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  • Course objectives
  • Audience
  • Course Agenda – by day
  • Defining Cloud Computing
  • Openstack Overview
    • Functionality
    • Benefits
    • Organizational structure
    • Release History
    • Documentation
    • HPE and the cloud
    • HPE history in open source
    • HPE cloud service portfolio
    • HPE Helion-related products
    • HPE and OpenStack
  • OpenStack Architecture
    • Openstack Projects
    • Conceptual Architecture
    • Inter-Service Communications
    • High-level architecture
    • OpenStack Big Tent and Core Services
    • OpenStack Project Adoption, Maturity, Age
  • OpenStack Service APIs
    • Intercommunication between OpenStack Services
    • OpenStack Service API Versioning
    • REST API Microversion Support
    • API Reference Materials
  • OpenStack Installation and Configuration
    • Configuration Options
    • Primary types of OpenStack installations
    • Development Environment
    • DevStack
    • Scripted installation process
    • Manually installing an OpenStack sandbox
    • OpenStack Installation and Configuration documentation 
  • Lab Exercises
  • Overview of OpenStack Management Tools
    • OpenStack RESTful API (Application Programming Interface)  Access Methods 
    • REST Client Browser-Based UI Plug-ins
    • Using cURL for OpenStack API Requests
    • OpenStack CLI client
    • OpenStackClient (aka OSC)
    • OpenStack Horizon (dashboard)
    • Using Python to invoke an OpenStack API
  • Lab Exercises
    • Exploring OpenStack CLI commands
    • Using a REST client browser plugin to generate API requests to OpenStack Services
    • Using cURL to send request to OpenStack through an API –
    • Managing OpenStack from the Horizon GUI
  • OpenStack Keystone (identity) Overview
    • Keystone Functionality
    • Keystone API Version States
    • as of the Newton Release
    • Keystone identity and service management
    • Keystone use cases
    • Keystone Identity (Authentication/Authorization) Process
    • Keystone Identity-related objects
    • Keystone Identity-related object Relationships
    • Hierarchal multitenancy
    • Additional Keystone terminology
    • Keystone Support for Federated Identity
    • Keystone-specific Reference Resources 
  • Identity service architecture
    • Internal components of the Identity service
    • Keystone backend services
  • Common Keystone management tasks
    • Managing projects with the CLI client
    • Managing users with the CLI client
    • Creating a role, project, user, and adding project user to role
    • Managing the service catalog with the CLI client
    • Keystone Identity in the Horizon UI
    • Setting user policies in OpenStack
    • Keystone configuration files
  • Keystone Troubleshooting
  • Lab Exercises
    • Keynote Identity Functionality
    • Horizon (Dashboard) Identity Functionality
    • OpenStack Service Catalog and API Access
    • Identity API v3
  • Glance Overview
    • Glance Functionality
    • Example Glance Use Case
    • Glance API version States
    • as of the Newton Release
    • Glance architecture
    • Glance-supported backend stores 
    • Glance disk and container formats
  • Glance images
    • Pre-built images for OpenStack
    • Custom OpenStack images
    • Handling custom Glance images
    • Cloud-init
    • Public tools for image creation
  • Common Glance management tasks
    • Glance-related configuration files
    • Common Glance-related CLI commands
    • Using the CLI to load an image in Glance
    • Image caching
    • Glance operations using Horizon
  • Troubleshooting Glance
  • Lab Exercises
    • Glance from the CLI
    • Creating a Glance Image from the Horizon UI
  • Virtual Networking Concepts
    • Hosting Device Virtual Machines, and Bare Metal Machines
    • Virtual L2 (Layer 2) Switch
    • VLANs (Virtual Local Area Network)
    • 2. Virtual Overlay Networks
  • Floating IP Address
  • Virtual Networking Terminology
  • Neutron Overview
    • Nova Networking vs Neutron
    • Comparing the Nova networking function to Neutron
    • OpenStack Neutron - Enterprise-class NaaS (Networking as a Service)
    • Neutron Features and Functions
    • Neutron Concepts
    • Neutron API version States
    • as of the Newton Release
    • Neutron API Network Resources
    • Neutron Networking Terminology
  • 4. Neutron Architecture
    • Neutron components
    • OpenStack Nodes with Neutron Components
    • OpenStack Node Networks
    • Network Topologies
    • Single Flat and Private Network
    • Neutron Topology
    • Using routers to separate Project Networks
    • Neutron Virtual Networks
    • Example Neutron GRE Overlay Network
    • Neutron DVR (Distributed Virtual Router)
    • Neutron L3 in HA Configuration
    • 5. Common Neutron Management Tasks
    • Common CLI management tasks
    • Neutron in Horizon
    • Network Topology
    • Neutron in Horizon
    • Networks & Routers
  • Troubleshooting Neutron
  • Lab Exercises
    • Using the CLI to view the current network parameters
    • Using the Horizon UI to view the network parameters for the demo project
    • Using the Horizon UI to create and configure a simple flat network
  • Nova Overview
    • Nova Features and Functions
    • Nova Design Guidelines
    • Nova (Compute) API version States
    • as of the Newton Release
    • API Microversioning
    • Common Nova terminology
  • Nova architecture
    • Nova System Architecture
    • Nova supported hypervisors
    • VM Instance creation proces 
  • Compartmentalizing OpenStack Deployments
    • Segregating a cloud implementation
    • Regions, Availability Zones, and Ho
    • Cells
    • API Cell, Child Cells, Grandchild Cellsst Aggregates
    • Example regional architecture
    • Managing Security Groups from the Horizon UI
