Openstack Private Cloud Administration

Questo corso tratta i fondamenti della soluzione cloud IAAS (Infrastruttura come servizio) open source OpenStack, utilizzata per la creazione di cloud privati. Dopo una breve intro di OpenStack, gli studenti impareranno l’architettura di OpenStack. Questo corso introduce in dettaglio i componenti di base come la dashboard della GUI Horizon e la CLI OpenStack.

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Description

Chi dovrebbe partecipare

Developers, SysAdmins, and DevOps wanting to obtain working knowledge about the OpenStack open source cloud system.

Prerequisiti

Basic Linux systems administration, networking, and virtualization.

Distribuzioni supportate

Newton

Contenuti del Corso

  1. INTRODUCTION
    1. Overview
    2. Core Projects
    3. Core Project – Nova
    4. Core Project – Neutron
    5. Core Project – Glance, Cinder
    6. Core Project – Ceilometer
    7. Core Project – Heat
    8. Core Project – Swift
    9. OpenStack Architecture
    10. Virtual Machine Provisioning Walk Through

    LAB EXERCISES

    1. Understanding the classroom environment
    2. Perform initial health check
    3. Test instance creation
  2. CONTROLLER NODE
    1. Overview Horizon and OpenStack
    2. Keystone Architecture
    3. Keystone workflow (simplified)
    4. Keystone Services
    5. Keystone backends
    6. Keystone v3 – domains/groups
    7. Keystone – User/tenant maintenance
    8. Keystone – service catalog
    9. Service APIs + keystone
    10. Troubleshooting Keystone – Cases
    11. Openstack messaging – AMQP
    12. OpenStack Messaging and Queues
    13. Messaging example with Oslo-RPC
    14. Message Queue Configuration
    15. Troubleshooting RabbitMQ – Service
    16. Message Queue Configuration
    17. Image Management
    18. Glance overview
    19. Glance CLI overview
    20. Troubleshooting Glance – Cases

    LAB EXERCISES

    1. Keystone
    2. Glance
  3. CINDER
    1. Block Storage
    2. Volume creation flow
    3. Volume operations
    4. Cinder CLI – create
    5. Cinder CLI – extend
    6. Cinder CLI – snapshot
    7. Cinder CLI – backup/restore
    8. Cinder – encrypted volumes
    9. Encrypted volumes – CLI
    10. Cinder quotas
    11. Troubleshooting Cinder – Cases
    12. Considerations for block storage

    LAB EXERCISES

    1. Create volume
    2. Attach volume to an instance
    3. Extend a volume
    4. Using snapshot
    5. GlusterFS as backend for Cinder (optional)
  4. COMPUTE NODE
    1. Linux virtualization basics
    2. Hypervisors, KVM, Linux bridges
    3. VM Placement
    4. VM provisioning in-depth
    5. Instance management
    6. Nova CLI overview
    7. Boot/Terminate Instance
    8. Attach volume to instance

    LAB EXERCISES

    1. Setup
    2. VM placement
    3. Instance post configuration
    4. Image customization
    5. Migration (optional)
  5. NETWORK NODE
    1. Networking in OpenStack
    2. OpenStack Networking Concepts
    3. Nova-network vs. Neutron
    4. Neutron architecture and plugins
    5. OpenVSwitch concepts
    6. Neutron agents
    7. Network management
    8. Neutron CLI overview
    9. Manage networks
    10. Manage subnets
    11. Manager routers
    12. Manage ports
    13. Manage floating IPs

    LAB EXERCISES

    1. Neutron CLI
    2. Working with security groups
    3. Debugging data flows
    4. Manage network as a tenant
    5. Create Neutron load-balancer (optional)
  6. CEILOMETER
    1. Ceilometer background and use cases
    2. Ceilometer architecture
    3. Ceilometer meters and pipelines
    4. Ceilometer deployment

    LAB EXERCISES

    1. Ceilometer health check
    2. Start instance
    3. Check VM with ceilometer
    4. Alarm setup
  7. HEAT
    1. Heat Overview
    2. Architecture
    3. AWS CloudFormation template format
    4. Heat services
    5. heat-api
    6. heat-cfn-api
    7. heat-engine
    8. Configuring Heat
    9. Configuring images for use with Heat
    10. Creating a stack

    LAB EXERCISES

    1. Basic static template
    2. Template using input parameters and environment
    3. Nested templates
    4. Template with auto-scaling
  8. OBJECT STORAGE SERVICE – SWIFT
    1. Swift Overview
    2. Swift Architecture
    3. Accounts, containers, objects, and rings
    4. Nodes types : auth, proxy, storage
    5. Partitions, zones, replication
    6. Using Swift
    7. Accounts
    8. Creating and managing objects
    9. Object server management
    10. Container server management
    11. Account server management
    12. Proxy server management
    13. Ring management
    14. Large objects

    LAB EXERCISES

    1. Start storage nodes and configure swift
    2. Upload files
    3. Practice ACL and Expiration usage
    4. Swift backend for glance

Additional information

durata

4 giorni

erogazione

Flex, in Aula, On Site, Remoto

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