Red Hat Openstack Administration II (CL210) is designed for system administrators who intend to implement a cloud-computing environment using openstack.
Expand compute ndoes on the overcloud,
Troubleshoot individual services as well as Openstack holistically,
Manage the migration of live instances,
Create templates and configure autoscaling of stacks.
Students will learn how to configure,use and maintain Red Hat Openstack Platform, The focus of this course is managing Openstack using the unified command-line interface,managing instances,and maintaining an enterprise deployment of openstack, Exam competencies covered in the course include:expand compute nodes on Red Hat Openstack Platform using the undercloud (Red Hat Openstack Platform director);manage images,networking,object storage, and block stoarge;provide orchestration and autoscaling (scale-out and scale-in); and build a customized image.
Base experince with system administration on windows,UNIX,or Linux operating systems,
Red Hat Certified System Administrator(RHCSA in RHEL),
Red Hat Openstack Administration I(CL110)course or equivalent experience.
Describing Undercloud and Overcloud Architecture,
Describing Undercloud and Overcloud Architecture.
Describing the Identity Service Architecture,
Administering the Service Catalog,
Managing Message Brokering,
Describing Image Formats,
Building an Image,
Customizing an Image.
Describing Storage Options,
Configuring Ceph Storage,
Managing Object Sorage.
Managing SDN Segments and Subnets,
Tracing Multitenancy Network Flows,
Troubleshooting Network Issues.
Configuring an Overcloud Deployment,
Sacling Compute Nodes,
Migrating Instances using Block Storage.
Troubleshooting Compute Nodes,
Troubleshooting Authentication and Messaging.
Describing Openstack Telemetry Architecture,
Analyzing Cloud Metrics for Autoscaling.
Describing Orchestration Architecture,
Writing Heat Orchestration Templates,
Configuring Stack Autoscaling.
This course is intended to develop the skills needed to manage a private cloud.A private cloud can reduce costs through fine-grained resource control,simplifying regulatory compliance and permitting easier integration with legacy systems.