git repository, such as a free account on GitHub, to work with the ForgeRock Identity Platform component configurations. Use Chapters 4, 5, and 6 of the ForgeRock DevOps Developer's Guide to deploy each of the ForgeRock Identity Platform components with a custom configuration. Note that you will need your own Git repository, such as a free account on GitHub, to work with the ForgeRock Identity Platform component configurations. Use Chapters 4, 5, and 6 of the ForgeRock DevOps Developer's Guide to deploy each of the ForgeRock Identity Platform components with a custom configuration. Note that you will need your own Git repository, such as a free account on GitHub, to work with the ForgeRock Identity Platform component configurations.

Explore how to use the ForgeRock DevOps Cloud Deployment Model Cookbook for GKE (the cookbook) to standardize and simplify the deployment of the ForgeRock Identity Platform in a production-quality Kubernetes cloud environment. Note that this will mainly be a discussion, with a demonstration by your instructor. Explore how to use the ForgeRock DevOps Cloud Deployment Model Cookbook for GKE (the cookbook) to standardize and simplify the deployment of the ForgeRock Identity Platform in a production-quality Kubernetes cloud environment. Note that this will mainly be a discussion, with a demonstration by your instructor. Explore how to use the ForgeRock DevOps Cloud Deployment Model Cookbook for GKE (the cookbook) to standardize and simplify the deployment of the ForgeRock Identity Platform in a production-quality Kubernetes cloud environment. Note that this will mainly be a discussion, with a demonstration by your instructor.

Explore how you can get started migrating the FEC Portal configuration from the ForgeRock University core concepts courses to a Kubernetes environment. You use the techniques learned earlier to start the migration of an existing ForgeRock Identity Platform deployment to Kubernetes. You work with your instructor to discuss the migration challenges and work with the existing FEC Portal deployment available in the lab to implement some of the migration tasks. Explore how you can get started migrating the FEC Portal configuration from the ForgeRock University core concepts courses to a Kubernetes environment. You use the techniques learned earlier to start the migration of an existing ForgeRock Identity Platform deployment to Kubernetes. You work with your instructor to discuss the migration challenges and work with the existing FEC Portal deployment available in the lab to implement some of the migration tasks. Explore how you can get started migrating the FEC Portal configuration from the ForgeRock University core concepts courses to a Kubernetes environment. You use the techniques learned earlier to start the migration of an existing ForgeRock Identity Platform deployment to Kubernetes. You work with your instructor to discuss the migration challenges and work with the existing FEC Portal deployment available in the lab to implement some of the migration tasks. Note that a set of slides is included with the workshop to help you stay on track and provide topics for discussion. Note that a set of slides is included with the workshop to help you stay on track and provide topics for discussion. Note that a set of slides is included with the workshop to help you stay on track and provide topics for discussion.

Prerequisites

The following are the prerequisites for successfully completing this course: The following are the prerequisites for successfully completing this course: The following are the prerequisites for successfully completing this course:

  • Completion of the ForgeRock University core concept courses (AM-400 Rev B, IDM-400 Rev B, DS-400 Rev A):
    • You should know how to configure and administer ForgeRock Directory Services (DS), ForgeRock Access Management (AM), Amster, ForgeRock Identity Management (IDM), and ForgeRock Identity Gateway (IG).
    • You should know how to use the appropriate commands and user interfaces for each component.
  • Knowledge and experience working with Linux, Docker, Kubernetes, Helm, GKE, Google Cloud SDK, and GitHub for working with the labs and understanding the DevOps examples. Following are some examples of the knowledge and skills you should have before attending this workshop:
    • Run administrator-level commands in a Linux terminal window and understand their output.
    • Install the various DevOps tools, like Docker, Kubernetes, Helm, and others in a Linux environment.
    • Run various Kubernetes commands to deploy pods, query pods, and query cluster objects.
    • Use the kubectl command for operating within a cluster, and connect to containers running in the pod for diagnostic purposes.
    • Create and install a Helm chart and use the helm command to manage releases
    • Have a GitHub account and use the Git commands to fork, clone, pull, and push changes to a Git repository.

