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Building and certifying Operators - 5 things developers need to know

August 4, 2020
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Related products: Red Hat OpenShift

This infographic summarizes the “5 things” for technology partner developers to build and certify your Red Hat Openshift Operators - it is part three of a three-part series. Part one was about building and certifying on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and part two covered Linux containers.

These “5 things” are progressive steps towards developing for Red Hat OpenShift Operator certification:  the first is for beginners (e.g. new to software development or Linux containers) who need to know the technology basics, followed by intermediate information to get you started in specific development areas, and then wraps up for advanced developers who just want useful quick references. 

Related products:

Red Hat OpenShift
Mike Guerette
Mike Guerette
Product Marketing
Mike has worked in various roles (product management, partner/business development, product marketing, and developer relations) involving infrastructure software. He joined Red Hat in 2010 and been working with partners and developers since joining the company. He founded the Red Hat developer blog, and co-founded Red Hat Developer, and Red Hat Developer Toolset and Red Hat Software Collections for Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Mike currently works on Red Hat's Ecosystem team, focused on helping Technology Partners and their development teams.
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