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OpenStack Compute Essentials
Days - 2
This course is a two-day intro class covering the core OpenStack compute projects including Neutron, Nova, Glance, Keystone and Horizon. This is the same material covered in the first two days of our OpenStack Fundamentals class with topics that range from understanding the architecture, to installing and configuring. This course is a great primer for anyone interested in OpenStack Compute. This course is designed for technical individuals and consists of lectures, discussions, demos and hands on labs.

OpenStack Object Storage Essentials
Days - 2
This course is a two-day intro class covering the OpenStack Object Storage project, codenamed Swift. This is the same material covered in the last two days of our OpenStack Fundamentals class wtih topics that include understanding the Swift components, architecture, installation and maintenance. This course is a great primer for anyone interested in OpenStack Object Storage. This course is designed for technical individuals with minimum Swift experience. The course consists of lectures, discussions, demos and hands on labs.

Certified OpenStack Administrator Preparatory Course
This course prepares students to pass the OpenStack Foundation's Certified OpenStack Administrator exam. With this course, students can increase employer and customer confidence by proving they have the skills required to administer real-world OpenStack clouds! Each student will receive access to their very own OpenStack environment where they will explore all topics covered in the exam as well as the daily requirements of administering the cloud from the Horizon dashboard, CLI, and API.
Days - 2

Objectives

BENEFITS OF LEARNING OPENSTACK

  • OpenStack is an open-source, flexible and productive Cloud Computing Platform.
  • Due to increased efficiency, OpenStack is widely used among enterprises.
  • Better career opportunities and good pay in top MNCs.

Following are the course topics included in this programme:

  • Keystone - OpenStack Identity Service
  • Glance - OpenStack Image Service
  • Neutron - OpenStack Networking
  • Nova - OpenStack Compute
  • Swift - OpenStack Object Storage
  • Using OpenStack Object Storage
  • Administering OpenStack Object Storage
  • Using the OpenStack Dashboard

Pre-requisites

Prerequisites
Basic Linux Command Line Knowledge
Basic Networking Knowledge

Audience
Technical IT Professionals
DevOps Engineers
Software Developers

Features

Agenda

Agenda of the OpenStake Essentials and Admin Training


Introduction to Openstack

Introduction And Welcome
Next Gen OpenStack Data Centers
Understand the components that make up the cloud

Architecture components of OpenStack
What OpenStack is Not. (The History)
Architecture Workflow
Nova - Compute
Swift - Storage
Glance - Image Service
Cinder - Block Storage
Neutron - Networking
Horizon - Dashboard
Keystone - Identity Service

OpenStack Demonstrations
OpenStack Hypervisors
Choosing your Distribution platform
Creating your Own OpenStack with DevStack

Identity Management
Identity Service Keystone
Manage/Create projects, users, and roles
Manage Keystone catalogue services and endpoints
Create roles and rules for the environment
Verify operation of the Identity service
Live Lab: Creating Projects, Users, And Roles

Dashboard
Verify operation of the Dashboard

Compute
Nova Compute Components and OpenStack Terms
Verify operation of Compute services
Manage Nova user keypairs
Manage Flavors
Manage quotas
Manage project security group rules
Launch a new Instance
Assign security group to Instance
Configure an Instance with a Floating IP address
Access an Instance using a keypair
Shutdown an Instance
Terminate Instance
Manage instance snapshots
Live Lab: Managing Flavors and Quotas
Live Lab: Launching Instances From The CLI
Live Lab: Launching Instances from Horizon
Live Lab: Configure Access and Security for Instances

Block Storage
Block Storage - Cinder Overview
Create volume group for block storage
Manage volume
Create a new Block Storage Volume and mount it to a Nova Instance
Manage quotas
Snapshot volume
Manage volumes backups
Manage volumes encryption
Live Lab: Create a new Block Storage Volume and mount it to a Nova Instance
Live Lab: Create a Volume Snapshot and Backup
Live Lab: Create an Encrypted Volume

Object Storage
Swift - Object Storage Overview
The Ring
Account, Proxy, Object, and Container Servers
Replication
Manage access to object storage
Manage expiring objects
Live Lab: Set Expire Times on Objects

Image Management
Verify operation of the Image Service
Deploy a new image to an OpenStack instance
Manage image types and backends
Live Lab: Creating a New Image

Networking
Linux Networking - Linux Bridges
Linux Networking - Network Managers with Nova-Network
Linux Networking - Network Traffic Flow VLAN and Flat Networks
Linux Networking - Floating IP Address
Neutron
Neutron - Linux Bridges
Neutron - Open vSwitch
Neutron - ML2 Plugin
Neutron - Agents
Verify operation of network service
Create project networks
Create project routers
External Networks
Manage project security group rules
Manage quotas
Live Lab: Create a New Subnet in Existing Tenant Network

Telemetry
Telemetry - Ceilometer Overview
Telemetry - Ceilometer Pipelines, Meters, and Alarms
Verify operation of Telemetry
Manage Telemetry meters and alarms

Heat/Orchestration
Orchestration - Heat Overview
Heat Architecture
Heat Templates
Verify operation of Heat/Orchestration
Use Heat/Orchestration CLI and Dashboard
Obtain detailed information about a stack

 


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