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EX210: Red Hat OpenStack Training (CL110 & CL210)

In CL110, equips you to operate a secure, scalable RHOSP overcloud with OpenStack integration, enhancing troubleshooting skills. In CL210, gain expertise in scaling and managing Red Hat OpenStack environments, using the OpenStack Client for seamless day-to-day operations of enterprise cloud applications.

Instructor
Instructor
Mr. Krishna Jeevan Upadhyay

Overview of this Training | CL110 & CL210

Red Hat OpenStack Administration I | CL110 Training | KR Network Cloud

The course CL110, Red Hat OpenStack Administration I: Core Operations for Domain Operators, educates you on how to run and maintain a production-ready Red Hat OpenStack Platform (RHOSP) single-site overcloud. The skills that participants will gain include managing security privileges for the deployment of scalable cloud applications and building secure project environments for resource provisioning. Integration of OpenShift with load balancers, identity management, monitoring, proxies, and storage are all covered in the course. Participants will also improve their Day 2 operations and troubleshooting skills. Red Hat OpenStack Platform 16.1 is in keeping with this course.

Red Hat OpenStack Administration II | CL210 Training | KR Network Cloud

The course CL210, Red Hat OpenStack Administration II: Day 2 Operations for Cloud Operators, is designed for service administrators, automation engineers, and cloud operators who manage Red Hat OpenStack Platform hybrid and private cloud environments. Participants in the course will learn how to scale, manage, monitor, and troubleshoot an infrastructure built on the Red Hat OpenStack Platform. The main goal is to set up metrics, policies, and architecture using the OpenStack Client command-line interface so that enterprise cloud applications can be supported and day-to-day operations run smoothly.

Objective

CL110:

Learn to operate and manage a Red Hat OpenStack Platform single-site overcloud, creating secure project environments, managing security privileges, and integrating OpenStack with load balancers, identity management, monitoring, proxies, and storage. Develop troubleshooting and Day 2 operations skills.

CL210:

Gain advanced knowledge in Red Hat OpenStack administration and practical experience with Day 2 operations. Acquire the skills to efficiently administer, troubleshoot, and optimize a Red Hat OpenStack environment through guided exercises, labs, and quizzes. Be well-equipped to manage and enhance Red Hat OpenStack environments in practical settings by the end of the course.

CL110 ( First Book Course Content )

