OS320: Advanced OpenStack Deployment
Extensive exploration of OpenStack components, with a focus on installation, configuration, and setup. Do you need to build a private cloud? Maybe you already have. Did you succeed? This course provides a series of lab exercises to implement OpenStack in a private cloud in one day. The content is also suitable for cloud support personnel who want to understand how their OpenStack cloud was built. The course starts with an Ubuntu environment with the stable branch of Rocky code. You perform the necessary steps to install OpenStack components. Typically, this involves installing 1 or more Linux packages (the code), editing 1 or more configuration files, restarting the services and verifying the work done. At the end of the laboratory exercises,
Who should participate
This course is intended for SUSE Linux Enterprise administrators who have worked with previous versions; the main focus is the transition from SLE 12 to SLE 15.
This course is intended for students with prior SUSE Linux Enterprise Server experience equivalent to SLE201 SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 Administration, although intermediate experience with any Linux distribution will suffice.
Objectives of the Course
Participants will be introduced to the following SLE 15 innovations:
- Changes to installation and AutoYaST
- Infrastructure changes, including chrony and firewalld
- Changes to the core Linux kernel, OpenSSL and libstorage
- Developer changes: SDK, GCC7 and scripting languages
- Further changes to the operating system
- Upgrade to SLE 15 from previous versions