OpenStackis a free and open-source software platform for cloud computing, mostly deployed as an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS). This revolutionary platform addresses the need of organizations to have flexible and automated resource provisioning and orchestration devices. As the market share for OpenStack keeps increasing (expected to reach 5.38 billion U.S dollars by 2020) the demand for OpenStack qualified engineers and developers is hitting the roof, with the average salary being $136K according to Indeed.com.
KnowledgeHut brings you the perfect opportunity to enhance your career and earning opportunities by learning the ropes of OpenStack and how to operate the OpenStack environment. This advanced course will teach you how to deploy a Multi-Node OpenStack Cloud in the Ubuntu server. The course starts off with re-visiting the OpenStack fundamentals and looking at the OpenStack services such as Swift, Nova, Glance, Keystone, and others. Through in-depth practical and hands on exercises you will learn to build a private cloud by deploying 3 nodes (Controller node, Network node and KVM node) with Ubuntu in distributed mode. You will also learn to showcase Proof of concept of OpenStack and run cloud at scale.
On successful completion of the course, you will receive a Course Completion Certificate from KnowledgeHut.
Module 1.1 : OpenStack Releases
Module 1.2 : OpenStack Project Overview Part-1
Module 1.3 : Openstack-project-overview-Part-2
Module 1.4 : Role-of-OpenStack-Projects
Module 2.1 : System Requirements
Module 2.2 : OpenStack Multi Node Architecture
Module 2.3 : Create VM and install Ubuntu server
Module 2.4 : Create OVF of Ubuntu Server
Module 2.5 : Deploy OVF
Module 3.1 : Prepare Controller Node
Module 3.2 : Prepare Network Node
Module 3.3 : Prepare Compute Node
Module 4.1 : Prepare networking on Controller Node
Module 4.2 : Prepare Networking on Network Node
Module 4.3 : Prepare Networking Compute Node
Module 4.4 : Verify your node communication
Module 4.5 : NTP and Sysctl.conf
Module 4.6 : Where are we in the lab
Module 5.1 : MySQL -Server Overview
Module 5.2 : Role of MySQL DB in OpenStack
Module 5.3 : Install and configure MySQL-Server
Module 5.6 : Where are we in the lab
Module 6.1 : RabbitMQ-Server Overview
Module 6.2 : Role of RabbitMQ Server in OpenStack
Module 6.3 : Install and Configure RabbitMQ-Server
Module 6.4 : Where are we in the lab
Module 7.1 : Keystone - An Overview
Module 7.2 : Role of Keystone in OpenStack
Module 7.3 : Keystone - Terms and terminologies
Module 7.4 : Install and Configure Keystone
Module 7.5 : Create Projects, Users, Service, Endpoints Roles
Module 7.7 : Where are we in the lab
Module 8.1 : Horizon an overview
Module 8.2 : Install and configure Horizon dashboard
Module 8.3: Where are we in the lab
Module 9.1 : Glance and its Role in OpenStack
Module 9.3 : Create Glance service user and endpoint
Module 9.4 : Install and Configure Glance
Module 9.5: Glance CLI , verify operation and Manage Images ( add,update,remove)
Module 9.7 : Where are we in the lab
Module 10.1 : Nova and its Role in OpenStack
Module 10.2 : Nova Components
Module 10.4 : Create Nova service, user and endpoint
Module 10.5 : Install and Configure Nova on Controller
Module 10.6 : Where are we in the lab
Module 11.1 : Install and configure KVM and Libvirt
Module 11.2 : Install and Configure Nova-compute
Module 11.3 : Where are we in the lab
Module 12.1 : OpenvSwitch - An Overview
Module 12.2 : OpenvSwitch Components
Module 12.3 : Role of OpenvSwitch in OpenStack
Module 12.5 : Install and configure OpenvSwitch on Neutron Node
Module 12.6: Install and configure OpenvSwitch on Compute Node
Module 12.7 : Where are we in the lab
Module 13.1 : Neutron and its Role in OpenStack
Module 13.2 : Create Neutron user,service and endpoints
Module 13.3 : Install and configure Neutron server
Module 13.4 : Where are we in the lab
Module 14.1 : Overview of neutron agents and their roles
Module 14.2 : Configure neutron DHCP,L3 and metadata agent
Module 14.3 : Configure OpenvSwitch agent
Module 14.4 : Where are we in the lab
Module 15.1 : Install and configure OpenvSwitch agent
Module 15.2 : OpenvSwitch peering and Tunnelling
Module 15.3 : Where are we in the lab
Module 16.1 : OpenStack Dashboard overview
Module 16.2 : create a tenant and user
Module 16.3 : Manage compute quotas
Module 16.4 : Manage flavors
17.1 Verify operation of network service
17.2 Manage project security group rules
17.3 Manage network quotas
17.4 Create project networks
17.5 Create project routers
17.6 Create external networks
Module 18.1 : Manage Nova user keypairs
Module 18.2 : Launch a new instance
Module 18.3: Assign security group to Instance
Module 18.4 : Assign, Attach and detach a floating IP address to Instance
Module 18.5 : Access an Instance using a keypair
Module 18.8 : Manage instance snapshots
Module 18.9 : Launch instance using snapshot
Module 19.1 : Cinder and its role in OpenStack
Module 19.2 : cinder Components
Module 19.3: Create cinder service, user and endpoint
Module 19.4 : Install and Configure cinder
Module 19.5 : Create volume group for block storage
Module 19.6 : Set up storage pools
Module 19.7: Manage volumes quotas
Module 19.8 : Create a new Block Storage Volume and mount it to a Nova Instance
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Participants should ideally have completed OpenStack Single Node KVM training prior to attending this training.
OpenStack is revolutionizing the way the cloud operates providing a set of APIs and immediately available flexible resources that help automate resources and build next generation data centres. It is open source and a huge amount of resources are available. Moreover according to LinkedIn the cloud management for OpenStack is expected to grow at a CAGR of 30.49% by 2020. This workshop is a huge opportunity for developers to get into a technology that has such bright prospects.
On successful completion of the course, you will receive a Course Completion Certificate from KnowledgeHut institute with Credits (1 credit per hour of training).
Any registration cancelled within 48 hours of the initial registration will be refunded in FULL (please note that all cancellations will incur a 5% deduction in the refunded amount due to transactional costs applicable while refunding) Refunds will be processed within 30 days of receipt of written request for refund. Kindly go through our Refund Policy for more details: http://www.knowledgehut.com/refund
Virtual and face-to-face classes are held on both weekdays and weekends. You can check available schedules and choose the batch timings which are convenient for you. If you are in a time crunch, virtual classes may work better for you.
Your instructor-led live virtual classes will be held online, and you have the flexibility of attending from anywhere. All you need is a windows computer with good internet connection to attend your classes online. A headset with microphone is recommended.
You may also attend these classes from your smart phone or tablet.
Your instructors are OpenStack experts who have years of industry experience.