Unit 1 Introduction
  • Red Hat OpenStack Administration I
  • Orientation to the Classroom Environment
  • Controlling Your Systems
  • Internationalization
Unit 2 Introducing Red Hat OpenStack Platform
  • Describing OpenStack Personas
  • Quiz: Describing OpenStack Personas
  • Launching an Instance
  • Guided Exercise: Launching an Instance
  • Describing Red Hat OpenStack Platform Services
  • Guided Exercise: Describing Red Hat OpenStack Platform Services
  • Guided Exercise: Describing Red Hat OpenStack Platform Services
  • Quiz: Describing a Single-site Overcloud Deployment
  • Lab: Introducing Red Hat OpenStack Platform
  • Summary
Unit 3 Managing Application Projects In A Multitenant Cloud
  • Creating a Project Environment for Managing Applications and
    Resources
  • Guided Exercise: Creating a Project Environment for Managing Applications and Resources
  • Providing Cloud User Access to Projects
  • Guided Exercise: Providing Cloud User Access to Projects
  • Configuring Resource Limits in Projects
  • Guided Exercise: Configuring Resource Limits in Projects
  • Lab: Managing Application Projects in a Multitenant Cloud
  • Summary
Unit 4 Managing Red Hat OpenStack Platform Networking
  • Reviewing TCP/IP Fundamentals
  • Quiz: Reviewing TCP/IP Fundamentals
  • Introducing Software-defined Networking
  • Quiz: Introducing Software-defined Networking
  • Implementing Tenant, Provider and External Networks
  • Guided Exercise: Implementing Tenant, Provider, and External Networks
  • Lab: Managing Red Hat OpenStack Platform Networking
  • Summary
Unit 5 Configuring Resources To Launch A Non-public Instance
  • Defining a Virtual Machine by Specifying an Image and a Flavor
  • Guided Exercise: Defining a Virtual Machine by Specifying an Image and a Flavor
  • Creating Project Networks and Subnetworks
  • Guided Exercise: Creating Project Networks and Subnetworks
  • Launching and Verifying a Non-public Instance
  • Guided Exercise: Launching and Verifying a Non-public Instance
  • Lab: Configuring Resources to Launch a Non-public Instance
  • Summary
Unit 6 Configuring Virtual Machine System Disks
  • Configuring Ephemeral Disks
  • Guided Exercise: Configuring Ephemeral Disks
  • Configuring Persistent Disks
  • Guided Exercise: Configuring Persistent Disks
  • Managing Volumes and Snapshots
  • Guided Exercise: Managing Volumes and Snapshots
  • Lab: Configuring Virtual Machine System Disks
  • Summary
Unit 7 Providing Additional Storage Strategies
  • Implementing Object Storage
  • Guided Exercise: Implementing Object Storage
  • Analysing Object Storage Technologies
  • Guided Exercise: Analysing Object Storage Technologies
  • Implementing NFS Shared Storage
  • Guided Exercise: Implementing NFS Shared Storage
  • Lab: Providing Additional Storage Strategies
  • Summary
Unit 8 Configuring Resources To Launch An Instance With Public Access
  • Managing Provider and External Networks
  • Guided Exercise: Managing Provider and External Networks
  • Managing Routers and Floating IPs
  • Guided Exercise: Managing Routers and Floating IPs
  • Managing Secure Instance Access
  • Guided Exercise: Managing Secure Instance Access
  • Launching and Verifying an Instance with Public Access
  • Guided Exercise: Launching and Verifying an Instance with Public Access
  • Lab: Configuring Resources to Launch an Instance with Public Access
  • Summary
Unit 9 Automating Customized Cloud Application Launches
  • Customizing an Instance at Launch with Cloud-init
  • Guided Exercise: Customizing an Instance at Launch with Cloud-init
  • Describing Cloud Application Architecture
  • Quiz: Describing Cloud Application Architecture
  • Launching a Cloud Application Stack
  • Guided Exercise: Launching a Cloud Application Stack
  • Lab: Automating a Customized Cloud Application Launch
  • Summary
Unit 10 Managing Cloud Application Placement
  • Describing Multi-site Overcloud Deployments
  • Quiz: Describing Multi-site Overcloud Deployments
  • Configuring the Placement Service
  • Quiz: Configuring the Placement Service
  • Lab: Managing Cloud Application Placement
  • Summary
Unit 11 Comprehensive Review
  • Comprehensive Review
  • Lab: Configure a Project and Resources
  • Lab: Deploy a 3-Tier Application Stack

CL210 ( Second Book Course Content )

