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High Availability For Red Hat Enterprise Linux Openstack Platform (Cl332)

In this course, you will delve deeper into the high-availability features and tools than our Red Hat® OpenStack Administration (CL210) course. 

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Course Description

This course uses the top open source clustering and high-availability solutions on the market and provides a comprehensive plan to connect them with Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform. Students will implement each of the services in a highly available manner and test failover scenarios. Students will use Pacemaker, Corosync, CMAN tools, and HAProxy to implement cluster and other high-availability tools. 

About this course

What You'll Learn

  • High-availability basic concepts 
  • Comprehensive plan for a highly available cloud 
  • Cluster a Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform environment using high-availability designs and implementations 
  • Validation of the highly available cloud 
  • MariaDB Galera cluster for Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform database 
  • GlusterFS for Glance and Cinder 

Who Needs to Attend

  • Linux system administrators and cloud administrators interested in, or responsible for, maintaining a private cloud 
  • RHCSA certification or requisite level of knowledge is highly recommended 

Course Outline

  • Introduction to high availability 
  • Define how high availability can secure and improve Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform services 
  • Deploying a high-availability cluster 
  • Configure Pacemaker, Corosync and HAProxy for the OpenStack API services 
  • Configure Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform services 
  • Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform and configure the API services 
  • Implement an active-passive MySQL cluster 
  • Connect the MySQL database with the highly available architecture 
  • Implement an active-active Qpid broker 
  • Set up and run a pool of message brokers to improve availability and reliability 
  • Testing the environment 
  • Run a unit test protocol for every service, and review and validate the high-availability services 
  • Running failure scenarios 
  • Fail various services and test high availability 
  • Implement an even more highly available cloud 
  • Explore innovative ways to secure your cloud data using top open source clustering solutions like MariaDB Galera and GlusterFS, a Red Hat community storage project 

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