CL110: Red Hat OpenStack Administration I
Red Hat OpenStack Administration I (CL110) is designed for system administrators who are intending to implement a cloud computing environment using Red Hat OpenStack Platform. This course is based on Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10.This course will teach students to install a proof-of-concept, configure, use, and maintain Red Hat OpenStack Platform. The focus on this course will be managing OpenStack using the Horizon dashboard and the command-line interface and managing instances, leaving students with proof-of-concepts.
- » Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) in Red Hat Enterprise Linux certification or equivalent experience
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- » Launch an instance
- » Manage projects, quotas, and users
- » Manage networks, subnets, routers, and floating IP addresses
- » Create and manage block and object storage in the Openstack framework
- » Customize instances with cloud-init
- » Deploy scalable stacks
- » Deploy Red Hat OpenStack Platform using PackStack
- » Install and configure Red Hat OpenStack Platform (using PackStack)
- » Manage users, projects, flavors, roles, images, networking, and block storage
- » Set quotas
- » Configure images at instantiation
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- Course introduction
- Introduce and review the course.
- Launch an instance
- Launch an instance and describe the OpenStack architecture and use cases.
- Organize people and resources
- Manage projects,users, roles, and quotas.
- Describe cloud computing
- Describe the changes in technology and processes for cloud computing
- Manage Linux networks
- Manage Linux networks and bridges.
- Prepare and deploy an internal instance
- Manage images, flavors, and private networks in preparation for launching an internal instance and launch and verify an internal instance.
- Manage block storage
- Manage ephemeral and persistent block storage.
- Manage object storage
- Manage object storage.
- Prepare and deploy an external instance
- Manage external networks and security in preparation for launching an external instance and launch and verify an external instance.
- Customize instances
- Customize an instance with cloud-init.
- Deploying scalable stacks
- Deploy a stack and configure autoscaling.
- Install OpenStack
- Install an OpenStack proof of concept using Packstack.
- Comprehensive review of Red Hat OpenStack Administration I
- Review tasks in the Red Hat OpenStack Administration I course.
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- Masters Degree in Computer Science from Boston University along with several certifications.
- Over 25 years of experience in the IT field and expert in Unix, GNU/Linux, and Oracle ecosystems.
- More than 10 years working as a Software Engineer in multinational companies such as Hewlett-Packard.
Finnbarr has both breadth and in-depth knowledge of Unix, GNU/Linux, and Oracle with 25+ years of experience in operating system internals development, system administration, application development and project management on a wide variety of hardware and software platforms. As a Software Engineer, he developed and managed numerous projects in multinational companies such as Hewlett-Packard.
Finnbarr is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers as well as a Moderator at unix.com. He is also a top Instructor and Subject Matter Expert at NetCom Learning and is well recognized by the students for his knowledge and his great teaching technique.
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