Scheduling Quick Start

This section will walk through the functionality of the Mirantis Scheduling System. You will use this system to provision the Mirantis hosted lab environments for both public and private classes, to get public training classes listed on Mirantis’ public training schedule, report all deliveries for royalty processing, and ensure all students receive official satisfaction surveys and certifications of completion. For support issues and help with the system please email

Logging In

  1. Make sure you have a Docker ID and password to log in. If you don’t have a Docker ID, you can get one here:

  2. Log into Mirantis Success with your Docker ID here:

Creating a New User 

Setup new Admins & Schedulers for your organization.

  1. Click on “Users” near the top right of the screen.

  2. Populate the following fields:

    1. First Name

    2. Last Name

    3. Email

    4. Docker ID

    5. Role – Assign the appropriate level of permission. Admins can add schedule classes, create new users, and create new locations. Schedulers can only schedule classes.

Click on “Save”.

Setting Up Your First Location

Before scheduling your first session, you will have to create a unique location. You will be able to create multiple locations & reuse locations as you please.

  1. To create your first location click on “Locations” near the top of the screen.

  2. Click the “Create Location button”.

  3. Populate the required fields:

    1. Name

    2. Street

    3. Building

    4. CIty

    5. State

    6. Country

    7. Timezone

  4. Click “Save”.

Scheduling Your First Class

Please note that if you are scheduling a public session only classes not marked as “private” will appear on the Mirantis public training schedule.

  1. Click on “Events” at the top of the screen.

  2. Click on the “Create Event” button.

  3. Populate the following fields:

    1. Course

    2. Location

    3. Private – If the class is private, select this check box so it does not appear on the Mirantis public calendar.

    4. Start date

    5. Start time

    6. End date

    7. End time

    8. Enrollment URL – Enter your company’s course registration link. (URL can be omitted if the event is Private by unselecting the “Display in Public Schedule” checkbox)

    9. Strigo Class – when in doubt, pick the one marked LATEST. Note that content is updated monthly; if you schedule a class more than one month in advance, we will update the class to use the latest content when it is released ahead of your workshop.

    10. Instructor – the instructor for the class. If the desired instructor’s email does not appear in the dropdown list, contact

  4. Click on “Save”.

Deleting A Scheduled Event

  1. Click on “Events” on the top of your Mirantis Success Dashboard

  2. Click on the Event you would like to delete and click on “Delete Event

Reporting Attendance

Attendance for invoicing purposes is automatically collected based on the number of students who connect to a course’s Strigo lab instance during class. If you believe you should not be invoiced for some of these attendees, you will have the opportunity to mark those attendees as “Not Royalty Eligible” via the event’s listing at This option is available beginning one hour and ending one week after the scheduled conclusion of the class. 

Invoicing Process

1. The ATP must submit all scheduled classes using the Mirantis Scheduling System no later than 1 week after the schedule is confirmed by the ATP. Any cancelled classes must be removed from the system no later than 2 business days after the cancellation is confirmed. This future schedule (both public and private courses) is used by the Mirantis training team to forecast royalties and to populate the public schedule (for public classes).

2. After the class is delivered the ATP will have 1 week to confirm the attendee list and mark any non-royalty eligible students as such. If no changes are made within 1 week of the end of class the delivery will be reported as is since the Strigo reported attendees are an objective and accurate reporting of who attended.

3. As each course is reported (automatically, 1 week after delivery) Mirantis will invoice the ATP for the royalties due. Payment is due according to the payment terms in the ATP’s Mirantis Authorized Training Partner Agreement.