Completion of the ForgeRock University core concept courses (AM-400 Rev B, IDM-400 Rev B, DS-400 Rev A): Completion of the ForgeRock University core concept courses (AM-400 Rev B, IDM-400 Rev B, DS-400 Rev A): Completion of the ForgeRock University core concept courses (AM-400 Rev B, IDM-400 Rev B, DS-400 Rev A):

  • You should know how to configure and administer ForgeRock Directory Services (DS), ForgeRock Access Management (AM), Amster, ForgeRock Identity Management (IDM), and ForgeRock Identity Gateway (IG).
  • You should know how to use the appropriate commands and user interfaces for each component.

You should know how to configure and administer ForgeRock Directory Services (DS), ForgeRock Access Management (AM), Amster, ForgeRock Identity Management (IDM), and ForgeRock Identity Gateway (IG). You should know how to configure and administer ForgeRock Directory Services (DS), ForgeRock Access Management (AM), Amster, ForgeRock Identity Management (IDM), and ForgeRock Identity Gateway (IG). You should know how to configure and administer ForgeRock Directory Services (DS), ForgeRock Access Management (AM), Amster, ForgeRock Identity Management (IDM), and ForgeRock Identity Gateway (IG).

You should know how to use the appropriate commands and user interfaces for each component. You should know how to use the appropriate commands and user interfaces for each component. You should know how to use the appropriate commands and user interfaces for each component.

Knowledge and experience working with Linux, Docker, Kubernetes, Helm, GKE, Google Cloud SDK, and GitHub for working with the labs and understanding the DevOps examples. Following are some examples of the knowledge and skills you should have before attending this workshop: Knowledge and experience working with Linux, Docker, Kubernetes, Helm, GKE, Google Cloud SDK, and GitHub for working with the labs and understanding the DevOps examples. Following are some examples of the knowledge and skills you should have before attending this workshop: Knowledge and experience working with Linux, Docker, Kubernetes, Helm, GKE, Google Cloud SDK, and GitHub for working with the labs and understanding the DevOps examples. Following are some examples of the knowledge and skills you should have before attending this workshop:

  • Run administrator-level commands in a Linux terminal window and understand their output.
  • Install the various DevOps tools, like Docker, Kubernetes, Helm, and others in a Linux environment.
  • Run various Kubernetes commands to deploy pods, query pods, and query cluster objects.
  • Use the kubectl command for operating within a cluster, and connect to containers running in the pod for diagnostic purposes.
  • Create and install a Helm chart and use the helm command to manage releases
  • Have a GitHub account and use the Git commands to fork, clone, pull, and push changes to a Git repository.

Run administrator-level commands in a Linux terminal window and understand their output. Run administrator-level commands in a Linux terminal window and understand their output. Run administrator-level commands in a Linux terminal window and understand their output.

Install the various DevOps tools, like Docker, Kubernetes, Helm, and others in a Linux environment. Install the various DevOps tools, like Docker, Kubernetes, Helm, and others in a Linux environment. Install the various DevOps tools, like Docker, Kubernetes, Helm, and others in a Linux environment.

Run various Kubernetes commands to deploy pods, query pods, and query cluster objects. Run various Kubernetes commands to deploy pods, query pods, and query cluster objects. Run various Kubernetes commands to deploy pods, query pods, and query cluster objects.

Use the kubectl command for operating within a cluster, and connect to containers running in the pod for diagnostic purposes. Use the kubectl command for operating within a cluster, and connect to containers running in the pod for diagnostic purposes. Use the kubectl command for operating within a cluster, and connect to containers running in the pod for diagnostic purposes.