Unit 1 Introduction
  • Introduction
  • Red Hat OpenStack Administration II: Day 2
  • Operations for Cloud Operators
  • Orientation to the Classroom Environment
  • Performing Lab Exercises
  • Internationalization
Unit 2 Introducing Red Hat OpenStack Platform
  • Introducing the Red Hat OpenStack Platform Infrastructure
  • Guided Exercise: Navigating the Red Hat Open Stack Platform Infrastructure
  • Introducing Containerized Services
  • Guided Exercise: Viewing Containerized Service Structures
  • Describing the UnderCloud
  • Guided Exercise: Viewing the UnderCloud Architecture
  • Describing the Overcloud
  • Guided Exercise: Viewing the Overcloud Architecture
  • Lab: Navigating the Red Hat OpenStack
  • Platform Architecture
  • Summary
Unit 3 Operating The OpenStack Control Plane
  • Identifying Control Plane Services and Operation
  • Guided Exercise: Viewing Control Plane Services and Operation
  • Describing Component Communication
  • Guided Exercise: Describing Component Communication
  • Backing up and Restoring the Control Plane
  • Guided Exercise: Backing up and Restoring the Control Plane
  • Lab: Operating the OpenStack Control Plane
  • Summary
Unit 4 Managing Infrastructure Security
  • Managing end-to-end Secure Services 2
  • Quiz: Managing End-to-end Secure Services 6
  • Managing File-based Component Security with AIDE
  • Guided Exercise: Managing File-based Component Security with AIDE
  • Summary
Unit 5 Managing OpenStack User Security
  • Managing an Integrated IdM Back-end Configuration
  • Guided Exercise: Creating an OpenStack Domain for a Client Organization
  • Managing Identity Service Tokens
  • Guided Exercise: Managing Identity Service Tokens
  • Managing Project Organization
  • Guided Exercise: Managing Project Organization
  • Customizing User Roles
  • Guided Exercise: Customizing User Roles
  • Lab: Managing OpenStack User Security
  • Summary
Unit 6 Managing Application Deployment Resources
  • Comparing Image Formats
  • Quiz: Comparing Image Formats
  • Building Customized Images
  • Guided Exercise: Building Customized Images
  • Customizing Images
  • Guided Exercise: Customizing Images
  • Initializing an Instance During Deployment
  • Guided Exercise: Initializing an Instance During Deployment
  • Lab: Managing Application Deployment Resources
  • Summary
Unit 7 Managing Storage In Red Hat OpenStack Platform
  • Implementing Block Storage
  • Guided Exercise: Implementing Block Storage
  • Comparing Object Stores
  • Guided Exercise: Comparing Object Stores
  • Managing Shared File Systems
  • Guided Exercise: Managing Shared File Systems
  • Managing Ephemeral and Persistent Storage
  • Guided Exercise: Managing Ephemeral and Persistent Storage
  • Lab: Managing Storage in Red Hat OpenStack Platform
  • Summary
Unit 8 Managing OpenStack Networking
  • Describing Network Protocol Types
  • Guided Exercise: Configuring Provider Networks
  • Describing Open Virtual Networking Implementation
  • Guided Exercise: Implementing Open Virtual Networking
  • Open Virtual Networking Services
  • Guided Exercise: Open Virtual Networking Services
  • Lab: Managing OpenStack Networking
  • Summary
Unit 9 Managing Compute Node Operations
  • Describing the Instance Launch Process
  • Guided Exercise: Describing the Instance Launch Process
  • Introducing Red Hat Hyperconverged Infrastructure
  • Guided Exercise: Launching to a Hyperconverged Compute Node
  • Administering Compute Nodes
  • Guided Exercise: Administering Compute Nodes
  • Lab: Managing Compute Node Operations
  • Summary
Unit 10 Monitoring OpenStack Operations
  • Implementing the Service Telemetry Framework
  • Summary
Unit 11 Automating Cloud Applications
  • Managing Cloud-scale Application Deployment
  • Quiz: Managing Cloud-scale Application Deployment
  • Writing Heat Orchestration Templates
  • Guided Exercise: Writing Heat Orchestration Templates
  • Deploying Applications Using Ansible
  • Guided Exercise: Deploying Applications Using Ansible
  • Lab: Automating Cloud Applications
  • Summary
Unit 12 Troubleshooting OpenStack Operations
  • Diagnosing OpenStack Issues
  • Guided Exercise: Diagnosing OpenStack Issues
  • Troubleshooting Common Core Issues
  • Guided Exercise: Troubleshooting Common Core Issues
  • Lab: Troubleshooting OpenStack Operations
  • Summary
Unit 13 Comprehensive Review
  • Comprehensive Review
  • Lab: Building a Custom Image
  • Lab: Managing Project Organization
  • Lab: Launching an Application Stack

Why Learn CL110 & CL210?

Students enrolled in CL110, Red Hat OpenStack Administration I: Core Operations for Domain Operators, will focus on carrying out both standard and customized tasks that are essential for managing an OpenStack overcloud production domain. The course will give students the skills necessary to use both web-based and command-line interfaces to navigate OpenStack. Among the program’s primary competencies are

  • Launching instances to fulfill various use case scenarios.
  • Managing users, quotas, roles, domains, and projects in a multitenant environment.
  • Managing IP addresses that are floating, subnets, routers, and networks.
  • Improving instance security with access keys and group rules.
  • Block, object, and shared storage creation and management inside the OpenStack framework.
  • Customizing cloud-init instance launches.
  • Utilizing stack templates to implement the deployment of scalable applications.
  • Convey Red Hat OpenStack Platform utilizing RHOSP chief.

Audience for this course

This course is designed for Linux system administrators,  Cloud administrators, Cloud users, and cloud operators who are involved in the deployment of application instances and stacks, domain operators who oversee resource and security management for cloud users, and other cloud domain staff who are either accountable for or interested in managing applications on private or hybrid OpenStack clouds.

Requirements for this course

  • Obtain the Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) credential or demonstrate a comparable level of experience.
  • You can take a skill assessment to find out how proficient you are if you haven’t earned your RHCSA.

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