    • Assigning a Floating IP Address to an Instance
    • Connecting to an instance 
    • Managing Instances from the Horizon UI
    • 4. Nova Scheduler
    • Nova Scheduler overview
    • nova-scheduler scheduling algorithms
    • Filter Scheduler
    • Filters and Weights
    • Default nova-scheduler configuration
    • nova-scheduler filters
    • nova-scheduler weights
  • Nova Maintenance
    • Planned compute node maintenance
    • Inspecting and recovering data from failed instances
  • Nova Troubleshooting
  • Cinder Overview
    • OpenStack storage overview
    • Comparison between the OpenStack storage technologies
    • OpenStack block storage (Cinder)
    • Block Storage Use Cases
    • Cinder Storage Terms
    • OpenStack Block Storage (aka Cinder) Drivers
    • Block Storage (Cinder) API version States
    • as of the Newton Release
  • Cinder architecture
    • Cinder Architectural Components
    • Cinder Volume Creation Workflow
  • Common Cinder Management Tasks
    • Viewing the status of cinder services
    • Creating volumes
    • Attach a volume to an existing instance
    • Cinder snapshots and backups
    • Creating consistent snapshots
    • Snapshot operations
    • Creating a bootable volume
    • Cinder types
    • Cinder Volumes in the Horizon UI
  • Troubleshooting Cinder
  • Lab Exercises
    • Creating a Stack Volume from the CLI
    • Creating a bootable Cinder volume
    • Using Horizon to manage Cinder Volumes
  •  Swift Overview
    • Object Storage
    • Swift Functions & Features 
    • Swift account, container, and object features
    • Object Storage (Swift) API version States
    • as of the Newton Release
  • Swift Architecture
    • Swift Architectural Components
    • Swift Ring
    • Modified Consistent Hashing Ring
    • Swift Ring Partition
    • Example Swift Ring lookup
    • Swift Object Addressing
    • Swift regions and zones
    • Swift Storage Policies
    • Swift Consistency Processes
    • Example Object PUT Request Flow
    • Example Object GET Request Flow
    • Adding storage in a ring
  • Common Swift Management tasks
    • CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations
    • Example API PUT of an object
    • Swift from the Horizon UI
    • Troubleshooting Swift
  • 4. Lab Exercises
    • Using the OpenStack Object Storage Service
    • Exercise 2: Exploring the Swift Configuration
    • Exercise 3: Examine Glance Images Stored in Swift
  • Heat Overview
    • Heat Functionality
    • Heat terminology
    • Heat components
    • How a Heat template works
    • HOT (Heat Orchestration Template)
    • Heat template components
    • Example Heat template format
    • Heat stack
    • Orchestration (Heat) API version States
    • as of the Newton Release
  • Common Heat management tasks
    • Obtaining values required for the Heat template
    • Launching a stack from the command line
    • Viewing Stack Details from the CLI
    • Launching a stack from the Horizon UI
    • Viewing Stack Details from the Horizon UI
  • Troubleshooting Heat
  • Lab Exercises
    • Configuring OpenStack for Heat
    • Heat basic template example
    • Viewing the status of Stack from Horizon
    • Template Input Parameters
    • Improving Templates
    • Providing parameters to heat command line 
    • Providing template outputs
    • Complex Template Deployment
    • Cleanup
  • Ceilometer Overview
    • Ceilometer Functionality
    • Common Ceilometer Use Cases
    • Ceilometer metering
    • Ceilometer Terminology
    • Telemetry (Ceilometer) API version States
    • as of the Newton Release
  • Ceilometer Architecture
    • Ceilometer Architectural Components
    • Processing the Ceilometer data
    • Ceilometer Data Collection
    • Transforming the Ceilometer Data
    • Publishing the Ceilometer Data
    • Storing the Ceilometer Data
    • Ceilometer alarms (Aodh)
    • 3. Common Ceilometer management tasks
    • 4. Ceilometer Troubleshooting
  • Lab Exercises
    • Ceilometer Overview
  • CloudKitty (Charing and Billing service)
  • Barbican (Key Management)
  • Designate (DNS-as-a-Service)
  • Freezer (Backup a s a Service)
  • Fuel (Environment provisioning service)
  • Ironic (Bare metal provisioning)
  • Magnum (Container virtualization)
  • Manila (Shared File System)
  • Sahara (Data Processing)
  • Trove (Database-as-a-Service)
  • Zaqar (Multi-project cloud messaging)
  • OpenStack Deployment Considerations 
  • HPE Cloud Offerings

This three-day course assists administrators and users to configure, manage, and use the OpenStack® cloud services platform. An architectural overview ensures understanding of various OpenStack® projects and their functions. Hands-on labs provide configuration and operation experience with major aspects of the OpenStack® environment. Course content and labs are based on the OpenStack Newton release.

For who?

System Administrators, engineers and consultants who will plan and manage OpenStack-based environments.


HPE recommends that students have attained the following credentials or levels of experience before taking this course:

  • Completion of Linux Fundamentals (U8583S)
  • Completion of Linux for Unix Administrators (U2794S)
  • Cloud Computing Overview WBT (HK917AAE)

Provide the information and; through labs, the experience necessary for the student to be able to:

  • Describe the primary purpose of OpenStack
  • Describe the major features of OpenStack • Discuss how HPE is involved in the OpenStack project
  • List the primary components of the OpenStack architecture and their function
  • Describe what the core services of OpenStack are and what is meant by OpenStack’s big tent
  • Access the OpenStack endpoint services from the CLI, a REST client, the cURL, and the dashboard UI

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