Create and install a Helm chart and use the helm command to manage releases Create and install a Helm chart and use the helm command to manage releases Create and install a Helm chart and use the helm command to manage releases

Have a GitHub account and use the Git commands to fork, clone, pull, and push changes to a Git repository. Have a GitHub account and use the Git commands to fork, clone, pull, and push changes to a Git repository. Have a GitHub account and use the Git commands to fork, clone, pull, and push changes to a Git repository. Duration Duration Duration Duration 3 days 3 days 3 days

Outline

Course Contents

Chapter 1: Deploying the ForgeRock Identity Platform Using the ForgeRock DevOps Examples

Lesson 1: Overview of the ForgeRock DevOps Documentation and Examples
  • Deploy the ForgeRock Identity Platform on Kubernetes using the default DevOps example
  • Review the ForgeRock Identity Platform announcement and access the DevOps documentation
  • Verify the DevOps third-party tools and complete the developer tasks for implementing a DevOps environment
  • Review the DevOps documentation available for the ForgeRock Identity Platform
Lesson 2: Deploying the ForgeRock DevOps Examples to GKE
  • Review the DevOps Developer's Guide
  • Implement a cloud DevOps environment on GKE
  • Deploy the ForgeRock Identity Platform
  • Remove the deployed platform and cleanup the environment
  • Describe the differences deploying the ForgeRock DevOps Examples to other cloud providers
Lesson 3: Troubleshooting ForgeRock Identity Platform Running in a Kubernetes Cluster
  • Describe a systematic approach to troubleshooting common issues in a Kubernetes environment
  • Run commands for troubleshooting environment issues
  • Run commands for troubleshooting containerization issues
  • Run commands for troubleshooting orchestration issues
  • Describe the resources for getting additional support through the community and ForgeRock commercial support

Chapter 2: Deploying the ForgeRock Identity Platform Individual Components Using the ForgeRock DevOps Examples

Lesson 1: Working With the ForgeRock Public Git Repositories
  • Describe the role of the ForgeRock Git repositories
  • Create a configuration repository for your deployments
  • Configure and install the frconfig Helm chart
Lesson 2: Deploying the AM and DS Example
  • Describe the DevOps features and limitations for deploying AM and DS using DevOps techniques
  • Deploy the AM and DS example
  • Customize the AM web application before installation using a script
Lesson 3: Deploying the IDM Example
  • Describe the DevOps features and limitations for deploying IDM using DevOps techniques
  • Deploy the IDM example
  • Modify the IDM configuration and push the changes to a configuration repository
Lesson 4: Deploying the IG Example
  • Describe the DevOps features and limitations for deploying IG using DevOps techniques
  • Deploy the IG example
  • Discuss options for modifying and redeploying IG after deployment
Lesson 5: Migrating an Existing Deployment to Kubernetes
  • Discuss migration possibilities for migrating an existing ForgeRock Identity Platform solution to a Kubernetes cluster
  • Migrate an existing AM configuration to Kubernetes
  • Migrate an existing IDM configuration to Kubernetes
  • Migrate an existing IG configuration to Kubernetes

Chapter 3: Exploring the Cloud Deployment Model Cookbook for GKE to migrate from Development to Production

Lesson 1: Overview of the ForgeRock DevOps Cloud Deployment Model Cookbook for GKE
  • Describe the role of the the cookbook instructions for implementing the Cloud Deployment Model (CDM), and how you can use the CDM with your deployment
Lesson 2: Setting Up the Deployment Environment With Monitoring
  • Review the additional requirements for setting up a Google Cloud Platform (GCP) project for the CDM
  • Review the additional requirements for creating and setting up a Kubernetes cluster for the CDM
  • Demonstrate deploying the CDM monitoring tools

Chapter 4: Getting Started Migrating an Existing Deployment to Kubernetes (Optional)

Please note that this chapter is optional depending on the time constraints of the workshop. This chapter introduces students to the migration challenges and techniques you can use to migrate and existing non-DevOps deployment to Kubernetes. Lesson 1: Migrating an Existing DS and AM Configuration to Kubernetes
  • Discuss how you can migrate, or whether you should migrate, an existing DS and AM configuration to Kubernetes
  • Migrate the DS configuration and sample user data
  • Update your Amster pod configuration for an existing AM deployment
Lesson 2: Migrating an existing IDM configuration to Kubernetes
  • Migrate a server configuration from a previous version of IDM to Kubernetes
  • List the challenges of migrating IDM to Kubernetes and describe a method or plan for that migration
  • Migrate user data from a previous version of IDM to Kubernetes
  • Implement the required changes to IDM to update IDM from a previous release

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