OS300: OpenStack Bootcamp III
Jul 25Tue 09:00 AM - Thu 05:00 PM Austin Mirantis OS300-004
- $2,395.00 incl. Tax
Jul 25Tue 09:00 AM CDT - Thu 05:00 PM CDT Online Mirantis OS300-005
- $2,395.00 incl. Tax
OpenStack Bootcamp III (OS300) is a 3 day instructor-led training for administrators, deployment engineers, or other IT team members responsible for the deployment, configuration, and maintenance of OpenStack.
This course requires students to be very familiar with the command line and have already taken the OS100 or OS110 courses. The course is broken up into two sections: lectures and labs.
The lectures provide an OpenStack recap, an overview of most common OpenStack HA architectures, details of Fuel, Neutron, and Ceph. Additionally, the lectures provide an introduction to Murano and Sahara.
The labs provide hands-on experience through the automated deployment of multi-node highly available OpenStack from scratch. Students will also learn how to extend Fuel through specialized labs by developing a custom Fuel plugin. Over the length of the course, students will also use Murano to deploy an application from the OpenStack Application Catalog and utilize Sahara to deploy a Hadoop cluster on the top of OpenStack.
Upon completion of this course, you will have an understanding of how to deploy a highly available production grade OpenStack cloud.
Audience & Prerequisites
Administrators, deployment engineers or other IT team members responsible for the deployment, configuration, and maintenance of OpenStack. The OS300 provides lectures on OpenStack HA architectures, details of Fuel, Neutron and Ceph. Labs provide hands-on experience through the automated deployment of multi-node highly available OpenStack from scratch. A strong proficiency using Linux command line, virtualization concepts, networking concepts and basic OpenStack knowledge (OpenStack Bootcamp OS100 or equivalent)
Objectives and Outline
- Different deployments modes for OpenStack services
- Different deployments modes for OpenStack services in a multi-node cloud
- Different architectures of highly available (HA) OpenStack cloud
- Ceph concepts, features, and how it fits with OpenStack
- OpenStack Networking concepts and features
- How to use OpenStack Fuel to deploy a highly available OpenStack cloud from scratch
- Use OpenStack Murano and Application Catalog to deploy applications on the top of OpenStack
- Use OpenStack Sahara to deploy and manage a data-intensive application cluster (Hadoop or Spark) on top of OpenStack
- Use the existing Fuel plugins and implement custom plugins to extend Fuel
Please review our syllabus for the course objectives and outline.
To access our cloud hosted lab environment, student will need a laptop computer with a ssh client and a web browser.
- Presentations and Workbooks provided by Instructor
- Access to Cloud based labs for duration of class
- Certificate of Completion