Red Hat OpenStack Administration I: Core Operations for Domain Operators (CL 110)
The focus of Red Hat OpenStack Administration I: Core Operations for Cloud Operators (CL110) will be managing OpenStack using both the web-based dashboard and the command-line interface, in addition to managing instances and installing a proof-of-concept environment using Red Hat OpenStack Platform (RHOSP) director. Essential skills covered in the course include configuring Red Hat OpenStack Platform (using the director UI); managing users, projects, flavors, roles, images, networking, and block storage; setting quotas; and configuring images at instantiation.
- 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 RHOSP director.
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- Become a Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) or demonstrate equivalent experience.
Target Audience:This course is designed for Linux system administrators, cloud administrators, and cloud operators interested in, or responsible for, maintaining a private or hybrid cloud.
As a result of attending this course, you will understand the architecture of a private or hybrid OpenStack cloud infrastructure and will be able to create, manage, and troubleshoot software-defined network services, resources, servers, and applications for dynamically scalable business environments.
You should also be able to demonstrate these skills:
- Design and implement on-demand projects, software-defined networks, and virtual machine instances.
- Deploy a proof-of-concept OpenStack installation for practice, development, demonstration, and testing, back in your own home or business computing environment.
- Manage software-defined networks such as subnets, routers, floating IP addresses, images, flavors, security groups/rules, and block and object storage.
- Create and customize advanced VM instances as applications, customize on deploy, and create scalable stacks of multiple VM applications.
- Introduce launching 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
- Administer Linux networks and bridges.
- Prepare to deploy an instance with public access
- Manage images, flavors, and private networks in preparation for launching an instance.
- Deploy an instance
- Launch and verify an instance.
- Manage block storage
- Manage ephemeral and persistent block storage.
- Manage object storage
- Administer object storage.
- Prepare to deploy an external instance
- Manage external networks and security in preparation for launching an instance with public access.
- Deploy an instance with public access
- Launch and verify an instance with public access.
- Customize instances
- Customize an instance with cloud-init.
- Deploy scalable stacks
- Deploy a stack and configure autoscaling.
- Install an OpenStack overcloud
- Install an OpenStack proof of concept using the director UI and provisioning service templates.
- Lab: Comprehensive review of CL110
- Review tasks in the Red Hat OpenStack Administration I: Core Operations for Cloud Operators course.