Red Hat OpenStack Administration II

 

Overview:

Red Hat OpenStack Administration II (CL210 course) imparts training on configuration, operations, maintenance and management of Red Hat OpenStack Platform 8. This course encompasses the core services of OpenStack including networking (Neutron), identity (Keystone), image (Glance), compute and controller (Nova), block storage (Cinder), and dashboard (Horizon).   

 

Audience: 

This OpenStack Administration training is meant for system administrators who are wish to implement and execute a cloud computing environment in their enterprise using the Red Hat OpenStack Platform. Cloud administrators and system administrators of Linux platform can also attend this course if they are responsible for managing and operating a private cloud in business setups.

 

Course content summary

  • Get an overview of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform architecture
  • Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform using packstack
  • Deploy each Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform service manually
  • Manage users and projects
  • Deploy instances, and use Heat to deploy and customize instances

Prerequisites:

  • Linux system administrators and cloud administrators interested in, or responsible for, maintaining a private cloud
  • Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) or requisite level of knowledge highly recommended

 

Outline:

  • Course introduction

Introduce and review the course.

  • Manage an enterprise OpenStack deployment

Manage the undercloud, the overcloud, and related services.

  • Manage internal OpenStack communication

Administer the Keystone identity service and the advanced message queueing protocol (AMQP) messaging service.

  • Build and customize images

Build and customize images.

  • Manage storage

Manage Ceph and Swift storage for OpenStack.

  • Manage resilient compute resources

Add compute nodes, manage shared storage, and perform live instance migration.

  • Manage and troubleshoot


     Manage and troubleshoot virtual network infrastructure.

  • Manage resilient compute resources

Add compute nodes, manage shared storage, and perform live instance migration.

  • Troubleshoot OpenStack issues


     Diagnose and troubleshoot OpenStack issues and services.

  • Monitor cloud metrics for autoscaling

Monitor and analyze cloud metrics for use in orchestration autoscaling.

  • Orchestrate deployments

Deploy Heat stacks that automatically scale.