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☑ OpenStack Cloud Components
☑ Deploy OpenStack on 5-Nodes
☑ Managing VM’s with OpenStack Compute
☑ Distributed Cloud Storage Object Storage with Swift
☑ OpenStack Cloud Orchestration, Monitoring and Metering
☑ Operate your openstack cluster from dashboard
☑ Operate your openstack cluster from CLI
☑ In depth understanding of object and block storage options
☑ Cloud computing background
Linux Foundation ranked OpenStack® as the most popular open source project.
It's market is projected to grow at 30+ percent in the upcoming several years.
Openstack is gaining more and more attraction in private cloud market and also serves as the foundation for public clouds. Organizations throughout the world have aggressive.
OpenStack adoption plans, but they list IT skills as their #1 challenge to getting started.
This course has been designed for IT professionals seeking to develop a solid understanding of OpenStack and it's core services. It will help any IT professional or manager who want to find out if OpenStack is the right solution to meet the needs of their organization.
I will teach you how to setup a "multinode" OpenStack cluster using the KVM.
After this, you can practice hands-on, at your own pace, by building out several real-world lab scenarios.
The points below will be addressed:
• The basic configuration of the physical server as well as its virtualization with KVM then
the deployment of the virtual nodes (Compute, Controller, BlockStorage, ObjectStorage).
We will have a multi-node architecture.
Manual deployment and configuration of OpenStack services:
Keystone, Glance, Placement, Neutron, Nova, Horizon, Cinder, Swift, Ceilometer, Heat.
The deployment of an instance that will be accessible from the Internet.
IaaS public (Internet) access.
The simulation of a client who will connect from the Internet to the IaaS and create its own VMs.
Architecture HLD LLD
Order physical server online
Additional subnet request
Server security and SSH passwordless
Server virtualization with KVM
vSwitch and Nodes (controller, compute, object, block) creation
Host networking, NTP, Additional virtual hard drive
OpenStack installation IAAS
Openstack Prerequisites packages
Identity service - Keystone
Image service – Glance
Placement service – Placement
Compute service – Nova
Networking service - Neutron
Dashboard – Horizon
Block Storage service – Cinder
Networks and instances creation
Router and external network
Acces Instance with key pair and floating IP
Access from internet to platform
OpenStack installation IAAS+
Object storage service - Swift
Orchestration service - Heat
Data collection service - Ceilometer
Alarming service - Aoh